Centralisation vs de-centralisation of warehousing: A small and medium-sized enterprise perspective

@article{Pedersen2010CentralisationVD,
  title={Centralisation vs de-centralisation of warehousing: A small and medium-sized enterprise perspective},
  author={S. G. Pedersen and Frederik Zachariassen and Jan Stentoft Arlbj{\o}rn},
  journal={Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development},
  year={2010},
  volume={19},
  pages={352-369}
}
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore the major drivers behind the choice of centralising versus decentralising warehousing locations from a small‐ and medium‐sized enterprise (SME) perspective. Previous literature has investigated this solely from a large company perspective.Design/methodology/approach – An in‐depth literature review was carried out and, in addition, a single case study was conducted in order to investigate the issue at hand. A Danish medium‐sized do‐it‐yourself… Expand
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