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Logistics Summary

Logistics - a practical approach Part 1: The foundations of Logistics Chapter 1: Introduding Logistics - Logistics is more than just Transportation - Involves aspects like procurement (Beschaffung), sourcing, planning, storing, control and distribution (Verteilung/Austeilung) - Shift towards placing production in Central Europe b/c production is cheaper - Delivery: customer gets what he ordered, where he wants it and at the right time, not too early & not too late ...

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D.H.L Logistics

A.I.L.S Project D.H.L Logistics Vinith perla 0901AEET012 Company profile : DHL Express is a division of the German logistics company Deutsche Post providing international express mail services. Deutsche Post is the world's largest logistics company operating in all four corners of the globe. DHL is a world market leader in sea and air mail. Originally founded in 1969 to deliver documents between San Francisco and Honolulu, the company expanded its service...

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Reverse Logistics

STUDY OF REVERSE LOGISTICS: A comparative study of LPG Agencies in Urban and Rural areas Synopsis Submitted to the D.Y. Patil University In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the Degree of MASTERS OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Submitted by: BHAVIKA MISTRY (Roll.No.013007) To, Research Guide Sir Manish Rai School of Management D.Y. Patil University CBD Belapur, Navi Mumbai SEPTEMBER 2014 SYNOPSIS APPROVAL FORM ...

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Marketing and Logistics

marketing and major logistics objectives. Although marketing and logistics can be classified as two totally different subjects in the University, there are a lot of similarities, and undoubtedly, some critical differences. In this article, I will begin by discussing the similarities and differences between major marketing and logistics objectives, followed by some other discussion on warehousing and inventory management issues. First of all, one of the major objectives of both logistics and marketing...

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Dch Logistics

DCH Logistics Planning for La Cafetière What are the advantages of having a bonded Warehouse and how can it help in doing international business? A Bonded Warehousing can be defined as storage, manipulation, or further manufacturing of dutiable goods in a building or other secured area without the payment of duty on it. Advantage: Goods can stay in a bonded warehouse for an unlimited period of time, and no import duties and VAT will have to be paid until the moment they are actually imported...

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"Inbound Logistics

Inbound Logistics is the flow of product into a production unit or warehouse and has not traditionally been the responsibility of a single individual. Production, procurement and supply chain have all played a part but the end result can be unsatisfactory. The start of the supply chain is all-important. Quality of service provision inbound can be the difference between a successful sales promotions or a repackaged product being delivered late and left on the shelf. It can make or break the sales...

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Trends of Logistics

student.They are talking about the new trends of logistics areas.The useful words which may be involved in the dialog are as follows.Please try to design the dialog. J(John) T(Tom) T: Hello Mr.Jonh,these days I have read some books on the the trends of logistics in the future.But I found that articles about the field is not as enough as I expected. I think the problem has an important significance for the future development of logistics. So I would like to ask your opinion about this...

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Logistics Management

Principles of Logistics Management Istanbul 2012 12.12.2012 2 Logistics Management • Logistics is the art and science of managing and controlling the flow of goods, energy, information and other resources from the source of production to the marketplace. • Logistics Management is the process of planning, implementing and controlling the efficient, effective flow and storage of goods, services, and related information from point of origin to point of consumption for the purpose...

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Relief Logistics

Relief Logistics What is it? The basic task of a logistics system is to deliver the appropriate supplies, in good condition, in the quantities required, and at the places and time they are needed. In reality, relief logistics is a systems exercise, which involves a performance that is coordinated and integrated from wide group of specialists. Much of this activity, particularly the work of the control and support staff, is hardly visible to the outsider. Mainly relief logistics is concerned...

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E-Logistics

logistics structures the supply network around three main factors: the flow of materials, the flow of information and the time taken to respond to demand from source of supply. The scope of the network extends from the ‘focal firm’ in darker red at the centre across supplier and customer interfaces, and therefore typically stretches across functions, organisations and borders. The network is best seen as a system of interdependent processes, where actions in one part affect those of all others...

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