DETAILED RESIN LOGISTICS PRACTICAL CASE STUDY IN UNITED STATES APPLIED TO THE CASE OF RESIN WAREHOUSING AND DISTRIBUTION

Mihoko Nara, University of Houston, Houston, U.S.A.
Liang Chieh (Victor) Cheng, University of Houston, Houston, U.S.A.

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JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
Volume 19, Issue 4, p39-48, December 2019

ABSTRACT

This paper explores the current volume of transactions within the resin industry in domestic rates as well as a practical view at a certain company that specializes in sales and distribution resin materials that are based out of Houston. The research assesses a framework of logistics activities and presents a process of efficient resin transportation at a certain company in Houston. The overall transaction of resin in the domestic market has flourished, which enables the company to utilize effective methods in order to handle the bulk of resin and other raw materials such as PP and PE. The scope of the research includes the handling of a sizable volume of resin, which can be measured in tons available in inventory and outrebound processing of resin materials that are to be delivered domestically.

Keywords

Resin transaction, Houston, Raw material Transportation, Logistics


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