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Modeling reverse logistic tasks within closed-loop supply chains: An example from the automotive industry

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  • Zumkeller, Moritz
  • Rentz, Otto

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  • Schultmann, Frank & Zumkeller, Moritz & Rentz, Otto, 2006. "Modeling reverse logistic tasks within closed-loop supply chains: An example from the automotive industry," European Journal of Operational Research, Elsevier, vol. 171(3), pages 1033-1050, June.
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