IJLM at the 25th International Symposium for Logistics (ISL21)
(ISL21 taking place virtually on 12 July and 13 July)
We have included seven papers in IJLM virtual issue for ISL. Given the limit of seven papers suggested by IJLM Editor-in-Chief, it became a difficult task as the journal has published a large number of high-quality papers that were shortlisted from ISL, and peer reviewed following the standard procedures of IJLM. The selection of the papers for the virtual issue is based on including the papers that relate to the theme of ISL 2021 (resilience). The selected papers cover a breadth of topics, and showcase research on logistics and supply chain issues in different parts of the world.
Chandra Lalwani, Kulwant S Pawar and Samir Dani
Network resilience modelling: a New Zealand forestry supply chain case by Paul Childerhouse, Mohammed Al Aqqad, Quan Zhou and Carel Bezuidenhout
Perils of road freight market deregulation: cabotage in the European Union by Henrik S. Sternberg, Erik Hofmann and Robert E. Overstreet
Integration, supply chain resilience, and service performance in third-party logistics providers by Chiung-Lin Liu and Ming-Yu Lee
Exploring value creation and appropriation in the reverse clothing supply chain by Erik Sandberg , Rudrajeet Pal and Jukka Hemilä
National freight demand modelling: a tool for macrologistics management by Jan Hendrik Havenga and Zane Paul Simpson
Competitive manufacturing for reshoring textile and clothing supply chains to high-cost environment: A Delphi study by Rudrajeet Pal , Sara Harper and Ann Vellesalu
The adoption of vendor managed inventory for hospital pharmaceutical supply by Sineenart Krichanchai and Bart L. MacCarthy
You can view Editor-in-Chief Britta Gammelgaard's presentation on IJLM at ISL21 here.