logistics

(redirected from E-logistics)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.

logistics

the functions involved in moving raw materials and components into the firm, the movement of work-in-progress and stocks within the firm and the movement of finished products out of the firm. See MATERIALS MANAGEMENT, MATERIALS REQUIREMENT PLANNING, STOCK CONTROL, DISTRIBUTION, MARKETING LOGISTICS.
References in periodicals archive ?
Keywords: business models, logistics sector, e-services, e-logistics, cluster analysis, correspondents analysis.
In addition, the use of the e-logistics network will enable Kuehne + Nagel to increase operational efficiency and real time transparency along the transport chain.
Lumensoft Technologies went for gold in the e-Logistics category with Infotech Group taking the silver in the Financial Apps category and Engro-Orix taking the silver in the E Inclusion & E-Community category.
The e-logistics system presented in this paper, see Figure 2, is a web-based system designed for a SME freight forwarder in Hong Kong.
The e-logistics platform is aimed at improving the transparency and the exchange of information about the contents and safety of containers.
WHEN E-LOGISTICS AND E-PROCUREMENT TECHNOLOGIES entered the marketplace a few years ago, they did so amidst great fanfare and high expectations.
Indeed, less glamorous, but nonetheless critical, back-end e-logistics processes, such as inventory and warehouse management, are becoming the key differentiators of success in the online arena.
efoodmanager AG, a provider of e-commerce systems for the European food industry, has signed a partnership agreement with the e-logistics solutions supplier Escate AG.
Its E-ventures group is working on e-logistics fulfillment solutions to meet the needs of small and mid-size customers.
DiMaggio goes on to explain that e-Logistics has been shielded from the bust due to "a balanced client list of both B2B and B2C customers, both bricks-and-mortar companies and e-companies.
Under the partnership the companies will integrate AspenTech's supply chain optimisation systems with Optimum's e-logistics technology.
Participants will study not only the fundamentals of the new networked economy but also best practices in e-logistics from industry leaders.