Responsible Inventory Models for Operation and Logistics Management

@inproceedings{Andriolo2015ResponsibleIM,
  title={Responsible Inventory Models for Operation and Logistics Management},
  author={Alessandro Andriolo},
  year={2015}
}
The industrialization and the subsequent economic development occurred in the last century have led industrialized societies to pursue increasingly higher economic and financial goals, laying temporarily aside the safeguard of the environment and the defense of human health. However, over the last decade, modern societies have begun to reconsider the importance of social and environmental issues nearby the economic and financial goals. In the real industrial environment as well as in today… CONTINUE READING

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