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Supply chain resilience: The possible application of triple bottom line costing to supply chain risk management.
Within the context of the supply chain industry, the long term value of an organization equates to the fiscal metrics used in the classical definition of enterprise modified by the sustainability (or capacity to endure) ...
Logistics in Namibia: Issues and challenges, re-engineering for competitiveness.
Logistics is perceived to be important for Namibia’s growth and development, but it is a matter of conjecture as there is a dearth of documented information about the industry in Namibia. Furthermore, it is uncertain what ...
Global supply chains, logistics clusters and economic growth: What could it mean to Caribbean territories?
(University of the West Indies, 2012)
Can Namibia become a regional gateway by developing a logistics hub around Walvis Bay's Port?
(Polytechnic of Namibia, Department of Communication, 2014)
Many developing countries wish to become the 'gateway' to a region or part of a continent. One strategy involves encouraging logistics cluster development. These support global supply chains and enable the growth of the ...
Logistics service providers and the transport geography of global supply chains.
(International Geographical Congress (IGC), 2012)
Trade liberalization, advances in transportation and development of new telecommunication technologies has enabled industrial shippers to expand their supply chains on a global stage. But the globalization context has often ...
Logistics in Namibia: Issues and challenges.
(Journal of Transport and Supply Chain Management, 2012)
Logistics is important for Namibia’s growth and development but there is currently a lack of information about the industry despite it being addressed in the country’s Fourth National Development Plan and the subsequent ...
Impact assessment: High capacity vehicles.
(University of Huddersfield, 2012)
In the United Kingdom (UK), the length of a goods carrying vehicle is limited to a maximum of 16.5m for a standard articulated vehicle and 18.75m for a draw-bar combination. In October 2011, the Department for Transport ...
The impact of the logistics gap on customer service in southern Africa: Evidence from Namibia and the Republic of South Africa. Paper presented at the 1st Namibia Customer Service Awards & Conference, 2014.
(Polytechnic of Namibia, 2014)
Logistics is essential for the development of trade (& therefore potential wealth) in southern Africa. To enable this to succeed it is crucial that the industry provides good (international) standards of customer service. ...
Customer service in the Namibian logistics industry: Benchmarking for the future. Paper presented at the 1st Namibia Customer Service Awards & Conference, 2014.
(Polytechnic of Namibia, 2014)
An efficient and effective logistics industry is essential if Namibia to achieve the objectives of its “Vision 2030” and “NDP_4” plans to stimulate growth through trade. Logistics can support trade, but only if it achieves ...
Becoming a regional gateway by developing logistics hubs: A blessing or a curse?
Many developing countries wish to become the “gateway” to a region or part of a continent. One strategy involves encouraging logistics cluster development. These support global supply chains and enable the growth of the ...