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Contemporary Logistics, Murphy, 2018, 12th Edition - Quiz Answer - Chapter 4

MBA Logistics and SCM

LOGISTICS, GLOBAL LOGISTICS, SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 2016-2018

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Logistis, Global Logistics, International Logistics, Supply Chain Management

CHAPTER 4: ORGANIZATIONAL AND MANGERIAL ISSUES IN LOGISTICS

 

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CHAPTER 4: ORGANIZATIONAL AND MANGERIAL ISSUES IN LOGISTICS

 

Multiple Choice Questions (correct answers are bolded)

 

  1. ___________ and ___________ are the two basic organizational structures associated with logistics.

 

  1. Centralized; hierarchical
  2. Fragmented; centralized
  3. Fragmented; unified
  4. Unified; hierarchical

 

[LO 4.1:  To explain organizational structure for logistics; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. In a ___________ logistics structure, logistics activities are managed in multiple departments throughout an organization.

 

  1. unified
  2. fragmented
  3. decentralized
  4. matrix

 

[LO 4.1:  To explain organizational structure for logistics; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. One problem with a ___________ logistics structure is that because logistics activities are scattered throughout a firm, they likely remain subservient to the objectives of the department in which they are housed.

 

  1. fragmented
  2. matrix
  3. decentralized
  4. hierarchical

 

[LO 4.1:  To explain organizational structure for logistics; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. In a ___________ logistics structure, multiple logistics activities are combined into, and managed as, a single department.

 

  1. hierarchical
  2. centralized
  3. matrix
  4. unified

[LO 4.1:  To explain organizational structure for logistics; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. A ___________ logistics organization implies that the corporation maintains a single logistics department that administers the related activities for the entire company from the home office.

 

  1. centralized
  2. hierarchical
  3. unified
  4. command-and-control

 

[LO 4.1:  To explain organizational structure for logistics; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. A(n) ___________ logistics organization means that logistics-related decisions are made separately at the divisional or product group level.

 

  1. fragmented
  2. decentralized
  3. flexible
  4. agile

 

[LO 4.1:  To explain organizational structure for logistics; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. A primary advantage of ___________ logistics is its relative efficiency, whereas a primary advantage of ___________ logistics is its customer responsiveness.

 

  1. unified; fragmented
  2. unified; decentralized
  3. centralized; decentralized
  4. fragmented; centralized

 

[LO 4.1:  To explain organizational structure for logistics; Difficult; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Which of the following is an advantage of a decentralized logistics organization?

 

  1. It can be less expensive than a centralized organization.
  2. There are good opportunities for freight consolidation.
  3. There is better control over company data.
  4. It can be responsive to customer service requirements.

 

[LO 4.1:  To explain organizational structure for logistics; Difficult; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Which of the following is an advantage of a centralized logistics organization?

 

  1. It can be less expensive than a decentralized organization.
  2. It has good opportunities for freight consolidation.
  3. It can be responsive to customer service requirements.
  4. It is easier to manage than a decentralized organization.

 

[LO 4.1:  To explain organizational structure for logistics; Difficult; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. ___________ organizational design has its foundations in the command-and-control military operation, where decision making and communication often follow a top-down flow.

 

  1. Centralized
  2. Unified
  3. Matrix
  4. Hierarchical

 

[LO 4.2:  To compare traditional and contemporary organizational design for logistics; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. A ___________ organizational design attempts to create an organization that is responsive to the parameters of the contemporary business environment.

 

  1. matrix
  2. network
  3. decentralized
  4. unified

 

[LO 4.2:  To compare traditional and contemporary organizational design for logistics; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. A key attribute of network organizational design is a shift from ___________ to ___________.

 

  1. function; process
  2. centralization; decentralization
  3. process; function
  4. decentralization; centralization

 

[LO 4.2:  To compare traditional and contemporary organizational design for logistics; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. ___________ refers to satisfying current and emerging customer needs.

 

  1. Responsiveness
  2. Flexibility
  3. Relevancy
  4. Accommodation

 

[LO 4.2:  To compare traditional and contemporary organizational design for logistics; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. ___________ can be defined as an organization’s ability to address unexpected operational situations.

 

  1. Relevancy
  2. Flexibility
  3. Accommodation
  4. Responsiveness

 

[LO 4.2:  To compare traditional and contemporary organizational design for logistics; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. ___________ refers to the amount of output divided by the amount of input.

 

  1. Control
  2. Monitoring
  3. Productivity
  4. Input–output analysis

 

[LO 4.3:  To identify productivity issues and improvement efforts in logistics; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Productivity improvement efforts in logistics are often directed toward ___________.

