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Henrik Ringsberg

Henrik Ringsberg

Senior Lecturer

Department of Engineering

Mobile: 033-4354510

E-mail: henrik.ringsberg@hb.se

Room number: C310

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Dr Ringsbergs research interests are within the field of supply chain management, with a focus on information and communication technology (ICT) and sustainability. In recent studies, he has focused efficiency and how adoption of ICT can enhance security and sustainability linked to mitigation of the impact of disruptive events. He currently studies traceability of products within distribution through global networks, and sustainable transportation linked to the adoption of High Capacity Transport vehicles, as well as on the capillary road network. His research has been published in Supply chain management: an international journal, British food journal, International Journal of Logistics Management and The International Journal of Higher Education Research. Dr Ringsberg’s research is characterized by a tripple helix approach (conducted in cooperation between the industry, academy and the society), and the qualitative as well as quantitative studies. He received her Ph.D. in Engineering from Lund University of Technology and his MSc. Environmental Engineering from Luleå University of Technology. He teaches and develops undergraduate courses (Master and Bachelor level) in ICT, SCM, and sustainable logistics. 

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Presentations and conference papers (excerpt)

Ringsberg, H. & Lumsden, K. (2016), “Traceability in the Swedish Air freight Industry”, In: Transportation Research Procedia of the 14th World Conference in Transport Research (WCTR) conference in Shanghai, 11-15 July 2016, China. 

Ringsberg, H.A. & Urciuoli, L. (2015), “Consumers’ information preferences for visible traceability information on packages”, In: Proceedings of the 22nd European Operations Management Association (EurOMA) conference -Operation Management for Sustainable Competiveness, (EurOMA 2015), University of  Neuchatel,  Neuchatel, Switzerland.

Ringsberg, H.A. & Lumsden, K. (2015),” Managing Logistics Port operations Based on a standardized framework” - A Cross-Case Analysis”, In: Proceedings of the World Conference in Transport Research (WCTRSIGA2) - The Port and Maritime Sector: Key Developments and Challenges, University of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium.

Urciuoli, L. & Ringsberg, H.A. (2014),” The ingredients of anti-counterfeiting pharma-packages – a survey based on the Kano methodology”, In: Proceedings of the Logistics Research Network (LRN) annual conference, Business School, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, UK.

Ringsberg, H.A. & Zettergren, G. (2013),”Challenges in utilising RFID in inetrnational food supply chains”. In: Proceedings of the 25th Nordic Logistics Research Network (NOFOMA) annual conference, Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden.

Mirzabeiki, V. & Ringsberg, H.A. (2012),”Demand for tracking and tracing information standards in food supply chains”, In: Proceedings of the Logistics Research Network (LRN) annual conference, Cranfield school of Management, Cranfield University, Cranfield, UK.

Ringsberg, H.A. & Jönson, G. (2010),”Perspectives of food supply chain traceability”, In: Proceedings of the World Conference in Transport Research (WCTR), Instituto Superior Técnico (IST), Lisbon, Portugal. 

Mirzabeiki, V., Ringsberg, H.A. and Lumsden, K. (2010),”Effects of using smart goods on traceability information and carried out activities in supply chains of fresh food – a cross case analysis”, In: Proceedings of the 21st Nordic Logistics Research Network (NOFOMA) annual conference, University of Southern Denmark, Kolding, Denmark, pp. 421-436.