Managing the food supply chain in the age of digitalisation : a conceptual approach in the fisheries sector. / Coronado Mondragon, Adrian E; Coronado Mondragon, Christian E; Coronado, Etienne.

In: Production Planning & Control, Vol. 32, No. 3, 01.03.2021, p. 242-255.

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Managing the food supply chain in the age of digitalisation : a conceptual approach in the fisheries sector. / Coronado Mondragon, Adrian E; Coronado Mondragon, Christian E; Coronado, Etienne.

In: Production Planning & Control, Vol. 32, No. 3, 01.03.2021, p. 242-255.

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Coronado Mondragon, Adrian E ; Coronado Mondragon, Christian E ; Coronado, Etienne. / Managing the food supply chain in the age of digitalisation : a conceptual approach in the fisheries sector. In: Production Planning & Control. 2021 ; Vol. 32, No. 3. pp. 242-255.

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