A general framework efficiency model for goods transportation is proposed. It is specified for the case of regional breakbulk distribution. Quantitative data on the magnitude of the partial efficiencies, their dispersion, and their potential for improvement have been collected from experts in the field. What should be done next is select promising partial efficiencies, analyse them statistically, find causal relations and recommend improvements.
|Title of host publication||Information systems in logistics and transportation|
|Place of Publication||Oxford|
|Publication status||Published - 1997|