Overlapping Business Risk Management for Supply Chains
High complexity in automotive logistic networks due to increasing customer individualization and increasing implementation of lean management approaches in procurement and production lead to a high traffic load in particular of the transport mode road.
The development of new integrated planning processes in the project InTerTrans already created a potential to decrease the traffic load and therefore also the emission of carbon dioxide. However, this proven potential is influenced negatively by the occurrence of risks along the integrated planning process. These risks usually result in interruptions or failures.
A systematic risk management consisting of logistic-oriented risk assessment and a conscious handling of risks with consequences regarding traffic with suitable proactive and reactive measures show research gaps. The project InKoRISK – integrated termination and transport planning supported by a collaborative risk management in the automotive industry – fills these gaps.