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Coyle et al, no longer necessarily hold true and that the total costs do not necessarily increase when the number of warehouses are decreased. This is illustrated in Figure 10 below, where the curves for cost of lost sales as well as transportation costs tilt downwards resulting in a revised version of the curve illustrating total costs. e. that transportation costs must not increase when a distribution is centralised, then this could also serve as an indication, expressed in relative terms, as to how much emissions each type of distribution system is expected to emit.
3 Decisions in logistics systems The goal of most companies is to gain a competitive advantage and attain sustainable profitability and this can only be achieved if a company can deliver superior value to its customers or create comparable value at a lower cost, or do both simultaneously (Porter, 1996). According to Christopher (1998) logistics has the potential to assist companies in achieving both and thereby leverage their business in relation to competitors, and as such a well functioning logistics system has become a strategic issue for many companies.
Contemporary events? yes yes no yes no yes/no no no no yes The first of these conditions is seen as paramount, since the research question should help determine the research strategy. In other words a researcher should not reason in terms of “I would like to conduct a survey and therefore I have to pose a research question that is in accordance with this preference”, but rather look at the formulated research question, which most of the time is based on personal presumptions and the problem at hand, and apply a research strategy that is in accordance with this.
Centralisation of distribution systems and its environmental effects by Christofer Kohn.