Logistics and Distribution Management

Logistics is a logical extension for support and secure movement of goods along with production planning, distribution of product or commodities with proper network design, connectivities between production plants and warehouses, inventory management, packaging and material handling etc. to achieve an effective product or commodities distribution system.  Logistics is defined as the process of planning, implementing and controlling the efficient, cost effective flow and storage of raw materials, in process inventory, finished goods and related information from point of origin to point of consumption for the purpose of confirming consumer requirements. Logistics can also be defined as the design and operation of the physical, managerial and informational system needed to allow goods to overcome time and pace.  Many organizations or industries that need huge quantities of materials (raw materials or/and ready to use products) are required to be transported and stored in warehouses locate

Careers in Logistics & Supply Chain

Functions OF A Dry Port (ICD)

Importance And Scope Of Modern Logistics Infrastructures

Importance and Process of Quality Control and Pre Shipment Inspection in Export

How Logistics And Supply Chain Are Backbone Of The Economy

Letter Of Credit- Less Risk And Popular Mode Of Payment For Exporters

Documents For Export And Custom Clearence

Basic Documents For Export Procedures

Documentations For Export Procedures

Exim Bank And Its Functions