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Reverse logistics: quantitative models for closed-loop supply chains

Contributor(s): Dekker, Rommert [Editor] | Fleischmann, Moritz [Editor] | Inderfurth, Karl [Editor] | Van Wassenhove, Luk N [Editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Berlin Springer-Berlag 2004Description: viii, 436 p.ISBN: 9783540406969.Subject(s): Business logistics | Waste minimization | Product life cycle | Source reduction (Waste management)DDC classification: 658.78 Summary: Reverse logistics concerns the integration of used and obsolete products back into the supply chain as valuable resources. Economic, marketing, and legislative drivers increasingly are leading companies to take back and recover their products after use. The arising product flows pose novel challenges for supply chain management. This book addresses decision making in reverse logistics. It covers a wide range of aspects, related to distribution, production and inventory management, and supply chain management. For each topic, it highlights key managerial issues in real-life examples and explains which quantitative models are available for addressing them. By treating a broad range of issues in a unified way, the book offers the reader a comprehensive view on the field of reverse logistics. https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783540406969
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Reverse logistics concerns the integration of used and obsolete products back into the supply chain as valuable resources. Economic, marketing, and legislative drivers increasingly are leading companies to take back and recover their products after use. The arising product flows pose novel challenges for supply chain management.
This book addresses decision making in reverse logistics. It covers a wide range of aspects, related to distribution, production and inventory management, and supply chain management. For each topic, it highlights key managerial issues in real-life examples and explains which quantitative models are available for addressing them. By treating a broad range of issues in a unified way, the book offers the reader a comprehensive view on the field of reverse logistics.

https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783540406969

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