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Keith Smiths Websites

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As you know, I hope to make this folder a useful resource for NBS studentsstudying logistics and supply chain management. As we extend our knowledge of useful sites, we will further categorise them. Don’t forget, Email me atkeith.smith@unn.ac.uk with any sites you come across which you feel may help, orbe of interest to, others.INTRODUCTORY SITEShttp://www.unn.ac.uk/central/isd/subj/logistics%26transporthylife/ 
HyLife for Logistics. A UNN network resource and the starting point for all logisticsstudents.http://www.bized.ac.uk/ A really good site to get you going on using the Internet to search for relevantinformation. Work your way through the Internet Business Manager tutorial which youcan access from the home page. Company Facts can be very useful as well.For a good summary of financial ratios turn to 'Learning Materials', 'Business Studies',and the 'Ratio Analysis Package'………Then go to 'Data', 'Company Reports' and'Company Report Browser'. Using this you can look at a full financial analysis(including ratios) for a wide range of companies, one at a time.http://www.knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/Knowledge@Wharton A bi-weekly resource that offers business information and research from a variety of resources, including analysis of business trends, interviews with business leaders,articles etc
PROFESSIONAL ORGANISATIONS
www.CLM1.org Takes you to the site of the Council of Logistics Management which is the USequivalent of the Institute of Logistics ( only much bigger! ). The site has an on-linelogistics bibliography and 14 case studies as well as other material.http://www.cips.org/Home page of The Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply. Jobs and careers,training and technical information from a UK-based org promoting best practice in the purchasing and supply profession.www.iolt.org.uk Home page of The Institute of Logistics and Transport. Jobs and careers, training andtechnical information from a UK-based org promoting best practice in the logistics andtransport profession.
TEXTBOOKS
 
If you go tohttp://www.itbp.comthe web page of Thomson Business Press, and access‘Business and Management’ and then ‘Operations Management’ and then ‘Resources’,you can open two very useful sites linked to textbooks. The first is
‘Operations Management; A Supply Chain Approach’ 
. From here you can access many companysites associated with case studies in the book. The second is
‘Global Cases in Logisticsand Supply Chain Management’ 
. Here you can access data and information associatedwith the cases in the book.
MAGAZINE AND NEWSPAPER SITES – GENERAL
The Sunday TimesFor an interesting note on air freight and perishables go tohttp://www.sunday-times.co.uk/, open 'library', then 'InfoTimes', then 'Air Cargo'. The Sunday Times pagecan often contain articles of topical interest, particularly in the Business Section.The Financial TimesFt.comis a very useful site for all business students. There is a good series on'Mastering Management' which covers the theory and practice of management. Written by experts from leading business schools around the world, the series guides youthrough the fundamental concepts of management science, and bring you up to datewith latest developments. Also look at their FT Surveys section and search for supplychain management.The Economisthttp://www.economist.com/
MAGAZINE AND NEWSPAPER SITES - SPECIALIST
Logistics management for logistics and distribution
Supply Chain & purchasing matters.....
http://www.purchasing.com/Magazine of total supply chain management.http://www.mhph.com/Materials handling product newshttp://www.dmg.co.uk/distribution/ Takes you to the 'Distribution' magazine website where you can look up short articleson a large range of subjects.http://www.marketing.haynet.com/ Takes you to 'Marketing Online' magazine.http://www.mmh.com/
 
Modern materials handling Magazine.http://www.supplymanagement.com/Home page of ‘Supply Management’.www.logistics.co.uk Web site of 'The Logistics Business'
LOGISTICS
http://www.bourton.co.uk/ Navigate through the site to see some very helpful presentations on purchasing,logistics and scm.http://www.moreover.com/ News portal. Click on the logistics category in the industry channel. It will supply youwith logistics news headlines from 1800 sources, and links to journals and articles.http://www.logisticsne.ws/UK logistics site including the ‘Top 100’ logistics company websites visited, lots of other information, tips on CV’s and job vacancies.www.logisticsworld.comVirtual library specialising in logistics.www.logisticspulse.comDirectory for the logistics industry.http://www.manufacturing.net/magazine/logistic/archives/1997/scmr/11princ.htmLogistics on-line.http://www.tibbett-britten.com/whatlog.htm
Provides an explanation of logistics and the processes involved, and a list of abbreviations commonly used in the industry.
www.total-logistics.co.uk/fexper.htmlConsultant's page containing technical advice and papers.
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
http://www.manufacturing.net/magazine/purchasing/archives/1998/pur1119.98/112best.htmFor several articles on reducing the supply base and improving relationships withsuppliers, turn to the November 19
th
1998 edition of ‘Purchasing Online’http://www.manufacturing.net/magazine/logistic/archives/1997/scmr/11princ.htmGivesyou an excellent article on 'The 7 Principles of Supply Chain Management'

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