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Title: Beschreibung, Analyse und Bewertung von Instore-Logistikprozessen
Authors: Kotzab, Herbert
Reiner, Gerald
Teller, Christoph
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Keywords: instore-logistics
process simulation
grocery retailing
Issue Date: Nov-2007
Publisher: Gabler Verlag / Springer
Citation: Kotzab H, Reiner G & Teller C (2007) Beschreibung, Analyse und Bewertung von Instore-Logistikprozessen, Zeitschrift fur Betriebswirtschaft, 77 (11), pp. 1135-1158.
Abstract: The logistics processes which occur in a retail outlet are discussed in the literature as retail specific intra-log systems (Instore-Logistics). This paper examines the processes of such a specific intra-log system and suggests a specific process design that allows efficient instore-logistic operations. Therefore, a multi-step analysis approach which measures the efficiency of instore-logistics is applied and, based on a succeeding process analysis, important improvement areas are presented.
Type: Journal Article
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Affiliation: Copenhagen Business School
University of Neuchatel
Marketing and Retail Division

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