Logical Logistics offers
supply chain guidelines
Mar 3, 2011 10:00 AM
Michael J Stolarczyk believes most companies are not equipped in their supply chain operations role to effectively compete in the global marketplace. He advises executives, managers, and business school graduates on the intricacies of 21st-century-advanced technology and how it impacts every business leader in Logical Logistics: A Common Sense Primer for Your Supply Chain (ISBN 1453737561).
Stolarczyk contends advanced logistics technology is vital for the survival of any company, regardless of its size or territory it serves. Many companies are out of date—and ultimately, out of touch—with technology and its benefit on the current business model.
“I want folks that are in major organizations and Fortune 500 companies to understand that supply chain and logistics decisions can be made in a common-sense way,” he said. “This means an open dialogue with stakeholders, both internal and external to their company. My book is not ‘Supply Chain for Dummies,’ but it is an ideal source for strategic guidance and inspiration.”
With 25 years in global logistics and transportation, Stolarczyk collects his blog posts and magazine articles in this volume to share with industry insiders all they need to know about improving practices. Stolarczyk focuses on such overlooked logistics topics as transportation, inventory, warehousing, material handling, and packaging.
Logical Logistics: A Common Sense Primer for Your Supply Chain is for sale online at Amazon.com and other channels.
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