 

  1. reducing input while increasing output
  2. increasing output by a greater percentage than inputs are increased
  3. reducing input while holding output constant
  4. increasing output while holding input constant

 

[LO 4.3:  To identify productivity issues and improvement efforts in logistics; Moderate; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. What is the most important purpose of warehouse work rules?

 

  1. to control pilferage
  2. to keep employees from engaging in unproductive and potentially destructive activities
  3. to protect companies from union grievance procedures
  4. to give managers control over warehouse workers

 

[LO 4.3:  To identify productivity issues and improvement efforts in logistics; Difficult; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. What major retailer has been testing drones within its warehouses as a potential solution to enhance productivity?

 

  1. Amazon
  2. Home Depot
  3. Walmart
  4. Target

 

[LO 4.3:  To identify productivity issues and improvement efforts in logistics; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. A ___________ is a device used to monitor and control the actions taken by a driver and his/her vehicle.

 

  1. tachograph
  2. tachometer
  3. speedometer
  4. regulator

 

[LO 4.3:  To identify productivity issues and improvement efforts in logistics; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. ___________ refers to an organization making their unused resources available to other organizations.

 

  1. Sharing economy
  2. Flexibility
  3. Responsiveness
  4. Excess capacity

 

[LO 4.3:  To identify productivity issues and improvement efforts in logistics; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. ___________ is a set of generic standards used to document, implement, and demonstrate quality management and assurance systems.

 

  1. Benchmarking
  2. Six Sigma
  3. ISO 9000
  4. ISO 14000

 

[LO 4.4:  To discuss quality issues in logistics; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The quality concept that emphasizes the elimination of business errors is known as ___________.

 

  1. the Lean approach
  2. Six Sigma
  3. benchmarking
  4. zero tolerance

 

[LO 4.4:  To discuss quality issues in logistics; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. ___________ refers to the integration of Six Sigma and the Lean approach.

 

  1. ISO 9000
  2. Quality management
  3. Supply chain management
  4. Lean Six Sigma

 

[LO 4.4:  To discuss quality issues in logistics; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. What is a key difference between IS0 9000 and the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award?

 

  1. Only the Baldrige Award focuses on quality.
  2. The Baldrige Award is more externally focused than is ISO 9000.
  3. ISO 9000 is more externally focused than the Baldrige Award.
  4. ISO 9000 focuses more on lean practices than does the Baldrige Award.

 

[LO 4.4:  To discuss quality issues in logistics; Difficult; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The ___________ has been established to identify uncertainty sources that can affect the risk exposure for logistics activities.

 

  1. Perfect Order
  2. Logistics Uncertainty Pyramid Model
  3. Department of Homeland Security
  4. Logistics Risk Factor

 

[LO 4.5:  To report on programs designed to lessen the impact of terrorism on logistics systems; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. From a logistics perspective, two of most important government agencies incorporated into the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) were the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and ___________.

 

  1. Department of Transportation
  2. Federal Maritime Commission
  3. Surface Transportation Board
  4. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

 

[LO 4.5: To report on programs designed to lessen the impact of terrorism on logistics systems; Difficult; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The ___________ is responsible for the security of the U.S. transportation system.

 

  1. Department of Commerce
  2. Department of Transportation
  3. Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
  4. U.S. State Department

 

[LO 4.5: To report on programs designed to lessen the impact of terrorism on logistics systems; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. ___________ refers to a program where public and private organizations work together to prevent terrorism against the United States.

           

  1. Container Security Initiative (CSI)
  2. Importer Security Filing (ISF) rule
  3. Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT)
  4. Securing America’s Borders (SAB)

 

[LO 4.5: To report on programs designed to lessen the impact of terrorism on logistics systems; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The Importer Security Filing (ISF) rule requires importers to file ___________ pieces of information and carriers to file ___________ pieces of information.

 

  1. 10; 2
  2. 5; 5
  3. 2; 10
  4. 4; 8

 

[LO 4.5: To report on programs designed to lessen the impact of terrorism on logistics systems; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Which of the following statements is false?

 

  1. Pilferage refers to employee theft.
  2. The time and costs associated with theft aren’t always covered by insurance.
  3. Some organizations avoid locating their facilities in areas characterized by high crime rates.
  4. Theft refers to stolen merchandise worth more than $500.

 

[LO 4.6:  To describe ways to manage theft and pilferage; Difficult; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The materials stolen in ___________ are usually for the employee’s own use.

 

  1. theft
  2. demurrage
  3. non-monetary compensation
  4. pilferage

 

[LO 4.6: To describe ways to manage theft and pilferage; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. What is the primary difference between pilferage and theft?

 

  1. There is no difference between the two terms.
  2. Pilferage involves a firm’s own employees, while theft involves efforts from outsiders.
  3. Theft refers to stolen merchandise worth more than $500.
  4. Pilferage refers to stolen merchandise worth more than $500.

