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  1. Selective laser melting raw material commoditization: impact on comparative competitiveness of additive manufacturing
  2. Future of supply chain planning: closing the gaps between practice and promise
  3. Measuring service outcomes for adaptive preventive maintenance
  4. Generative Mechanisms of the Adoption of Logistics Innovation: The Case of On-site Shops in Construction Supply Chains
  5. Guidelines for how and when to start tracking perishable products
  6. Needs and technology adoption: observation from BIM experience
  7. BIM as Infrastructure in a Finnish HVAC Actor Network: Enabling Adoption, Reuse, and Recombination over a Building Life Cycle and between Projects
  8. Collaborative tracking and tracing: the value of a composite design
  9. Exploring the performance effects of performance measurement system use in maintenance process
  10. Digital manufacturing-driven transformations of service supply chains for complex products
  11. Additive manufacturing in the spare parts supply chain
  12. Logic for accumulation of design science research theory
  13. In-transit services and hybrid shipment control: The use of smart goods in transportation networks
  14. Sustainable PLM through Intelligent Products
  15. Reversed servitization paths: a case analysis of two manufacturers
  16. A manufacturer moving upstream: triadic collaboration for service delivery
  17. Aligning organisational interests in designing rail-wagon tracking
  18. RFID tracking in the book supply chain: the transition from postponed to speculative tagging
  19. Enhancing field‐service delivery: the role of information
  20. Guest editorial: Five steps towards exploring the future of operations management
  21. Instance-Informed Information Systems: A Pre-requisite for Energy-Efficient and Green Information Systems
  22. Item dwell time in project inventories: A field experiment
  23. Multi-ontology topology of the strategic landscape in three practical cases
  24. Comparing provider‐customer constellations of visibility‐based service
  25. The uses of tracking in operations management: Synthesis of a research program
  26. Rapid manufacturing in the spare parts supply chain
  27. Site inventory tracking in the project supply chain: problem description and solution proposal in a very large telecom project
  28. Implementing inventory transparency to temporary storage locations
  29. Demand‐supply chain representation
  30. Product Centric Organization of After-Sales Supply Chain Planning and Control
  31. Business Process Management Systems – Enabling Continuous Improvement in Industrial Services
  32. Patterns of vendor‐managed inventory: findings from a multiple‐case study
  33. How to design the right supply chains for your customers
  34. Intelligent Products: A survey
  35. Roadmap to tracking based business and intelligent products
  36. Bridging Practice and Theory: A Design Science Approach
  37. Vendor‐managed‐inventory (VMI) in construction
  38. Benefits of an item-centric enterprise-data model in logistics services: A case study
  39. Open-Source Demo System to Support Automated Identification and Tracking Workshops
  40. Design patterns for managing product life cycle information
  41. Selecting the right planning approach for a product
  42. Managing product introductions across the supply chain: findings from a development project
  43. Agent-based model for managing composite product information
  44. Supply Chain Collaboration:
  45. The effect of demand visibility in product introductions
  46. Monitoring new product introductions with sell‐through data from channel partners
  47. Productivity improvement in heart surgery – a case study on care process development
  48. Evaluating the Applicability of Merge‐in‐transit
  49. The impact of increasing demand visibility on production and inventory control efficiency
  50. Increasing customer value and decreasing distribution costs with merge‐in‐transit
  51. Intelligent products—a step towards a more effective project delivery chain
  52. Wireless product identification: enabler for handling efficiency, customisation and information sharing
  53. Collaborative planning forecasting and replenishment: new solutions needed for mass collaboration
  54. Implementing Collaboration Process Networks
  55. The way to profitable Internet grocery retailing – six lessons learned
  56. VMI: What are you losing if you let your customer place orders?
  57. Solving the last mile issue: reception box or delivery box?
  58. The reception box impact on home delivery efficiency in the e‐grocery business
  59. Information and communication technology driven business transformation — a call for research
  60. Cost‐effectiveness in the e‐grocery business
  61. Viewpoint: reaching the consumer through e‐grocery VMI
  62. New Service Opportunities in the E‐grocery Business
  63. The dynamics of consumer response A quest for the attractors of supply chain demand
  64. Using Value Reengineering to Implement Breakthrough Solutions for Customers
  65. Constraints to quick response systems in the implosive industries
  66. How can simulation help in supply chain development?
  67. Productivity reconsidered: Critical assessment of investments
  68. Handling product range complexity A case study on re‐engineering demand forecasting
  69. Business process innovation in the supply chain – a case study of implementing vendor managed inventory
  70. Is just‐in‐time applicable in paper industry logistics?
  71. Product range management: a case study of supply chain operations in the European grocery industry
  72. Examples of production dynamics control for cost efficiency
  73. Utilizing real-time market demand information in the integration of the supply chain in the food industry
  74. Re-engineering in sales and distribution - creating a flexible and integrated operation
  75. Rough modelling of logistics networks
  76. Design for speed: a supply chain perspective on design for manufacturability
  77. Speed and efficiency — a statistical enquiry of manufacturing industries
  78. From Uncertainty to Controllability, Learning and Innovation
  79. Computer support for continuous improvements
  80. The relationship between speed and productivity in industry networks: A study of industrial statistics
  81. Product Centric Integration:Exploring The Impact Of RFID And Agent Technology On Supply Chain Management