The world of logistics has considerably changed due to globalization, modern information technology, and especially increasing ecological awareness. Large Supply Chain Management (SCM) systems are developing to global logistic networks. This book reflects major trends of the recent decade in SCM and, additionally, presents ideas and visions for logistic networks of the 21st century. Among the various aspects of SCM, emphasis is placed on reverse logistics: closing the loop of a supply chain by integrating waste materials into logistic management decisions.Using these part compositions, one is enabled to calculate the composition of the assembled scrap types (e.g. apersonal computera). ... The subsequent parts like a picture tubesa (i=10), ahousing partsa (i=16) and acheap circuit boardsa (i=21) are marketed externally. A share ... aTelecommunication switchboardsa (i=5) are all taken and disassembled (j=6, 7) to recover aprecious circuit boardsa (i=20) for sale .
|Title||:||Supply Chain Management and Reverse Logistics|
|Author||:||Harald Dyckhoff, Richard Lackes, Joachim Reese|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-06-05|