Konsortialstudie: Konzepte der Automobillogistik der Zukunft

Item Type Journal paper
Abstract The consortium study "Concepts of Automotive Logistics of the Future" analyzes the changes and trends affecting the automotive industry and its inbound logistics as well as their impact on logistics processes and structures. Taking these influencing factors into consideration, the logistics concepts of the automotive industry are critically examined in order to develop future logistics concepts based on these findings. Future scenarios were calculated in the study; together with the change drivers, these form the basis for the development of future scenarios. In total, nine future concepts were developed (Car Chain Visibility, FutureWOW, OFTO, Pizza Run, Trailer Drive, Urban Future, Green Industry Cluster, FlexJIS, Energy Hubs). For the implementation of the future concepts, special enablers have to be addressed, which influence the effectiveness of the concepts: Actively attract and retain skilled workers, create a modern and intelligent parking management system, and adapt tender management. The automotive inbound logistics concepts of tomorrow thus range from relevant trends as impulse generators to enablers for the implementation of the concepts.
Authors Stölzle, Wolfgang & Zacharias, Leon
Language German
Subjects business studies
HSG Classification contribution to practical use / society
HSG Profile Area SoM - Business Innovation
Refereed No
Date 7 August 2022
Publisher Cuvillier Verlag Göttingen
Place of Publication Göttingen
Volume 1. Auflage
Page Range 1-102
Number of Pages 102
Contact Email Address leon.zacharias@unisg.ch
Depositing User M.A. HSG Leon Zacharias
Date Deposited 07 Aug 2022 10:45
Last Modified 06 Sep 2022 08:45
URI: https://www.alexandria.unisg.ch/publications/266837

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Stölzle, Wolfgang & Zacharias, Leon (2022) Konsortialstudie: Konzepte der Automobillogistik der Zukunft. 1. Auflage 1-102.

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