publication . Other literature type . Article . 2016

Intermodal Supply Chain Risk Management

Nikolina Brnjac; Marinko Maslarić; Drago Bago;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2016 Journal: Pomorski zbornik, volume 52, issue 1 (issn: 0554-6397, eissn: 1848-9052, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Association for Research and Development of Maritime Industries
<jats:p>Efficient and secure global supply chains contribute to the Improvement of the competitiveness of the products traded on international markets by reducing their costs and delivery time while increasing the reliability and security. Global supply chains are unthinkable without transport integration, which is usually accomplished through the form of intermodal transport systems. Intermodal transport systems are much more complex than the unimodal ones due to the number of stakeholders, included transportation resources, infrastructure and processes, which in case of poor coordination in the planning, organization and implementation of transport chain logis...
free text keywords: intermodal transport; intermodal supply chain; risk; risk management, Business, Supply chain risk management, Supply chain, Supply chain management, Operations management, Risk management, business.industry
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