Project Planning and Realization



Tasks of project planning are the design and organization of a logistic-, production- or performance-system which fulfills certain requirements under given restrictions at lowest costs. This includes the selection and dimensioning of equipment, resources and other elements, the connection of these elements to performance chains and the design of logistic networks. The tasks of project realization are the scheduling of the implementation, the construction and manufacturing of the system elements, the build-up of the whole system and finally the start-up and tests. Both, planning as well as realization, need qualified project management (Miebach/Bühring 2010; Nicholas 1990; Pintot/Slevin 1987; Lock 1996).


Logistic System Logistic Network Load Unit Frame Condition Economic Order Quantity 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.HamburgGermany
  2. 2.University of BremenBremenGermany

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