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Title: Revisiting the resource-based view on logistics performance in the shipping industry
Authors: Chung-Shang YANG
Taih-CHerng LIRN
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:航運管理學系
Keywords: Resource-based view
Container shipping
Data-driven logistics
Logistics service capabilities
Value-added logistics
Date: 2017-04
Issue Date: 2018-12-07T01:52:30Z
Publisher: International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management (SSCI)
Abstract: Abstract: Purpose
The purpose of this paper is to evaluate empirically the impact of intrafirm resources, interfirm relationships, and logistics service capabilities on logistics performance (LP) in the context of container logistics.
Design/methodology/approach
Factor analysis was employed to identify the key intrafirm resources (i.e. tangible assets and intangible assets), interfirm relationships (i.e. communication (COM) and long-term relationships), logistics service capabilities (i.e. service efficiency, service reliability, service flexibility, and value-added service), and LP dimensions. Data were collected from a survey of container shipping service providers, and were analyzed by a structural equation model to test the research hypotheses.
Findings
The findings show that interfirm relationships and logistics service capabilities act as mediator variables between intrafirm resources and LP.
Research limitations/implications
The results of this research support the application of the general theory on firm-level performance and the resource-based view (RBV) as a lens through which LP can be achieved via logistics service capabilities. In addition, the findings lend empirical support to the capability-building view, which asserts the importance of resource investment and relationship maintenance, and the development of distinctive capabilities to enhance performance.
Practical implications
Container logistics operators should not view their intrafirm resources (including logistics information technology and teamwork organizational culture) or interfirm relationships (including informal COM with key stakeholders and evergreen relationship with key stakeholders) separately; instead, a systems approach should be used.
Originality/value
This research updates the RBV theory by clearly indicating that the overall performance of shipping firms cannot be decided solely by the firm’s own resources. Interfirm relationships and logistics service capabilities are found to be powerful moderators which help shipping firms allocate their resources effectively and thus improve their LP.
Relation: 47(49) pp.884-905
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/51563
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