Logistic Management: The Concepts Of Logistics In Supply Chain Management

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Logistic management is that part of a supply chain management that does the planning, implementing and controlling the efficient, effective, forward and reverse flow including the storage of goods services plus the related information to meet the customer’s needs between the point of origin and the final point of consumption
Logistic and infrastructure
Infrastructure encompasses highways, roads, bridges, airports, ports (mass transit), water supply, water resources, solid waste treatment, waste water management, electric power generation and transmission. Also included is the telecommunications and hazardous waste management. The infrastructure development is key in analyzing the growth process therefore proper and adequate infrastructure facilitates economic
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Reverse logistics are all operations that relate to the reuse of product and materials. This may include the management of surpluses and goods that are returned to vendors by the buyers. It is the process of moving goods from the final destination with the sole purpose of capturing value or proper disposal.
Green logistics are all the attempts that are made with a view of measuring and minimizing the ecological impact of logistic activities.
RAM logistic which is also referred to as logistic engineering and it combines both the business logistic and military logistic for its involved with highly complicated technological systems where reliability, availability and maintainability are key.
Asset control logistic which are also known as humanitarian logistics. This are specific time critical modes of transport used to move goods swiftly in case of an emergency. This can result from a production delay, telecommunication failure. Emergency logistic services are typically sourced from specialist provider
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