Challenges of Green Logistics in Southeast Europe

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Bojan Beškovnik; Livio Jakomin;

This paper describes the trends towards green logistics in global aspect and challenges of adopting green logistics in the region of Southeast Europe. Modern logistics with supply chain management is experiencing a period of important evolution. From reversible logistic... View more
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