Gestión de la cadena de suministro: una revisión desde la logística y el medio ambiente

J. D. Silva

Resumen


Este artículo presenta una revisión sobre las investigaciones que se han adelantado respecto a la Gestión de la Cadena de Suministro y la Gestión de Cadena de Suministro Verde. La revisión se realiza a través del análisis de contenido, tomando como base los artículos del año 2005 hasta el año 2015. Las investigaciones fueron clasifi cadas de acuerdo al tema tratado y al enfoque dado a cada una de ellas. Durante la revisión se pudo evidenciar que las investigaciones desarrolladas en el tema SCM, se realizan con el fi n de crear nuevas estrategias de colaboración entre los distintos eslabones de la SC y las investigaciones referentes a la GSCM apuntan a diseñar herramientas de apoyo para inclusión de nuevos procesos y canales dentro de la SC, encaminados a la remanufactura, reprocesamiento y reutilización de residuos o productos fuera de uso que se generen en la SCM normal.


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Análisis de contenido, gestión cadena de suministro, revisión bibliográfi ca, sostenibilidad

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