RE: What is the meaning of logistics?

where this word used and how it a part of transportation.

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MuserIndia Default Asked on March 8, 2018 in Businesses.
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The word “logistics” comes from the  French word logistique, from loger ‘to lodge’  in late 19th century in English.

According to the Oxford dictionary  “Logistics” mens the detailed organization and implementation of a complex operation.

For example: “the logistics of a large-scale rock show demand certain necessities”

* ” the activity of organizing the movement, equipment, and accommodation of troops.”
noun: logistics

* ” the commercial activity of transporting goods to customers.”
“our fleet vehicle management system enables logistics firms to track deliveries using satellite technology”

synonyms of the word logistics: organization, planning, plans, management, arrangement, administration, masterminding, direction, orchestration, regimentation, engineering, coordination, execution, handling, running; strategy, tactics

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