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  1. Applying lean principles to achieve continuous flow in 3PLs’ outbound…

    Overboom, M. A., Small, J. S., Naus, A. J. A. M., & de Haan, J. A. C. (2013). Applying lean principles to achieve continuous flow in 3PLs’ outbound processes. Journal of Economics and Management, 13, 65-79.
  2. Creative tension in a lean work environment - implications for logist…

    de Haan, J. A. C., Naus, A. J. A. M., & Overboom, M. A. (2012). Creative tension in a lean work environment: implications for logistics firms and workers. International Journal of Production Economics, 137(1), 157-164.
  3. Lean logistics service providers - option or utopia? Experiences from…

    de Haan, J. A. C., Overboom, M. A., & Naus, A. J. A. M. (2011). Lean logistics service providers: option or utopia? Experiences from the Netherlands. In D. Kisperska-Moron (Ed.), Changing Paradigm for Inventory Management in a Supply Chain Context (pp. 78-97). Publisher of the University of Economics.
  4. Management of the ‘customer-logistics service provider’ relationship

    de Haan, J. A. C., Naus, A. J. A. M., Overboom, M. A., & Small, J. S. (2011). Management of the ‘customer-logistics service provider’ relationship. In R. Zhang, J. Cordeiro, X. Li, Z. Zhang, & J. Zhang (Eds.), Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS 2010) (Vol. 4, pp. 720-725). Unknown Publisher.
  5. Management of the ‘shipper-logistics service provider’ relationship

    de Haan, J. A. C., Naus, A. J. A. M., & Overboom, M. A. (2011). Management of the ‘shipper-logistics service provider’ relationship. In K. S. Pawar, & H. Rogers (Eds.), Proceedings of the 16th International Symposium on Logistics (ISL 2011): Rebuilding supply chains for a globalize world (pp. 302-310). Centre for Concurrent Enterprise, Nottingham University Business School.

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