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020 _a9780470849170
082 _a658.7
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100 _aGhiani, Gianpaolo
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245 _aIntroduction to logistics systems planning and control
_cGhiani, Gianpaolo
260 _c2004
_bJohn Wiley & Sons
_aHoboken
300 _axxiv, 352 p.
365 _aUSD
_b80.00
440 _aWiley-Interscience series in systems and optimization
_9210293
504 _aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
520 _aLogistics is defined as a business planning framework for the management of material, service, information and capital flows. Logistic systems have received considerable attention in the last 10 years, as they constitute one of the cornerstones in the design and control of production systems and the modeling of supply chains. This renewed interest is partly due to the recognition that well-known planning and control systems such as ‘Manufacturing Resources Planning’ and ‘Just in Time’ systems fail to establish a sound integration of lead time management, capacity planning and quality considerations.
650 _aOperations management
_939759
650 _aPersonnel and industrial relations
_976072
650 _aMaterials management
_939759
650 _aMaterials handling
_9168551
650 _aBusiness logistics
_931821
700 _aLaporte, Gilbert
_9210294
700 _aMusmanno, Roberto
_9210295
942 _cBK
999 _c175560
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