[ US /ɫəˈdʒɪstɪks/ ]
[ UK /ləd‍ʒˈɪstɪks/ ]
  1. handling an operation that involves providing labor and materials be supplied as needed
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How To Use logistics In A Sentence

  • Moreover, for logistics companies there are considerable long-term questions over the economic and environmental sustainability of home delivery. Times, Sunday Times
  • Further development of reversible clothing and equipment covers will reduce the logistics burden, increase mission flexibility and reduce procurement costs.
  • What is happening at Widnes was held up as the model for future logistics hubs across the entire UK. Times, Sunday Times
  • Now the company wants to extend that marketing and logistics savvy to beef and pork.
  • The logistics of buses and tour guides in each area is still being sorted out but the idea is rolling out with enthusiasts in each town planting heritage roses around tourism sites.
  • With the deepening of grain circulating system innovation, grain logistics' development becomes emergency.
  • Showed that actual performance of reparable spares at the air logistics centers is much worse than planned performance because of understating cycle times for spares during planning processes.
  • Some call it a slick logistics firm that just happens to be shipping phones. Times, Sunday Times
  • And I don’t understand why any individual not a participant or closely attached to a participant would suffer through the logistics of attending such anevent. The Volokh Conspiracy » My Curmudgeonly Take on the Olympics
  • Logistics in the automotive industry is at a crossroads.
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