The role of decision-making parameters in constructing and re-engineering of distribution networks
In: FIKUSZ 2008 Business Sciences - Symposium for Young Researchers: Proceedings
AbstractDistribution networks have to interconnect the consumption and production sides of the supply chain. Decision making has special parameters according to perspectives related to strategic, tactical and operational levels. Solving the cost vs. response trade-off has led to the construction of different types of distribution networks. On the other hand, the same product could be distributed across different networks - in modern logistics the competition is stronger between the contender supply chains than between the individual products. The identification and analysis of decision-making parameters at all levels are recommended in order to form the best construction and re-engineering strategies for a given distribution network.
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This chapter was published in: László Áron Kóczy (ed.) FIKUSZ 2008 Business Sciences - Symposium for Young Researchers: Proceedings, , pages 55-63, 2008.
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