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1. Title:Logistic Core Operations with SAP: Procurement, Production and Distribution Logistics

Author: Jens Kappauf, Bernd Lauterbach, Matthias Koch (auth.)

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Publisher:Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg





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