Definitions for "logistics"
The management of business operations, such as the acquisition, storage, transportation...
That branch of the military art which embraces the details of moving and supplying armies. The meaning of the word is by some writers extended to include strategy.
The planning and coordination of the movement of materials, and other details of any large activity, such as a business or a political campaign.
Term used for the process of gathering, managing, and moving equipment and people.
The overallĀ ; management of the way resources are moved to the areas where they are required.
The flow of materials and services and the communications necessary to manage that flow.
Technique for stock throughout specialist cargo protection is available to cover physical loss
Support services to stevedores and the storage and supply of cargoes on the port.
Activities of distribution involved in the physical relocation of products.
Logistics relates to the processes of obtaining and distributing the materiel required to support operational systems.
see physical distribution.
stock (GB) - inventory (US)
organizing and tracking inventory of both materials and finished goods for efficient shipping of orders and reorders
All activities involved in the management of product movement, including delivering the right product from the right origin to the right destination, with the right quality and quantity, at the optimal schedule and price.
process of moving food, ammunition, weapons etc around so that soldiers have them in the right place at the right time
the technical activities necessary to make humanitarian work possible
a major global presence in the industry with agencies in Europe, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, North and South America
Keywords:  usa, inc, truck, division
a division of USA Truck, Inc
Keywords:  plot, staff, story, statistics, game
The staff member in charge of maintaining all in-game information and statistics, though not the story. The story is maintained by plot.
A system of arithmetic, in which numbers are expressed in a scale of 60; logistic arithmetic.
The time-related positioning of resources to meet user requirements. It includes the increasingly complex information, communication and control systems required in today's business environment.
The planning and carrying out of a complex plan, usually involving moving material and people from one location to another.