Definición de logistics en inglés:

logistics

Silabificación: lo·gis·tics
Pronunciación: /ləˈjistiks
 
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sustantivo

[treated as singular or plural]
1The detailed coordination of a complex operation involving many people, facilities, or supplies: the logistics and costs of a vaccination campaign
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Take, for instance this statement in my letter detailing the logistics.
  • A pilot study provides the researcher with experiential logistics from actual procedural implementation.
  • The costs and logistics involved in caring for children under two has meant far fewer places for this age group and a longer wait for young families.
Sinónimos
organization, planning, plans, management, arrangement, administration, orchestration, coordination, execution, handling, running
1.1 Military The organization of moving, housing, and supplying troops and equipment.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He taught himself about the use of modern artillery, logistics, military organisation and strategy.
  • The ending of the Cold War has had profound effects upon the philosophy of, and approach to, military logistics.
  • The logistics of moving the troops and equipment is not what takes the most time in this process.
1.2The commercial activity of transporting goods to customers: [as modifier]: Germany’s largest beverage logistics organization
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The second challenge is associated with the need to maximize the total capacity of the transport and logistics business through performance capability.
  • After five years, he had managed to negotiate a merger with another transport and logistics group, Ocean.
  • It houses customer service, logistics, storage, administration, accounts and support for online sales and enquiries.

Origen

late 19th century (in the sense 'movement and supplying of troops and equipment'): from French logistique, from loger 'lodge'.

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