International Logistics 2nd Edition, by Donald F. Wood, Anthony Barone, Paul Murphy and Daniel L. Wardlow presents a coherent perspective on contemporary world logistics from raw materials via production to the customer.
Implementing effective logistics strategies when operating internationally, differs from managing home logistics due to specific elements such as shipping regulations, transportation concerns, and cultural differences. Now in its second edition, the book consists of sections on: the roles of governments and intermediaries, international sourcing, the applying of local trade laws, ocean, air, and surface carriers and systems.
Chapter 3 offers with logistics and transportation in several parts of the world. In contrast with the United States, there are variations in models of measure; worth of time; capital/labor trade-offs; and suitability of Western equipment. Developing nations typically have hard shortages, and use pre-cargo inspections to guard their restricted onerous foreign money supply.
International Logistics 2nd Edition deals with the charter marketplace for bulk ocean carriers and covers both voyage charters and time charters. There’s discussion of the supply of and demand for ships, and the relationship between tramp and liner markets.
Plus, this book has been revised with new information on supply chain management, important updates of U.S. transport rules, new case research, chapter questions, and standardized international terms of sale. The authors have filled a spot within the enterprise logistics arena. It’s suitable text for use in international transportation and logistics courses.
International Logistics [Hardcover]
Donald F. Wood, Anthony Barone, Paul Murphy and Daniel L. Wardlow
AMACOM; 2nd edition (January 15, 2002)
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