Perspectives on EU Transport Guidelines – Evaluation of Purchasing’s Consideration of Outsourcing Transport Route Services to Turkey, a New Gate From the Old Silk Way Route
With the emergence of the new member states to the European Union, the study aims to demonstrate awareness of the attendant challenges of increases in the congestion on railroads and motorways in the connections to the developing markets of the Far East and to the development of the Trans European Networks (TEN). There is growing importance for the purchasing source management function of supplier integration and supplier development to include Turkey – at the intersection of the Asian and European transport corridors and once considered in ancient times as the Silk Way Road – as an alternative route to achieve competitive advantage.
Volume (Year): (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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