Low Carbon Logistics

Low Carbon Logistics

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2.           Schiffling, S.A. and M.I. Piecyk, Performance Measurement in Humanitarian Logistics: A Customer-oriented Approach. Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management, 2014. 4(2): p. 198-221.

3.           Dadhich, P., et al., An analysis of the recent developments in the UK FMCG Distribution Networks, in Presented at 20th International Symposium on Logistics. 2015: Bologna.

4.           McKinnon, A.C., et al., Green Logistics: Improving the environmental sustainability of logistics, 3rd ed. . 2015, London: Kogan Page.

5.           Piecyk, M.I. and M. Björklund, Logistics Service Providers and Corporate Social Responsibility: Sustainability Reporting in the Third Party Logistics Industry. International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management, 2015. 45(5): p. 459-485.

6.           Holden, R., P. Greening, and M.I. Piecyk, Towards a Common Measure of GHG-related Logistics Activity Using Data Envelopment Analysis. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2016. 91(September): p. 105-119.

7.           Palmer, A., P. Dadhich, and P. Greening. Final report Project 3D: Reconfiguring logistics networks (STARFISH II).CUED/C-SRF/TR9, 2016, University of Cambridge, Department of Engineering: Cambridge.

8.           Palmer, A., et al., The impact of consolidating part loads through collaboration in the FMCG supply chains, in Submitted to 21st International Symposium on Logistics. 2016.

9.           Palmer, A., et al., A cost and CO2 comparison of using trains and higher capacity trucks when UK FMCG companies collaborate. Submitted to Transportation Research: Part D, 2017. March.

10.         Palmer, A., et al., A cost and CO2 comparison of using trains and higher capacity trucks when UK FMCG companies collaborate. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 2018. 58: p. 94-107. DOI: 10.1016/j.trd.2017.11.009.

11.         Allen, J., et al., Understanding the transport and CO2 impacts of on-demand meal deliveries: A London case study. Cities, 2020. 108(102973). DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cities.2020.102973.

12.         Allen, J., et al., Combining on-foot porters with vans for last-mile parcel deliveries: results of a study in central London. World Review of Intermodal Transportation Research, 2021. 10(1): p. 65-85. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1504/WRITR.2021.113491.

13.         Piecyk, M., et al. Online Shopping and Last-Mile Deliveries, Technical Report, 2021, Centre for Sustainable Road Freight.