Summary Logistics: principles and practice

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ISBN-10 9081649116 ISBN-13 9789081649117
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This is the summary of the book "Logistics: principles and practice". The author(s) of the book is/are H M Visser, A R van Goor Dutch. The ISBN of the book is 9789081649117 or 9081649116. This summary is written by students who study efficient with the Study Tool of Study Smart With Chris.

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Summary - Logistics: principles and practice

  • 1 Logistics subsystems

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  • Wat houdt logistiek in?

    Het managen van de goederenstroom

  • Uit welke onderdelen bestaat het material management  ?

    Supplier raw materials+semi finished products and production planning & process

  • waaruit bestaat physical distribution managment?

    • inventory finished product
    • wholesaler
    • Retailer
    • Consumer
  • Waaruit bestaat material managment?

    • supplier raw materials + semi finished products
    • production planning production process
  • Uit welke onderdelen bestaat het Physical distribution management?

    inventory, wholesaler, retailer and consumer

  • 1.1 introduction to logistics

  • What problems organizations encouter due to suppliers?

    Delivering goods late; delivering the wrong goods; delivering a shipment to the wrong adress; providing bad service after the goods have arrived

  • What problems do organizations encouter due to their own fault?

    Bad lay-out in the warehouse; inventory fails to correspond with its administration; machines kept idle because they lack raw materials

  • What four problems do organizations face due to their suppliers?
    Delivering goods late 
    Delivering the wrong goods 
    delivering a shipment to the wrong address
    providing bad service after the goods have arrived
  • What problems do organizations encouter due to their clients?

    complaining about missing goods on delivery; refusing to pay because of a lack in the order

  • What three problems do organizations face duo to their own fault?
    Bad layout in the warehouse 
    inventory fails to correspond with its administration
    machines kept idle because they lack raw materials
  • What 2 problems do organizations face due to their clients?
    Complaining about missing goods on delivery 
    refusing to pay, because the orde is incomplete
  • What is logistics?
    Logistics entails the organization, planning, control and execution of the flow of goods through the supply chain.
  • 1.2 Historical development of logistics

  • Out of which flows does the discipline of logistics exist?
    The flow of goods
    the flow of data
    the flow of money
  • 1.3 logistics subsystems

  • What is the best way to represent a physical flow? And how does it work?
    A black box. 
    Something goes in on one side and something with added value comes out on the other side.
  • What is business logistics?
    Business logistics is the general term for all activities performed to control the incoming and outgoing flow of goods.
  • What is material management?
    Material management compromises all activities undertaken to feed the efficient flow of raw materials and semi-finished products.
  • What is physical distribution?
    Physical distribution is all about the flow of goods and the accompanying flow of data, that starts at the end of the production process and ends at the customer.
  • Out of which four subsystems does material management exist?
    1. Purchasing
    2. Inventory control of raw materials, resources and semi-finished products
    3. Production planning and managing the execution of plans
    4. Materials handling
  • What are the three subsystems of physical distribution?
    1. Inventory control of finished products
    2. Decisions regarding warehousing and depots
    3. External transport
  • What are inventory costs and what are transport costs?
    Inventory costs are the interest costs related to capital tied up in present inventory.
    transport costs are costs referring to the external transport between manufacturer, wholesaler and retailer.
  • What 5 costs does material management has?
    1. Investments in inventory
    2. Materials handling
    3. Production planning and control
    4. Purchasing
    5. Other
  • What 4 costs does physical distribution has?
    1. Inventory costs
    2. Transport costs
    3. Warehouse costs
    4. Other, administration
  • In which two subsystems can we divide material management?
    Supply logistics and production logistics
  • What is reverse logistics?
    The return flow of the complete cycle.
  • What has to be in the place of the numbers 1,2,3 and 4?
    1=supply logistics
    2=production logistics
    3=distribution logistics
    4=reverse logistics
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