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Framework for the analysis of grocery teleshopping Marker, John T Jr ; Goulias, Konstadinos

By: Marker, John T JrContributor(s): Goulias, KonstadinosPublication details: Transportation Research Record, 2000Description: nr 1725, s. 1-8Subject(s): USA | Telecommunication | Household | Trade | Transport | Planning | Delivery | 12 | 11Bibl.nr: VTI P8167:1725Location: Abstract: Household replenishment and consumer direct--two closely related and developing forms of teleshopping that are emerging as strategies within the broader realm of supply chain management--could have an impact on behavior related to grocery shopping trips, as well as on commercial development. In concept, household replenishment and consumer direct are the businesses of delivering groceries to households through various means. These grocery delivery systems have the potential to change household activity behavior, which could result in numerous changes throughout the transportation network. An examination of the relevant issues surrounding implementation of household replenishment and consumer direct, and an analysis of their potential impact on transportation systems planning, are provided. A conceptual framework for modeling changes in business and household behavior is also offered.
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Household replenishment and consumer direct--two closely related and developing forms of teleshopping that are emerging as strategies within the broader realm of supply chain management--could have an impact on behavior related to grocery shopping trips, as well as on commercial development. In concept, household replenishment and consumer direct are the businesses of delivering groceries to households through various means. These grocery delivery systems have the potential to change household activity behavior, which could result in numerous changes throughout the transportation network. An examination of the relevant issues surrounding implementation of household replenishment and consumer direct, and an analysis of their potential impact on transportation systems planning, are provided. A conceptual framework for modeling changes in business and household behavior is also offered.

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