 

[LO 4.6: To describe ways to manage theft and pilferage; Difficult; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Approximately ___________ percent of all pirate attacks in recent years have involved petroleum tankers.

 

  1. 40
  2. 30
  3. 20
  4. 10

 

[LO 4.6: To describe ways to manage theft and pilferage; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

34 The concept of logistics social responsibility, or corporate social responsibility issues that relate directly to logistics, did not emerge until which decade?

 

  1. 1970s
  2. 1980s
  3. 1990s
  4. 2000s

 

[LO 4.7:  To review the concept of logistics social responsibility; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The two areas in logistics systems where most energy costs occur are ___________ and ___________.

 

  1. warehousing; transportation
  2. packaging; transportation
  3. materials handling; packaging
  4. warehousing; materials handling

 

[LO 4.7: To review the concept of logistics social responsibility; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. With respect to the design of warehouses, one suggestion for energy savings is to make sure that dock doors are not placed on the ___________ side of a building.

 

  1. west
  2. east
  3. north
  4. south

 

[LO 4.7: To review the concept of logistics social responsibility; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Transportation accounts for approximately ___________ of all petroleum consumption in the United States.

 

  1. three-quarters
  2. two-thirds
  3. one-half
  4. one-third

 

[LO 4.7: To review the concept of logistics social responsibility; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Which of the following is not one of the three critical factors associated with the process of managing returned goods?

 

  1. why products are returned
  2. whether returned goods should be managed internally or outsourced to a third party
  3. how to optimize reverse logistics
  4. how many products are returned

 

[LO 4.7: To review the concept of logistics social responsibility; Difficult; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. ___________ complexity refers to the growing number nodes and the associated changes to the links in the logistics system.

 

  1. Process
  2. Range
  3. Network
  4. System

 

[LO 4.8: To articulate logistics issues associated with complexity; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. ___________ complexity centers on the implications associated with the increasing number of products that most companies continue to face in an effort to differentiate themselves with their customers.

 

  1. Process
  2. Range
  3. Network
  4. System

 

[LO 4.8: To articulate logistics issues associated with complexity; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

True-False Questions

 

  1. The organization of logistics activities within a firm depends on a number of factors, including the number and location of customers and an organization’s size. (True)

 

[LO 4.1:  To explain organizational structure for logistics; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. In a decentralized logistics structure, logistics activities are managed in multiple departments throughout an organization. (False)

 

[LO 4.1:  To explain organizational structure for logistics; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. One problem with a fragmented logistics structure is that because logistics activities are scattered throughout the firm, they likely remain subservient to the objectives of the departments in which they are housed. (True)

 

[LO 4.1:  To explain organizational structure for logistics; Moderate; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. In a unified logistics structure, multiple logistics activities are combined into, and managed as, a single department. (True)

 

[LO 4.1:  To explain organizational structure for logistics; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. A centralized logistics organization generally results in better customer responsiveness than a decentralized logistics organization. (False)

 

[LO 4.1:  To explain organizational structure for logistics; Moderate; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. A decentralized logistics organization means that logistics-related decisions are made at the divisional or product group level and often in different geographic areas. (True)

 

[LO 4.1:  To explain organizational structure for logistics; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The majority of companies employ a chief logistics officer (CLO). (False)

 

[LO 4.1:  To explain organizational structure for logistics; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking] 

 

  1. A matrix organizational design can be very responsive to customer requirements. (True)

 

[LO 4.2:  Organizational design for logistics; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. From a logistics perspective, a network organizational design in logistics is manifested in terms of relevancy, responsiveness, and flexibility. (True)

 

[LO 4.2:  Organizational design for logistics; Moderate; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Responsiveness refers to satisfying current and emerging customer needs. (False)

 

[LO 4.2:  Organizational design for logistics; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The postponement of product assembly and labeling until exact customer requirements are known is an example of responsiveness. (False)

 

[LO 4.2:  Organizational design for logistics; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Productivity efforts in logistics are often directed at increasing the amount of output while holding input constant. (True)

 

[LO 4.3 To identify productivity issues and improvement efforts in logistics; Moderate; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Union work rules are often very specific in the sense that job descriptions spell out the responsibilities associated with a particular job. (True)

 

[LO 4.3 To identify productivity issues and improvement efforts in logistics; Easy; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Walmart has begun testing drones within its warehouses as a potential solution to enhance warehouse productivity. (True)

 

[LO 4.3 To identify productivity issues and improvement efforts in logistics; Easy; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The odometer is a recording instrument that produces a continuous, timed record of the truck, its speed, and its engine speed. (False)

 

[LO 4.3 To identify productivity issues and improvement efforts in logistics; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Wireless communications, global positioning systems, and graphical information systems offer tremendous opportunities to improve driver productivity. (True)

