Modular logistics - effective distribution

  • Martyna Zdziarska Institute of Logistics and Warehousing in Poznań
Keywords: physical Internet, modular loading units, packaging, supply chain of tomorrow

Abstract

Paper discussed the impact of Physical Internet implementation on the supply chains of tomorrow. Particular attention was paid to the influence of modular units to efficiency of the logistics in distribution pro-cesses. Author presented the potential benefits of using modular formats.

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Published
2019-02-28
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