We welcome submissions of original, previously unpublished research or application papers under the following (non-exhaustive) list of efreight topics:
•“Green” technologies and e-freight
•e-freight interoperability standards (GS1, eBXML,..)
•New ICT for e-freight (service oriented architectures, cloud computing,...)
•Technologies for online collaboration in e-freight
•Domain models, ontologies and standardisation in e-freight
•Tracking and monitoring technologies for e-freight (sensors, RFID,…)
•Systems and technologies for e-Freight Legislation Compliance ( e-Maritime standards, The European Single Window, e-customs)
•Knowledge sharing across business networks, regional, national and international level.
•Business process engineering and re-engineering in co-modal transport networks.
•Information acquisition and fusion in supply chain security
Selected Papers will be included in a special issue of the International Journal of Applied Logistics (IJAL) in conjunction with e-Freight 2011 – International Conference on Paperless Freight Transport Logistics. IJAL disseminates supply chain management and applied logistics theories, technology development, innovation, and transformation in various economy sectors upon current, advancing technological opportunities and market imperatives. Selected Papers will be presented at the e-freight 2011 conference, to take place 10-11 May, Munich, Germany.
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