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Logistics Definition of Logistics by Merriam-Webster. Merriam-Webster Logo.
Logistics, which involves such concerns as the delivery of personnel or supplies in an efficient manner, can often employ logic, such as by reasoning out the path least likely to interrupt the flow of a delivery.: As with many other areas of the economy, the digital revolution is having a profound effect on delivery logistics.
LOGISTICS meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
About 3% of his turnover went to paying for logistics and distribution. the logistics of sth His job is to oversee the logistics of the building program. a logistics company/firm/group We hired a logistics company to help us cut costs.
Logistics Wikipedia.
Industrial machinery can typically identify products through either barcode or RFID technologies. Information in traditional bar codes is stored as a sequence of black and white bars varying in width, which when read by laser is translated into a digital sequence, which according to fixed rules can be converted into a decimal number or other data. Sometimes information in a bar code can be transmitted through radio frequency, more typically radio transmission is used in RFID tags. An RFID tag is a card containing a memory chip and an antenna that transmits signals to a reader. RFID may be found on merchandise, animals, vehicles, and people as well. Logistics: profession and organizations edit. A logistician is a professional logistics practitioner. Professional logisticians are often certified by professional associations. One can either work in a pure logistics company, such as a shipping line, airport, or freight forwarder, or within the logistics department of a company. However, as mentioned above, logistics is a broad field, encompassing procurement, production, distribution, and disposal activities. Hence, career perspectives are broad as well. A new trend in the industry is the 4PL, or fourth-party logistics, firms, consulting companies offering logistics services.
logistic Wiktionary.
1 Verhulst does not explain his choice of naming, but he contrasts it with the logarithmic curve also from lógos, and it is presumably by analogy with arithmetic and geometric other divisions of mathematics, as his discussion of arithmetic growth and geometric growth precede his discussion of logistic growth.
Logistic Definition of Logistic by Merriam-Webster. Merriam-Webster Logo.
2: of or relating to logistics a logistic problem. 3 logistic: of, represented by, or relating to a logistic curve a logistic process. Definition of logistic Entry 2 of 2.: Other Words from logistic More Example Sentences Learn More about logistic.

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