10 Unit Credit Values
- Key Requirements of Logistics Management: Customer requirements, lead times, distribution networks, communications, cost implications, added value activities
- Setting up a Logistic Operation: Hub and spoke operations, outsourcing, locations, transport legislation, technology, equipment
- Benefits of Different Transport Modes
- Methods of Rationalising Logistic Operations: The benefits and risks associated with rationalisation activities, distribution networks, route optimisation
- Technology in Logistics: 3PL and centralisation of activities, Software application to support the centralisation of processes, Route optimisation software, vehicle management system, RFID and EDI applications
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