Project Details


IMS-NOE, Special Interest Group on Supply Chain Integration (SIG9)

The SIG9 focuses on the current issues in Supply Chain Integration such as Internet-based integration technologies, Collaborative Planning, Forecasting & Replenishment, Advanced Planning & Scheduling, Supplier and Customer Relationship Management and Product Lifecycle Management. The SIG considers the many dimensions of Supply Chain Integration, including Technology issues, Behavioural issues, and Trade-off issues.

In 2006, SIG9 has arranged a workshop in relation to the IFIP conference in Poland and published 4 papers in the book "Advanced Manufacturing" related to the IMS projects.

The SIG has 3 main partners: Aalborg University; University of Limerick, Ireland; George Mason University, USA.

(Hans-Henrik Hvolby, Department of Production, AAU)

Effective start/end date31/12/200631/12/2006


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