 

[LO 4.3 To identify productivity issues and improvement efforts in logistics; Moderate; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Excess capacity, or unused available space, can be unproductive because it may result in the purchase of additional equipment or space. (True)

 

[LO 4.3 To identify productivity issues and improvement efforts in logistics; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Coopetition is a concept that entails an organization making its unused resources available to other organizations. (False)

 

[LO 4.3 To identify productivity issues and improvement efforts in logistics; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Logistics service quality relates to a firm’s ability to deliver products, materials, and services without defects or errors to both internal and external customers. (True)

 

[LO 4.4 To discuss quality issues in logistics; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. ISO 14000 is a set of generic standards used to document, implement, and demonstrate quality management and assurance systems. (False)

 

[LO 4.4 To discuss quality issues in logistics; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The integration of Six Sigma with the Lean approach refers to Lean Six Sigma. (True)

 

[LO 4.4 To discuss quality issues in logistics; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. ISO 9000 involves organizations benchmarking themselves against organizations from outside their particular industry. (False)

 

[LO 4.4 To discuss quality issues in logistics; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The Logistics Uncertainty Index has been established to identify uncertainty sources that can affect the risk exposure for logistics activities. (False)

 

[LO 4.5: To report on programs designed to lessen the impact of terrorism on logistics systems; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Terrorism can be viewed as an illegal use of or threat of force or violence made by a group or an individual against a person, a company, or somebody’s property with a goal of menacing the target, often grounded in politics or ideology. (True)

 

[LO 4.5: To report on programs designed to lessen the impact of terrorism on logistics systems; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. From a logistical perspective, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and the Department of Transportation are two of the most important government entities that were incorporated into the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). (False)

 

[LO 4.5: To report on programs designed to lessen the impact of terrorism on logistics systems; Moderate; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) uses biometric data to exclude certain workers from secure areas at ports and terminals. (True)

 

[LO 4.5: To report on programs designed to lessen the impact of terrorism on logistics systems; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is responsible for securing U.S. borders to protect the American people and the U.S. economy. (True)

 

[LO 4.5: To report on programs designed to lessen the impact of terrorism on logistics systems; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Companies that participate in the Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) are exempt from all import tariffs and all import quotas. (False)

 

[LO 4.5: To report on programs designed to lessen the impact of terrorism on logistics systems; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The Importer Security Filing (ISF) rule requires carriers to file 10 pieces of information and importers to file 2 pieces of information. (False)

 

[LO 4.5: To report on programs designed to lessen the impact of terrorism on logistics systems; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Experts recommend that the best pilferage policy should be based on zero tolerance. (True)

 

[LO 4.6: To describe ways to manage theft and pilferage; Easy; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. One of the most effective methods of protecting goods from theft or pilferage is to keep them moving through the system. (True)

 

[LO 4.6: To describe ways to manage theft and pilferage; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. More than 50 percent of all pirate attacks in recent years have involved petroleum tankers. (True)

 

[LO 4.6: To describe ways to manage theft and pilferage; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Logistics does not have an inherent connection to sustainability. (False)

 

[LO 4.7: To review the concept of logistics social responsibility; Easy; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Potential logistics social responsibility dimensions include the environment, diversity, safety, and philanthropy, among others. (True)

 

[LO 4.7: To review the concept of logistics social responsibility; Moderate; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Warehousing and packaging are the two areas in logistics systems where the most energy costs occur. (False)

 

[LO 4.7: To review the concept of logistics social responsibility; Moderate; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Roof color is often overlooked as an area for warehousing energy control. (True)

 

[LO 4.7: To review the concept of logistics social responsibility; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Transportation accounts for about one-half of all petroleum consumption in the United States. (False)

 

[LO 4.7: To review the concept of logistics social responsibility; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Reverse logistics can be four to five times more expensive than forward logistics. (True)

 

[LO 4.7: To review the concept of logistics social responsibility; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Network complexity refers to the growing number of nodes and the associated changes to the links in logistics systems. (True)

 

[LO 4.8: To articulate logistics issues associated with complexity; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. System complexity centers on the implications associated with the increasing number of products that most companies continue to face in an effort to differentiate themselves with their customers. (False)

 

[LO 4.8: To articulate logistics issues associated with complexity; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

 

 

 

 

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Contemporary Logistics, 12th Edition, Paul R. Murphy, 2018
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2. Logistics and Information Technology
3. Strategic and Financial Logistics
4. Organizational and Managerial Issues in Logistics
Part II: Supply Chain Management
5. The Supply Chain Management Concept
6. Procurement
Part III: Elements of Logistics Systems
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8. Inventory Management
9. Facility Location
10. Warehousing Management
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