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Modelling Collaborative Transportation Management: Current State And Opportunities For Future Research

Liane Okdinawati, Togar M Simatupang, Yos Sunitiyoso


Collaborative Transportation Management (CTM) aims to reduce inefficiency, improve services, and provide mutual outcome to all parties. CTM has raised significant interest of both researchers and practitioners. Sharing information is the most basic form of coordination in supply chains to integrate CTM models at strategic, tactical, and operational levels. However, little has been known about the state of the art of CTM models. This paper presents a comprehensive review on the current state of CTM models. The overview of the CTM models is organized by classifying the previous literatures on different collaborative structures and different levels of planning. This paper also presents the relevant solution techniques used for each planning level. A review on the current state of CTM models concludes by highlighting the unaddressed areas or the gaps existing in the current literatures and by suggesting directions for future research in CTM.



URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.12660/joscmv8n2p96-119


Collaborative Transportation Management (CTM), collaborative structure, planning level, solution method, supply chain management, information sharing, model.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12660/joscmv8n2p96-119

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