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Abbreviations & Acronyms Encountered in Logistics Operations (150 pages)

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This A5 reference book provides a listing of over 6,000 abbreviations and acronyms including multilingual abbreviations. It will prove invaluable for those who need to use abbreviations and acronyms in their everyday work.

How to Select Suppliers of Third-Party Logistics Services (117 pages)

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This monograph provides both buyers and sellers of third-party distribution services with a description of the buying process, including a simple strategic model to determine whether own account or third-party operations are appropriate. The monograph includes an example ITT.

Decision Support Tools for Supply Chain Analysis & Planning (91 pages)

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This colour monograph explains in a logistics content where to find relevant data, how to analyse this data and how to present the results in a meaningful manner in order to obtain a suitable and supportable logistics decision.

How to Prepare an Example Contract for Third-Party Logistics Servicess (113 pages)

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This monograph provides a description of the potential contents in a third-party logistics services contract with notes for guidance on each potential issue. It also includes an example contract with supporting schedules.

How to Manage Inventory Effectively (99 pages)

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This monograph addresses how to manage inventory in order to provide the maximum benefit for both the enterprise and the supply chain as a whole. The topics covered range from basic inventory rules to complex techniques for managing inventory pipelines on a “just-in-time” basis.

How to Prepare a Contract for Third-Party Transport Services (85 pages)

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This monograph provides a description of the potential contents in a third-party transport services agreement, with notes for guidance on issues which may arise. An example contract, together with the support schedules is included.

How to Improve Warehouse Productivity (99 pages)

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This monograph shows a methodology of how to identify, select and undertake warehousing productivity projects with examples of such activities in a number of diverse industries. The text assumes productivity is to be achieved in an existing warehouse environment, but could be used for new warehousing development.

How to Prepare a Contract for Third-Party Warehousing Services (75 pages)

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This monograph provides a description of the potential content in a third-party warehousing services agreement, with notes for guidance on issues which may arise. An example contract, together with the supporting schedules is included.

How to Manage a Logistics Systems Implementation (111 pages)

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This monograph provides buyers of logistics systems with a method of tackling their implementation issues. It takes the form of a stage-by-stage guide to the project management from the point at which a system and supplier have been chosen taking the user through to “Go-Live” and post implementation.

How to Select Logistics Software (107 pages)

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This monograph aims to provide buyers of logistics systems with a method for tackling their selection process. It takes the form of a stage-by-stage guide to the execution of a project starting from the point at which a system is thought to be needed to the system supplier selection. A checklist for systems requirements is included.

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