Keeping Jobs in the EU
Responsable du projet Gerald Reiner
Partenaire Suzanne De Tréville

Résumé Although there is a wide-spread belief that low-cost companies will gain market share over more expensive competitors there are considerable opportunities for more expensive producers/service providers as long as they provide a certain value-added for their customers, i.e. customized products as well as services and at the same time much faster delivery.

Improving knowledge within manufacturing as well as service providing companies can shorten their delivery lead times, improve their service level and thus substantially increase their competitiveness. This will not only help to keep jobs in Europe but also contribute to the scientific field of Operations Management, Service Operations Management as well as Supply Chain Management.
Mots-clés Operations Management, Service Operations Management, Supply Chain Management.
Page internet http://www2.unine.ch/iene-kje
Type de projet Recherche appliquée
Domaine de recherche Operations Management, Service Operations Management, Supply Chain Management
Source de financement EU - Marie Curie Actions-Industry-Academia Partnerships and Pathways
Etat Terminé
Début de projet 1-3-2008
Fin du projet 28-2-2012
Budget alloué EUR 612'000
Contact Gina Fiore Walder