publication . Doctoral thesis . 2014

Effective use of product quality information in food supply chain logistics

Rijpkema, W.A.;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2014
  • Publisher: Wageningen University
  • Country: Netherlands
Abstract
<p> Food supply chains have inherent characteristics, such as variability in product quality and quality decay, which put specific demands on logistics decision making. Furthermore, food supply chain organization and control has changed significantly in the past decades by factors such as scale intensification and globalization. In practice, these characteristics and developments frequently lead to supply chain problems, such as high levels of product waste, product quality problems, and high logistics costs. Recent technological developments have created the opportunity to gather, process, and communicate more information on the status of processes and products...
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free text keywords: logistiek, voedselvoorziening, ketenmanagement, voedselkwaliteit, beslissingsondersteunende systemen, modelleren, vlees, logistics, food supply, supply chain management, food quality, decision support systems, modeling, meat
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EC| VEG-I-TRADE
Project
VEG-I-TRADE
Impact of climate change and globalisation on safety of fresh produce – governing a supply chain of uncompromised food sovereignty
  • Funder: European Commission (EC)
  • Project Code: 244994
  • Funding stream: FP7 | SP1 | KBBE
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26 references, page 1 of 2

European Review of Agricultural Economics, 32(3):23, 2005.

W Klibi, A. Martel, and A. Guitouni. The design of robust value-creating supply chain networks: A critical review. European Journal of Operational Research, 203(2):283{293, 2010.

S. Klosterhalfen, G. Kiesmuller, and S. Minner. A comparison of the constant-order and dual-index policy for dual sourcing. International Journal of Production Economics, 133(1):302{311, 2011.

Journal of Food Science, 74(8):101{106, 2009.

McGraw-Hill. New York, USA, 2005.

Technical report, Chatham House, 2012.

H. L. Lee and C. Billington. Designing products and processes for postponement. In S. Dasu and C. Eastman, editors, Management of Design, pages 105{122. Springer Netherlands, 1994.

M. M. Lofti, M. Rabbani, and S. F. Ghaderi. A weighted goal programming approach for replenishment planning and space allocation in a supermarket. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 62(6):1128{1137, 2011.

V. Raab, S. Bruckner, E. Beierle, Y. Kampmann, B. Petersen, and J. Kreyenschmidt. Generic model for the prediction of remaining shelf life in support of cold chain management in pork and poultry supply chains. Journal on Chain and Network Science, 8(1):59{73, 2008.

S.W. Rajurkar and R Jain. Food supply chain management: review, classi cation and analysis of literature. International Journal of Integrated Supply Management, 6(1):33{72, 2011.

H. Rijgersberg, S. O. Tromp, L. Jacxsens, and M. Uyttendaele. Modeling logistic performance in quantitative microbial risk assessment. Risk Analysis, 30(1):20{31, 2010. [OpenAIRE]

W. A. Rijpkema, R. Rossi, and J. G. A. J. van der Vorst. Process redesign for e ective use of product quality information in meat chains. International Journal of Logistics: Research and Applications, 15(6):389{403, 2012.

W. A. Rijpkema, R. Rossi, and J. G. A. J. van der Vorst. E ective sourcing strategies for perishable product supply chains. International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, 44(7):tbd, 2014.

N. V. Sahinidis. Optimization under uncertainty: state-of-the-art and opportunities. Computers and Chemical Engineering, 28(6-7):971{983, 2004. [OpenAIRE]

R. Shah and P.T. Ward. De ning and developing measures of lean production. Journal of Operations Management, 25(4):785{805, 2007.

26 references, page 1 of 2
Abstract
<p> Food supply chains have inherent characteristics, such as variability in product quality and quality decay, which put specific demands on logistics decision making. Furthermore, food supply chain organization and control has changed significantly in the past decades by factors such as scale intensification and globalization. In practice, these characteristics and developments frequently lead to supply chain problems, such as high levels of product waste, product quality problems, and high logistics costs. Recent technological developments have created the opportunity to gather, process, and communicate more information on the status of processes and products...
Subjects
free text keywords: logistiek, voedselvoorziening, ketenmanagement, voedselkwaliteit, beslissingsondersteunende systemen, modelleren, vlees, logistics, food supply, supply chain management, food quality, decision support systems, modeling, meat
Related Organizations
Funded by
EC| VEG-I-TRADE
Project
VEG-I-TRADE
Impact of climate change and globalisation on safety of fresh produce – governing a supply chain of uncompromised food sovereignty
  • Funder: European Commission (EC)
  • Project Code: 244994
  • Funding stream: FP7 | SP1 | KBBE
Download from
Wageningen Yield
Doctoral thesis . 2014
Provider: NARCIS
26 references, page 1 of 2

European Review of Agricultural Economics, 32(3):23, 2005.

W Klibi, A. Martel, and A. Guitouni. The design of robust value-creating supply chain networks: A critical review. European Journal of Operational Research, 203(2):283{293, 2010.

S. Klosterhalfen, G. Kiesmuller, and S. Minner. A comparison of the constant-order and dual-index policy for dual sourcing. International Journal of Production Economics, 133(1):302{311, 2011.

Journal of Food Science, 74(8):101{106, 2009.

McGraw-Hill. New York, USA, 2005.

Technical report, Chatham House, 2012.

H. L. Lee and C. Billington. Designing products and processes for postponement. In S. Dasu and C. Eastman, editors, Management of Design, pages 105{122. Springer Netherlands, 1994.

M. M. Lofti, M. Rabbani, and S. F. Ghaderi. A weighted goal programming approach for replenishment planning and space allocation in a supermarket. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 62(6):1128{1137, 2011.

V. Raab, S. Bruckner, E. Beierle, Y. Kampmann, B. Petersen, and J. Kreyenschmidt. Generic model for the prediction of remaining shelf life in support of cold chain management in pork and poultry supply chains. Journal on Chain and Network Science, 8(1):59{73, 2008.

S.W. Rajurkar and R Jain. Food supply chain management: review, classi cation and analysis of literature. International Journal of Integrated Supply Management, 6(1):33{72, 2011.

H. Rijgersberg, S. O. Tromp, L. Jacxsens, and M. Uyttendaele. Modeling logistic performance in quantitative microbial risk assessment. Risk Analysis, 30(1):20{31, 2010. [OpenAIRE]

W. A. Rijpkema, R. Rossi, and J. G. A. J. van der Vorst. Process redesign for e ective use of product quality information in meat chains. International Journal of Logistics: Research and Applications, 15(6):389{403, 2012.

W. A. Rijpkema, R. Rossi, and J. G. A. J. van der Vorst. E ective sourcing strategies for perishable product supply chains. International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, 44(7):tbd, 2014.

N. V. Sahinidis. Optimization under uncertainty: state-of-the-art and opportunities. Computers and Chemical Engineering, 28(6-7):971{983, 2004. [OpenAIRE]

R. Shah and P.T. Ward. De ning and developing measures of lean production. Journal of Operations Management, 25(4):785{805, 2007.

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