Focus and Scope
Peer Review Process
Open Access Policy
Asian Journal of Logistics Management (AJLM) aims to be the media for publishing empirical and practical issues related to Logistics and Supply Chain Management studies. Researchers and practitioners are welcome to submit manuscripts on some topics including but are not limited to: Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Export and Import Management, Warehouse Management, Inventory Management, Global Logistics, Urban Logistics, Retail Logistics, Green Logistics, Transportation Management, Humanitarian Logistics, Ocean Logistics, Logistics Administration, Occupational Health and Safety, Marketing Management, Human Resource Management, and Finance Management.
All review that have been submitted in AJLM will go through Initial Review Process by Editorial Board. The articles then will be sent to the peer reviewer to go through Double-Blind Peer Review Process. Reviews take approximately 2 months from the first submission. Articles that do not meet focus and scopes, do not conform to submission guidelines, and shows lack of English presentation will be returned to the author for editing process. All submitted manuscripts to Asian Journal of Logistics Management (AJLM) are checked to plagiarism using Turnitin.
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
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Publisher: Bachelor of Applied Logistics Management and Administration Program, Department of Business and Finance, Vocational Collage, Diponegoro University
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