Shipping Books

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750 Gratz Mordecai
A Report On the Terminal Facilities for Handling Freight of the Railroads Entering the Port of New York: Especially of Those Raliroads Having Direct Western Connections
750 C.V. Christianson
In search of logistics visibility: enabling effective decision making.: An article from: Defense Transportation Journal
Achieving Supply Chain Excellence Through Technology
750 Haiqing Song
A Study on The Dynamic Network Flow Problems: With Applications to The Dynamic Resource Managment in Logistics Networks
749 Lance Batten
Supply Chain Management 100 Success Secrets - 100 Most Asked Questions: The Missing SCM Software, Logistics, Solution, System and Process Guide
749 Craig T. Bossler
B&O Color Guide to Freight & Passenger Equipment
748 Paul Kosakowski
A tale of two distributors: the future of the supply chain.: An article from: Doors and Hardware
748 Mary K. Allen
Putting Expert Systems to Work in Logistics
748 Norman E. Hutchinson
An Integrated Approach to Logistics Management (Prentice-Hall International Series in Industrial and Systems Engineering)
748 James Arbuthnot
An Historical Account of Peterhead, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time: Comprehending an Account of Its Trade, Shipping, Commerce, and Manufactures, ... a Copy of the Original Charter of Erectio
747 John A. Ausink
Assessing the Impact of Future Operations on Trainer Aircraft Requirements
747 Clyde Lyndon King
A Study Of Trolley Light Freight Service And Philadelphia Markets: In Their Bearing On The Cost Of Farm Produce (1912)
746 John A. Ausink
Air Force Procurement Workforce Transformation: Lessons from the Commercial Sector for Skills, Training, and Metrics
745 Michael Rhodes
The Freight Only Year Book
745 W. C. Harbison
Bees and Bee-Keeping: a Plain, Practical Work: Resulting From Years of Experience and Close Observation in Extensive Apiaries, Both in Pennsylvania and ... and for Shipping Bees to California [ 1860 ]
744 SAS Publishing
Logistic Regression Examples Using the SAS System, Version 6, First
744 Kevin Hillstrom
The Industrial Revolution in America: Iron and Steel, Railroads, Steam Shipping
743 Michael R. Quayle
Logistics: An Integrated Approach
743 J. J. Vogt
Business Logistics Management: Theory and Practice
741 Ph.D. Adam J. Fein
Facing the Forces of Change?
741 Saheed Adebayo Gbadegesin
Analysis of Supply Chain Added Values: Of Remote Energy Monitor with Wireless Sensor Networks
741 Robert Swan
British Army Transport and Logistics
741 Alec Nevalainen
The E-Business Dictionary: EDI, Supply Chain, and E-Procurement Terminology
741 John W. Toomey
MRP II: Planning for manufacturing excellence (Chapman & Hall Materials Management/Logistics Series)
740 Frederick W. Memmott
Application of Statewide Freight Demand Forecasting Techniques (National Cooperative Highway Research Program Report,)
740 Michael Oppenheim
A History of the Administration of the Royal Navy and of Merchant Shipping in Relation to the Navy,: From MDIX to MDCLX With an Introduction Treating of the Preceding Period.
740 Herbert B. Mason
Encyclopaedia of Ships and Shipping
739 Unavailable
Abu Dhabi - The Logistics.: An article from: APS Review Oil Market Trends
739 Scott Hamilton
Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Axapta
738 Richard A. Pierce
Alaskan Shipping, 1867-1878: Arrivals and Departures at the Port of Sitka (Alaska History)