Business Logistics Management
Logistics refers to integration of information, transportation, inventory, warehousing, freight forwarding and packaging, and in some cases security. Logistics is a part of the supply chain that adds the value of time and space to it.
Logistics management, as a role in the supply chain, is in charge with designing, implementing, controlling, and enhancing the efficiency of all processes associated with efficient product storage and forward or backward flow, providing services or related information from production to point of use to meets the needs of customers.
It is always easier to provide all of the commercial logistics services in the supply chain by a single company rather than negotiating with several companies.
- road and rail transportation
- sea transportation
- Air transportation
- Multi-modal transportation
- Internal and external transit