Typically, supply chain refers to networks of businesses that collaborate and coordinate their operations to deliver a product to market, whereas logistics refers to activities that take place inside the confines of a single firm. Additionally, traditional logistics concentrates on tasks like inventory management, distribution, maintenance, and procurement. SCM embraces all aspects of conventional logistics and also incorporates marketing, new product development, finance, and customer service.
Logistics management deals with the efficient and effective administration of daily activities in creating the company's completed goods and services.
Supply chain management (SCM) is the process of coordinating production, inventory, location, and transportation among supply chain actors to achieve the best possible balance of responsiveness and efficiency for the market being served.
This course will introduce you to a variety of career options in the clearing, freight forwarding, courier, forwarding, and third-party logistics industries. Jobs as Customer Service Managers, Fulfillment Supervisors, Supply Chain Analysts, Consultants, Transportation Managers, Warehouse Operations Managers, Shipping Coordinators, Export Executives, Expeditors, Purchasing Managers, Supply Chain Software Managers, International Logistics Managers, and Supply Chain Managers are available to graduates of supply management degree programmes.
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