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Centre for Logistics is an engineering knowledge and research centre at Aalborg University. The aim of CELOG is to focus and strengthen the research in the field of logistics. Simultaneously, the centre helps companies and institutions to optimise the logistics internally as well as externally in the supply chain. We strive to base our research on concrete examples for the benefit of companies and institutions.


Researchers within CELOG recognise that companies not only have to differentiate themselves from competitors through traditional parameters, such as design, functionality, quality and price, but also within management parameters such as traceability, delivery time, delivery precision and flexibility.


CELOG has several research areas, however focuses primarily on:

  • Supply Chain Management

  • Planning & Scheduling

  • Operations Management

  • Green Supply Chains & Logistics

  • Value Chain Diagnostics

An area of increasing importance is Green Supply Chains & Logistics which includes tracing and reusing products and optimisation of transport using e.g. RFID and mobile devices.
Furthermore, CELOG uses the following systems and tools, when working with the activities mentioned above:

  • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
  • Advanced Planning & Scheduling (APS)
  • Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI)
  • Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
  • Warehouse Management Systems (WMS)
  • Business Intelligence


Most of the research within CELOG is carried out in collaboration with companies and institution.  The research projects primarily revolves around further development of tools and techniques, while the development projects focuses on creating improvements in collaboration with the company.


In Centre for Logistics we teach in the study programmes Global Business Engineering and Industrial Management. Furthermore, our researchers function as supervisors on student projects.

Our Work in Practice

CELOG carries out two types of projects; development projects and research projects. The aim of the development projects is to contribute to substantial improvements through optimisation of goods and information flow, business processes, planning and integration. We do this by focusing internally on the company’s processes and externally in the supply chain. The research projects mainly focus on further developing tools and techniques to analyse, plan, optimise, integrate, track and trace.

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Mobile robots Teknik og materialevidenskab
Containers Teknik og materialevidenskab
Supply chains Teknik og materialevidenskab
Planning Teknik og materialevidenskab
Scheduling Teknik og materialevidenskab
Food supply Teknik og materialevidenskab
Robots Teknik og materialevidenskab
Genetic algorithms Teknik og materialevidenskab

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Foto af Flemming Max Møller Christensen

Flemming Max Møller Christensen

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Projekter 1995 2018

Publikationer 2002 2019

1 Citation (Scopus)

A ranking method for prioritising retail store food waste based on monetary and environmental impacts

Dreyer, H., Dukovska-Popovska, I., Yu, Q. & Hedenstierna, C. P., 10 feb. 2019, I : Journal of Cleaner Production. 210, s. 505-517

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskriftTidsskriftartikelForskningpeer review

Retail stores
Environmental impact
environmental impact

Asymmetrical Evaluation of Forecasting Models Through Fresh Food Product Characteristics

Christensen, F. M. M., Dukovska-Popovska, I., Bojer, C. S. & Steger-Jensen, K., 2019, Advances in Production Management Systems: Production Management for the Factory of the Future. Springer, Bind 1. s. 155-162

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/konference proceedingKonferenceartikel i proceedingForskningpeer review

From information sharing to information utilization in food supply chains

Kiil, K., Hvolby, H. H., Trienekens, J., Behdani, B. & Strandhagen, J. O., 1 jan. 2019, I : International Journal of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management. 12, 3, s. 85-109 25 s.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskriftTidsskriftartikelForskningpeer review

Food supply
Supply chains
Information sharing
Supply chain
Decision making



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