Application of Labels to Trace Material Flows in Multi-echelon Supply Chains

@inproceedings{JansenVullers2005ApplicationOL,
  title={Application of Labels to Trace Material Flows in Multi-echelon Supply Chains},
  author={Monique H. Jansen-Vullers},
  year={2005}
}
Current developments in society increasingly require information on products at batch level. This holds true especially for food industry. To be able to meet such requirements, data on the origin of products is an important factor, frequently including details of production conditions in preceding echelons. This paper discusses how code numbers, batches and particularly labels in multi-echelon supply chains can be applied to manage the enormous amount of detailed data which is subsistent to… CONTINUE READING

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