ASCE-41375 - ICLEM 2014: System Planning, Supply Chain Management, and Safety


Edited by Jin Zhang, Xiaoqiang Zhang, Ping Yi, and Kun Wang2014 / 1449 pp. / CD-ROM

Proceedings of the 2014 International Conference of Logistics Engineering and Management, held in Shanghai, China, October 9-11, 2014. Sponsored by Southwest Jiaotong University, Shanghai Maritime University, and the Transportation and Development Institute of ASCE 

This collection of 219 selected papers discusses technical, public policy, and managerial issues across the transport and warehousing industry. Changing global economies, rising costs, and resource constraints continue to play a critical role in reforming China’s logistics industry. Recent development programs have presented new challenges and opportunities to China’s logistics industry in structure transformation, mode transfer, and market adjustment.

Topics include: supply chain management and optimization; international and regional logistics; transportation and safety issues; green logistics and emergency logistics; reverse and project logistics; logistics industry economics and finance; risk and safety technology; system planning and optimization; logistics information technology; logistics strategy and industrial policy; smart transportation and logistics; and multimodal transportation.

These papers will be of interest to researchers in the transport, warehousing, freight, and information technology industries.

Stock No. 41375 / ISBN: 9780784413753