Total distribution concept and inteal logistics management

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It is the art of directing the flow of materials and supply products to the user.

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Total distribution concept and inteal logistics management

  1. 1. Students: Erika Villalta Troya Carolina Miranda Cusme Rosa Ramirez Atiencia Gabriela Larrea Teacher: MSc Max Galarza
  2. 2. Total Distribution  It is a recognition that the interrelationships between different elements, for example delivery transport and storage, need to be considered within the context of the broader supply chain.
  3. 3. Total Distribution Concept  It is the art of directing the flow of materials and supply products to the user. It includes the total material flow, from the acquisition of raw materials to the users products supply and information flows that help to control and registration of the movement of materials.
  4. 4. Integral Logistics Management  Integral logistics is the set of techniques and media used to manage the flows of materials and information.
  5. 5. Integral Logistics Management  The logistics management includes the following aspects:  the satisfaction of the needs for goods and services from a customer or market, in quality, quantity, place and time;  maximizing customer satisfaction  flexibility of response  minimizing response times and costs.
  6. 6.  Integral logistics is constituted by the actions and interrelation of logistics: Provisioning Production Storage Distribution
  7. 7. Netgraphy  http://www.monografias.com/trabajos36/logistica/log istica.shtml  http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Administraci%C3%B3n_l og%C3%ADstica  http://www.monografias.com/trabajos915/decisionesdistribucion-logica/decisiones-distribucionlogica.shtml

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