Cost and Benefits Analysis of Outsourcing Logistics Name Institution Date Table of Contents TOC \o "1-3" \h \z \u 1.0 Abstract PAGEREF _Toc473453775 \h 32.0 Introduction PAGEREF _Toc473453776 \h 43.0 The Suitability of Outsourcing PAGEREF _Toc473453777 \h 53.1 Diagram Sowing the Analysis of Suitability of Outsourcing PAGEREF _Toc473453778 \h 64.0 Criteria for Consideration of Outsourcing Logistics PAGEREF _Toc473453779 \h 65.0 Findings on Outsourcing Logistics and Cost Benefit Analysis PAGEREF _Toc473453780 \h 76.0 Conclusion PAGEREF _Toc473453781 \h 107.0 References PAGEREF _Toc473453782 \h 12 Cost and Benefits Analysis of Outsourcing Logistics 1.0 AbstractReaching a decision of outsourcing selected processes and a function of supply chains to a third party Logistics Company is a daunting and rewarding task. Deductively reverse logistics aims at utilizing different techniques and methods in the optimization of returned goods and products through processes that are streamlined. Notably outsourcing is a concept connected to reverse and forward logistics value through offshore outsourcing: An integrative framework. Journal of International Management 19(4) 377-389. Roosen J. (2014). Cost-Benefit Analysis. In Risk-A Multidisciplinary Introduction (pp. 309-331). Springer International Publishing. Schniederjans M. J. Schniederjans A. M. & Schniederjans D. G. (2015). Outsourcing and insourcing in an international context. Routledge. Schwarz C. (2014). Toward an understanding of the nature and conceptualization of outsourcing success. Information & Management 51(1) 152-164. Silvius G. A. Turkiewicz J. Keratsinov A. & Spoor H. (2013). The relationship between it outsourcing and business and it alignment: An explorative study. Computer Science and Information Systems 10(3) 973-998. Solakivi T. Töyli J. & Ojala L. (2013). Logistics outsourcing its motives and the level of logistics costs in manufacturing and trading companies operating in Finland. Production Planning & Control 24(4-5) 388-398. Vaidhyanathan S. Dev L. & Shattacharyya D. (2013). U.S. Patent No. 8 392 240. Washington DC: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. [...]
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