Service logistics

Usually when logistics and supply chain management issues are being discussed, the examples that come to mind will often be based around ‘physical’ products. However ‘service’ products have supply chains too and logistics management principles apply just as much in a service context as in the physical world. The published literature, with some notable exceptions, seems to confirm this tendency with much of the focus being on the issues surrounding the production, storage and distribution ...

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