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Logistics Performance of Actors in the Wine Supply Chain


  • Jerôme Chandes

    (Euralog - Euralog - Euralog)

  • Dominique Estampe

    () (BEM - Bordeaux Management School (BEM) - Bordeaux Management School (BEM))


In an environment marked by ever-greater international competition, wine sector companies have been seriously questioning the structure of their entire logistics chain. This is due to the emergence of new actors (i.e., large retailers); the diversification of service providers' product offers; and the different rapprochements between actors in this branch. These are all signals that have caused companies to question their logistics strategies as shown in the ISLI survey.

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  • Jerôme Chandes & Dominique Estampe, 2003. "Logistics Performance of Actors in the Wine Supply Chain," Post-Print hal-00767174, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:hal-00767174
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    1. Estampe, Dominique & Lamouri, Samir & Paris, Jean-Luc & Brahim-Djelloul, Sakina, 2013. "A framework for analysing supply chain performance evaluation models," International Journal of Production Economics, Elsevier, vol. 142(2), pages 247-258.


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