Logistics management

Logistics management refers to the planning, organization, command, coordination, control and supervision of logistics activities according to the laws of physical flow of materials and materials in the process of social reproduction, so as to achieve optimal coordination and coordination of various logistics activities to reduce logistics costs and improve logistics efficiency and economic benefits. Modern logistics management is a professional discipline based on system theory, information theory and cybernetics.

Logistics refers to the use of modern information technology and equipment to realize the rationalization of service modes and advanced service processes. Logistics appears with the appearance of commodity production and develops with the development of commodity production, so logistics is an ancient traditional economic activity.

The content of logistics management includes three aspects: the management of various elements of logistics activities, including transportation and storage. The management of the elements of the logistics system, namely, the management of the six elements of human, financial, material, equipment, methods and information; The management of specific functions in logistics activities mainly includes the management of logistics planning, quality, technology, economy and other functions.