Reverse Logistics Quantitative Models for Closed-Loop Supply Chains

Reverse logistics concerns the integration of used and obsolete products back into the supply chain as valuable resources. Economic, marketing, and legislative drivers increasingly are leading companies to take back and recover their products after use. The arising product flows pose novel challenge...

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Dekker, Rommert (Editor), Fleischmann, Moritz (Editor), Inderfurth, Karl (Editor), van Wassenhove, Luk N. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Berlin, Heidelberg Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2004, 2004
Edition:1st ed. 2004
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • 1 A Framework for Reverse Logistics
  • 2 Quantitative Models for Reverse Logistics Decision Making
  • 3 Managing Product Returns: The Role of Forecasting
  • 4 Reverse Logistics Network Design
  • 5 Collection and Vehicle Routing Issues in Reverse Logistics
  • 6 Product Returns: Handling and Warehousing Issues
  • 7 Lot Sizing Decisions in Product Recovery Management
  • 8 Stochastic Inventory Control for Product Recovery
  • 9 Managing Dynamic Product Recovery
  • 10 Production Planning for Product Recovery Management
  • 11 Valuation of Inventories in Product Recovery Systems
  • 12 Coordination in Closed-Loop Supply Chains
  • 13 Long-term Analysis of Closed-loop Supply Chains
  • 14 LCA for Evaluating End-of-life Options of Spent Products
  • 15 Models for Eco-eco Closed-loop Supply Chain Optimization
  • 16 ICT Enabling Reverse Logistics
  • Append
  • Notation
  • References