Case Studies in Logistics

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This case study book is structured according to the essential logistics functions. All individual chapters and subsections include learning objectives and key information on the subject. Each case study is divided into a general, explanatory part containing all necessary information, followed by individually numbered questions and tasks. Additional material may be downloaded from
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ISBN-13: 9783834927446
ISBN-10: 3834927449
Pagini: 238
Dimensiuni: 168 x 240 x 23 mm
Greutate: 0.45 kg
Ediția: 2011
Editura: Gabler Verlag
Colecția Gabler Verlag
Locul publicării: Wiesbaden, Germany

Public țintă

Upper undergraduate


Transport systems and transport services
Warehouse management
Logistics network planning
Information technology in logistics
Logistics controlling
The logistics market
Additional material is available at

Notă biografică

Professor Harald Gleißner is director of the Institute for Logistics and program director of Business Administration and Logistics at the Berlin School of Economics and Law.

Professor Klaus Möller is program director of Business Administration/Purchasing and Logistics and directs logistics research projects at the Institute for Applied Research at Pforzheim University.

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„From a practical business standpoint, case studies offer an excellent chance for preparing students of logistics for real-life decisions. With this approach, the book at hand promotes the application of conceptual knowledge and, in doing so, complements the existing standard works in logistics excellently.”
Jürgen Bock, Customer Supply Chain Director, L’Oreal Deutschland GmbH

„This book is a remarkably practice-oriented collection of case studies. The easily understandable case studies are exceptionally matched to modern learning concepts and enable students and those interested in continued learning easier access to logistics issues. Working through these case studies promotes independent problem solving in many logistics topics.’’
Klaus-Dieter Martens, Managing Director Verband Verkehr und Logistik Berlin und Brandenburg e.V. (VVL)


The practical application of logistics methods and instruments