Logistics and Supply Chain Management

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Effective development and management of supply chain networks helps businesses cut costs and enhance customer value. This updated 5th edition is a clear guide to all the key topics in an integrated approach to supply chains. As well as new and updated examples and case studies, there are two new chapters: Routes to Market: Many companies now have to manage multiple distribution channels – this chapter covers strategic issues on how companies “go to market” along with the cost implications of using alternative channels. Service Logistics: As companies begin to sell performance rather than physical product, this chapter explores the implications for logistics management as the need to provide higher levels of service and customer support becomes ever more critical.

The main aim of Logistics is full customer satisfaction. Supply chain refers to a large network of organisations that work collaboratively to deliver products from a supplier to a customer. Logistics Management, on the other hand, is the coordination and moving of resources, and forms part of the supply chain.

This sector is also responsible for storing goods, managing inventory, and handling the flow of products being received on-site and transported to the consumers. Major Requirements. As a logistics and supply chain management student, you will begin your major with a series classes from throughout Miller College of Business, giving you a background in management, marketing, accounting, finance and insurance, and information systems and operations management. Supply-chain management has been defined as the "design, planning, execution, control, and monitoring of supply-chain activities with the objective of creating net value, building a competitive infrastructure, leveraging worldwide logistics, synchronizing supply with demand and measuring performance globally". which occur during the goods/information flow throughout the supply chain.