A possible definition of the concept of logistics is applying the 6 P: right amount of goods right at the right time, right quality at the right cost, at the right place.
What does CONLOG stand for?
CONLOG stands for Concept of Logistics (US DoD)
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- Consejo Nacional Indio de Venezuela (Spanish: National Indigenous Council of Venezuela)
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- Conjunctival (relating to the layer of tissue beneath the cornea)
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- Connecticut Academy of Physician Assistants
Samples in periodicals archive:
It might even include the service department of your auto dealer, if maintenance and repair are part of your concept of logistics.
Later in the decade there was a move to combine physical distribution with physical supply and to emphasize the broader concept of logistics.
Established 30 years ago as the National Materials Handling Centre to provide industry with expert advice and support in the new concept of Logistics, the Consultancy covers the entire supply chain working in all sectors of the industry.
As far as Robbie Burns, managing director of one of the UK's biggest in the business, Exel, is concerned, most companies may be aware of the concept of logistics, but many lack a fundamental understanding of the advantages it can offer.
Our task, then, is to marry the concept of logistics as outlined in Joint Publication 4-0 with the Agile Combat Support competency found in AFDD-1.