Changes within Distribution System for Goods
Researches into the field of goods logistics and distribution have constantly held the attention of specialists, practitioners, marketers, as well as of the scientific and professional investigations. Although the basic notions regarding this field of goods exchange are conceptualized and theoretical, because of the technological innovations, the changes in consumer behaviour and the movements generated by the economic context, the premises of checking, matching concepts, redefining processes and activities which characterize the field analyzed in the current study are created. Besides the presented aspect, this theme also provides a careful documentation of these changes which account for a new theoretical approach of the actual contents of goods logistics and distribution.
Volume (Year): X (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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