The paper studies a well-known phenomenon, information sharing in supply chains, in a new context, fresh foods, with a specific goal, supporting sustainable performance in the supply chain. Fresh foods are important for retail stores, representing around half of retail sales, but form a challenging and heterogeneous group of products to manage. The value of the paper lies in its pointing out detailed solutions to how in real-life supply chains data can be used efficiently to improve the performance of the supply chain.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the APMS 2011 Conference|
|Publisher||University of Stavanger|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|
|Event||APMS 2011 International Conference Advances in Production Systems - Stavanger, Norway|
Duration: 26 Sep 2011 → 28 Sep 2011
|Seminar||APMS 2011 International Conference Advances in Production Systems|
|Period||26/09/2011 → 28/09/2011|