Vol. 9 Núm. 1 (2018): REVISTA AGLALA
Artículos Cientificos

La colaboración horizontal entre proveedores de servicios logísticos en el caribe colombiano: un enfoque cualitativo

Vladimir Balza-Franco
Universidad de Magdalena
Jaider Vega-Jurado
Universidad del Norte
Publicado December 10, 2018
Palabras clave
  • Colaboración horizontal,
  • proveedores de servicios logísticos,
  • enfoque cualitativo
Cómo citar
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Balza-Franco, V. y Vega-Jurado, J. 2018. La colaboración horizontal entre proveedores de servicios logísticos en el caribe colombiano: un enfoque cualitativo. Aglala. 9, 1 (dic. 2018), 285-308. DOI:https://doi.org/10.22519/22157360.1201.

Resumen

Mediante una aproximación cualitativa, este documento explora las potenciales relaciones colaborativas entre proveedores de servicios logísticos, en el contexto del Caribe colombiano.  La investigación se apoyó en una serie de entrevistas realizadas en España y Colombia a académicos y gerentes de operadores logísticos.  A partir del análisis cruzado de la literatura y la información de las entrevistas, se sintetizan propuestas teóricas que explican las barreras a la colaboración horizontal percibidas por los gerentes en el contexto de operadores logísticos.  Como conclusión, la percepción de la razón beneficio/riesgo es el mecanismo de toma de decisión más utilizado por gerentes de logística ante la posibilidad de entrar en una alianza colaborativa.

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