Management I N T E R N AT I O N A L
O P E R AT I O N S
Università degli Studi Universidad Politécnica
The first part contains some introduction about
the international logistics and its development, di Udine de Valencia
including briefly description on the major logistics
functions. The arrangement of the material is
The second part is focused on the logistics
network planning and location decision. It also
includes the international logistics strategic
alliance. The global integrated logistics, logistics
outsourcing, logistics providers as well as logistics
alliance are contained. South China University Xi’an Jiaotong
The third part firstly represents the fundamentals of Technology University
of transportation. Next, the transportation International Operations Management
network design is described. And then, vehicle
routing problem is studied. Finally, there is a case
The forth part focuses on the management of
warehouse. Such as fundamentals of warehousing,
w a r e h o u se op e r a ti o n s a nd w a r e ho u s e Southwest Jiaotong University
management decision are all included.
The fifth part deals with the fundamentals of
inventory, economic lot size models with constant
demands, and economic lot size models with
varying demands, inventory policy and Course description
contemporary approaches to managing inventory. The course's aim is to understand
The sixth part is dedicated to the overview of the link between supply chain
logistics customer services. And then, the structures and logistical
developing and controlling logistics customer capabilities in a firm in this global
services are mentioned. Finally, the logistics
custom er s atisf act ion and relations hip Asia Link Progra m market environment. Specifically
management are described. the course will help students bring
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the latest logistics management
The final part focuses on the information practices adopted by world class
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Chapter 5 Inventory Decision 6 hs.
• Fundamentals of Inventory
• Economic Lot Size Models with Constant
Detailed description Chapter 1 Introduction 2 hs.
• What is supply chain • Economic Lot Size Models with Varying
• What is International Logistics Demands
The aim of this module is giving a general • The arrangement of this module • Inventory Policy
introduction to the business logistics, and • Contemporary Approaches to Managing
logistic issues, particularly logistics supply Inventory
Chapter 2 Logistics Network Planning 6 hs.
chain management, transportation, inventory,
warehousing and so on. • Logistics Network Planning
Chapter 6 Logistics Customer 3 hs.
• Location Decision
• Overview of logistics customer services
• International Logistics Strategic Alliance
• Developing and Controlling logistics
Chapter 3 Transportation & Delivery 6 hs.
• Logistics Customer Satisfaction and
Decision Relationship Management
• Fundamentals of transportation
• Transportation network design Chapter 7 IT Applications in Logistics 4 hs.
• Vehicle routing problem
• Case study • Information technique in logistics
• Management information systems in
Chapter 4 Warehouse Management 6 hs.
• Fundamentals of Warehousing
Case Studies 8 hs.
• Warehouse operations
• Warehouse Management Decision
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