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Logistic requirements considering environmental sensitive demand: evidence from the French food distribution sector

Abstract

As described in the literature, the demand characteristics could influence the food distribution configuration. The aim of this paper is to explain how these demand characteristics can be used to describe the logistic requirements for food distribution configuration. With this aim, the chosen methodological approach integrates a literature review, interviews of stakeholders involved in the distribution system and a survey to the French industrial sector. Results describe the logistic requirements from for food distribution found in the literature review according to the different actors, products and distribution configuration adopted. Furthermore, the logistic requirements extracted from the literature review are compared with the primary data collected to establish the main logistic requirements linked to the conscious demand in the food supply chain for the food distribution configuration. The main logistic requirements defined are linked to facility location, supplier selection and distribution optimization due to the logistic platforms and transportation strategies development. Finally, the results of this research provide information to food supply chain actors when designing the food distribution circuits aiming to answer to conscious demand characteristics that are emerging.
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emse-02881914 , version 1 (26-06-2020)

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Laura Palacios-Argüello, Salomée Ruel, Jesus Gonzalez-Feliu, Natacha Gondran. Logistic requirements considering environmental sensitive demand: evidence from the French food distribution sector. 8th International Conference on Information Systems, Logistics and Supply Chain, Apr 2020, Austin, United States. ⟨emse-02881914⟩
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