Volume 2, Number 1, June 2010
- Peter Klaus:
Business logistics and logistics engineering: the rocky road to a unified science of logistics.
- Jalel Euchi, Habib Chabchoub:
A hybrid tabu search to solve the heterogeneous fixed fleet vehicle routing problem.
- Frank Weichert, David Fiedler, Jens Hegenberg, Heinrich Müller, Christian Prasse, Moritz Roidl, Michael ten Hompel:
Marker-based tracking in support of RFID controlled material flow systems.
- Xiaohong Liu, Alan C. McKinnon, David B. Grant, Yuanhua Feng:
Sources of competitiveness for logistics service providers: a UK industry perspective.
- Hans-Christian Pfohl, Holger Köhler, David Thomas:
State of the art in supply chain risk management research: empirical and conceptual findings and a roadmap for the implementation in practice.
- Sebastian Meissner:
Controlling just-in-sequence flow-production.
Volume 2, Number 2, September 2010
- Peter Klaus:
Logistics as a science of networks and flows.
- Werner Delfmann, Wilhelm Dangelmaier, Willibald A. Günthner, Peter Klaus, Ludger Overmeyer, Werner Rothengatter, Jürgen Weber, Joachim Zentes:
Towards a science of logistics: cornerstones of a framework of understanding of logistics as an academic discipline.
- Tobias Buer, Giselher Pankratz:
Solving a bi-objective winner determination problem in a transportation procurement auction.
- Michael Drexl, Eric Prescott-Gagnon:
Labelling algorithms for the elementary shortest path problem with resource constraints considering EU drivers' rules.
- Erik Sandberg, Per Åman:
Logistics learning mechanisms and capabilities: towards an understanding of sustainable competitive advantage.
- Katja Windt, Till Becker, Oliver Jeken, Achim Gelessus:
A classification pattern for autonomous control methods in logistics.
Volume 2, Numbers 3-4, December 2010
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