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Welcome to our 'Supply Chain Pulse'
Supply Chain Pulse (SCP), is an acknowledgement of the fact that the world of management is full of excellent ideas, opportunities and thoughts, possessed by both academics and practitioners. The journal seeks to provide a forum, whereby there is a dissemination of written work from both academics and practitioners in the field of Management. Issues specifically pertaining to Supply Chain Management, Logistics Management, Humanitarian Logistics and the like are discussed. While occasional articles may be management based, the predominant focus of this publication is Industry interventions in Supply Chain Management.

We welcome and honour your sincere interest in researching across a wide cross-sectional arena of management literature. SCP, is devoted to an understanding of issues in the management of global enterprises, Supply Chain management theory & practice and providing theoretical and management implications useful for the further development of research. SCP is meant to be a dynamic and friendly forum for academics, practitioners and policy makers, at all levels and stages of their careers, from different parts of the world, to present and discuss their latest findings in management sciences of particular interests areas but are not limited to: Logistics, Customer Service, Supply Chain Management, Warehousing, Material Handling Systems, Material Storage Systems, Inventory Management, Logistical Packaging, Logistics Information Systems, Logistics Design for Distribution Channels, Logistics Outsourcing, E-commerce Logistics, Technology Management, Reverse Logistics, Global Logistics, Strategic Logistics, Performance Measurements and Controls: Tracking and Improving the health of Supply Chains, Government Policies and regulations, Logistics Costing, Quantitative techniques for optimization in logistics, Supply Chain strategy, supply chain risk management, organizational behaviour, human resource management, marketing, operations and supply chain management, quantitative techniques in business, corporate governance, business laws and intellectual property rights, management information system and information technology.

SCP is designed to serve an audience of academic researchers and educators as well as business professionals, by publishing both theoretical and empirical research relating to management, strategy and business transformation issues.