Impacts of Proximity Deliveries on e-Grocery Trips

Abstract : This article proposes a discussion of three scenarios related to French e-grocery developments, and identifies and analyzes the effect of new forms of proximity deliveries on household shopping trip flows. One of our objectives will be to consider logistics solutions adopted by online retailers. First, we present the two basic models of B2C: order-picking at a dedicated site and in-store picking. Second, we evaluate three distribution systems adopted by French e-grocery retailers. We focus in particular on the impact of these systems on consumers' purchasing trips and, to this end, we use an empirical simulation approach to make a comparison of the systems studied.
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Bruno Durand, Jesus Gonzalez-Feliu. Impacts of Proximity Deliveries on e-Grocery Trips. Supply Chain Forum: An International Journal, Kedge Business School, 2012, 13. ⟨hal-01770407⟩

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