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The impact of e-commerce on final deliveries: alternative parcel delivery services in France and Germany
Abstract In Europe, shopping habits have changed fast during the last decade and a high percentage of consumers now shop online. E-commerce for physical goods generates a significant demand forExpand
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Challenges and future research needs towards international freight transport modelling
The advanced internationalisation of markets and production processes continuously adds to the complexity of supply chains. At the same time improving the sustainability of the related internationalExpand
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Global Standardisation of the Calculation of CO2 Emissions Along Transport Chains—Gaps, Approaches, Perspectives of the Global Alignment Process
The transport industry, consumers, shippers and political bodies are all pressing for a global standard for the calculation of emissions along supply chains. Comparability of the chains’ efficiency,Expand
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Standardized Emission Calculations Along Supply Chains as Basis for Smart Global Transport Solutions in a “Reality of Less”: Is an Approach Within Reach?
In the internationalized world of commerce, global supply chains are a fundamental element and in a “Reality of Less” the maximization of efficiency and effectiveness of these supply chains is ofExpand
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Observatory of Strategic Developments Impacting Urban Logistics (2017 version)
Urban freight living labs need to operate in full recognition of the challenges that will shape the mobility of goods in urban areas in the future. These challenges are several: macro economic,Expand
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A Standardisation of the Calculation of CO2(e) Emissions Along Supply Chains: Challenges and Requirements Beyond EN 16258
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This research analyses in how far EN 16258 is able to build a basis for a global CO2 emission calculation standard. Expand
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A conceptual framework to understand retailers'logistics and transport organization-illustrated for groceries'goods movements in France and Germany
The article proposes a conceptual framework for analyzing the key drivers for retailers’ transport demand more systematically. Certainly, a better understanding of the reasons behind the growth inExpand
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Global GHG emissions standardization for transportation chains: Building on the achieved, moving into the future
With rising pressure to improve the efficiency of supply chains and to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, many efforts have been made to develop standards and tools for calculating the GHGExpand
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