TITLE

Propuesta para el funcionamiento del comercio electrónico en el transporte de carga

AUTHOR(S)
Henríquez Menoyo, E.; Bautista Paz, E.; Hernández Komarova, A.
PUB. DATE
September 2008
SOURCE
Transporte Desarrollo y Medio Ambiente;sep-dic2008, Vol. 28 Issue 2-3, p37
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Preliminary ideas are explained for the introduction of the e-com in the sector of the cargoes transportation on the base of a conception for the adaptation to the sale- purchase arrangements of the cargoes transport services for that up-dated technology. The steps of the proposed process are methodologically developed starting with the offer of the services performed by the transport companies to the possible clients, the available capacities, including types of vehicles, transportation conditions, terms and work and delivery schedules basic fees that are applied and payment mechanisms to use for the applicants of the service.
ACCESSION #
49766198

 

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