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Logistics Transportation Systems compiles multiple topics on transportation logistics systems from both qualitative and quantitative perspectives, providing detailed examples of real-world logistics workflows. It explores the key concepts and problem-solving techniques required by researchers and logistics professionals to effectively manage the continued expansion of logistics transportation systems, which is expected to reach an estimated 25 billion tons in the United States alone by 2045. This book provides an ample understanding of logistics transportation systems, including basic concepts, in-depth modeling analysis, and network analysis for researchers and practitioners. In addition, it covers policy issues related to transportation logistics, such as security, rules and regulations, and emerging issues including reshoring.
This book is an ideal guide for academic researchers and both undergraduate and graduate students in transportation modeling, supply chains, planning, and systems. It is also useful to transportation practitioners involved in planning, feasibility studies, consultation and policy for transportation systems, logistics, and infrastructure.
- Provides real-world examples of logistics systems solutions for multiple transportation modes, including seaports, rail, barge, road, pipelines, and airports
- Covers a wide range of business aspects, including customer service, cost, and decision analysis
- Features key-term definitions, concept overviews, discussions, and analytical problem-solving
1) Academic researchers and graduate students in transportation modeling, supply chains, planning and systems; 2) transportation practitioners involved in planning, feasibility studies, consultation and policy for transportation systems, logistics, or infrastructure; 3) transportation public officials such as city managers, policy directors, etc.
1. Overview of transportation logistics
2. Transportation network and cost analysis
3. Transportation infrastructure and equipment
4. Transportation rules and regulations
5. Intermodal transportation
6. Logistics transportation problems with linear programming
7. Assignment and transshipment problems with linear programming
8. Logistics customer services
9. Transportation rates and decision analysis
10. Transportation routing
11. Transportation security
12. Reshoring and its impact on transportation and economy — a US perspective
13. Automotive transportation logistics
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- © Elsevier 2020
- 28th August 2020
- Paperback ISBN:
M.D. Sarder is a professor and chair of engineering technologies at Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio, United States. His research interests include logistics transportation, supply chain management, intermodal facility analysis, warehousing need assessment, designing reverse logistics, and transportation modeling. He has been awarded more than $2.5M funding from various agencies, including the NSF and U.S. Department of Transportation, and has authored four books, several book chapters, and many journal articles. He is actively involved with various professional societies including the Transportation Research Board (TRB), Material Handling Institute (MHI), and Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE). He also served as the editor-in-chief of International Journal of Logistics Transportation Research and as an editor of Transportation Research Record.
Professor and Chair of Engineering Technologies, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio, USA
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