Linea Kjellsdotter

Forskare at Logistics & Transportation

Linea Kjellsdotter Ivert is a PhD at the Division of Logistics and Transportation. She is also Programme Director for the international master's programme Supply Chain Management.

Source: chalmers.se

Projects

2014–2015

Resurseffektiv planering för konkurrenskraftiga produktionsnätverk (RePlan)

Linea Kjellsdotter Logistics & Transportation
Mats Johansson Logistics & Transportation
VINNOVA

2010–2015

LogiNord - Logistics in Nordic Fresh Food Supply Chains

Patrik Jonsson Supply and Operations Management
Dan Andersson Service Management and Logistics
Linea Kjellsdotter Logistics & Transportation
Mats Johansson Supply and Operations Management
NordForsk

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Publications

2017

Taktisk planering inom återvinningsbranschen – en fallstudie hos Ragn-Sells

Linea Kjellsdotter, Joan Torres, Anna M K Fredriksson et al
Conference contribution
2017

Taktisk planering inom återvinningsbranschen – en fallstudie hos Ragn-Sells

Linea Kjellsdotter, Joan Torres, Anna M K Fredriksson et al
Conference contribution
2015

Contingency between S&OP design and planning environment

Linea Kjellsdotter, I. Dukovska-Popovska, Anna M K Fredriksson et al
International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management. Vol. 45 (8), p. 747-773
Journal article
2014

Sales and operations planning: responding to the needs of industrial food producers

Linea Kjellsdotter, Anna M K Fredriksson, Mats Johansson
Production Planning and Control. Vol. 26 (4), p. 280-295
Journal article
2014

When should advanced planning and scheduling systems be used in sales and operations planning?

Linea Kjellsdotter, Patrik Jonsson
International Journal of Operations and Production Management. Vol. 34 (10), p. 1338-1362
Journal article
2014

Manufacturing strategy: the missing link between sustainability in corporate strategy and sustainable production

Bojan Stahl, Naghmeh Taghavi Nejad Deilami, Mats Winroth et al
Paper in proceedings
2014

Sustainable Operations Management; from concept to action

Naghmeh Taghavi Nejad Deilami, Linea Kjellsdotter, Mats Winroth
Paper in proceedings
2013

Sales and operations planning: challenges and opportunities for industrial food producers

Linea Kjellsdotter, Iskra Dukovska-Popovska, Riikka Kaipia et al
Paper in proceedings
2013

Food product clustering for customized food logistics

Pegah Amani, Clara Båth, Karin Östergren et al
Conference contribution
2013

The fit between food product characteristics and logistics solution

Linea Kjellsdotter, Anna M K Fredriksson, Kristina Liljestrand et al
Paper in proceedings
2012

Shop floor characteristics influencing the use of advanced planning and scheduling systems

Linea Kjellsdotter
Production Planning and Control. Vol. 23 (6), p. 452-467
Journal article
2011

Problems in the onward and upward phase of APS system implementation: Why do they occur?

Linea Kjellsdotter, Patrik Jonsson
International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management. Vol. 41 (4), p. 343-363
Journal article
2011

Linking master production scheduling performance to planning methods

Linea Kjellsdotter, Patrik Jonsson
Conference contribution
2010

Problems in the onward and upward phase of APS implementation: Why do they occur?

Linea Kjellsdotter, Patrik Jonsson
Paper in proceedings
2010

The potential benefits of advanced planning and scheduling systems in sales and operations planning

Linea Kjellsdotter, Patrik Jonsson
Industrial Management and Data Systems. Vol. 110 (5), p. 659-681
Journal article
2008

Prerequisites for using APS in S&OP and MPS processes

Linea Kjellsdotter, Patrik Jonsson
Paper in proceedings
2007

Applying advanced planning systems for supply chain planning: Three case studies

Patrik Jonsson, Linea Kjellsdotter, Martin Rudberg
International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management. Vol. 37 (10), p. 816-834
Journal article
2007

Integrating the supply chain employing advanced planning systems: Three case studies

Patrik Jonsson, Linea Kjellsdotter, Martin Rudberg
Paper in proceedings