The reduction of planning uncertainty and ineffective time in Supply Chains from a transportation point of view

Gerald Aschauer, Robert Keber, Leonhard Höfler, Friedrich Starkl

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“Just in Time” deliveries through the whole supply chain are seen to be a prerequisite for competitiveness in a globalized world. Traffic congestion and bottlenecks generate sufficient problems which result in negative effects on operating costs, planning of inbound and outbound transportation flows, delivery times etc. Due to these dependencies, organizational measures to reduce congestion or avoid transportation in rush hour periods and the shift to off peak times have to be taken in order to contribute to efficient freight transportation within the supply chain.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInnovative Processes and Solutions in Logistics and SCM
Publication statusPublished - 2010
EventHICL 2010 - Hamburg International Conference of Logistics - Hamburg, Germany
Duration: 2 Sept 20103 Sept 2010


ConferenceHICL 2010 - Hamburg International Conference of Logistics
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  • transport system
  • planning uncertainty
  • delay
  • supply chain

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