This Chapter considers the strategic role of logistics in retail management. It is concerned with those issues which form the context for restructuring logistical systems. There is also a discussion of distribution models for online purchases.
KeywordsLogistical System Reverse Logistics Cost Allocation Physical Distribution Logistics Cost
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