Logistics is the flow of funds, goods and information between origin and consumption. Logistics involves information, material handling, production, packaging, inventory, transportation, warehousing and often security.
“Do you think there are some people I should meet?”
Those were the famous last words uttered by Dr. Marta Andrecka to CIPS Global Board of Trustee member, Craig Lardner, before departing for her holiday to Australia.
Sixty NSW CIPS Australasia members and friends attended the Supplier Diversity in Action event on Thursday, which focused on opportunities to support social enterprises procurement initiatives.
Over 90 individuals and 30 organisations involved so far
Tuesday 04 April 2017
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... [A] well-managed reverse logistics system allows the company to retain contact with customers and derive valuable feedback from them (O’Connell, 2007).
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