Ⅰ. The definition of logistical management
Logistical management refers to the process from "purchase" to "delivery". Each link may affect the expenditure of costs. Therefore, logistical management plays an extremely important role in operating costs.
Ⅱ. The stages of the whole logistical management
1. Purchasing management
Formulate purchasing plans and specifications, determine the quantity and quality of purchases, and the standards of delivery time and location.
Transportation management in logistics is about the method and route of transportation. If it is fragile or refrigerated and frozen goods, confirm the transportation vehicle and loading method.
3. Storage management
The storage method of raw materials, semi-finished products and finished products, including the control of inventory and warehouse temperature.
4. Loading and unloading management
The design and equipment planning of the loading and unloading system.
5. Packaging management
Selection and design of packaging materials, automation and standardization of packaging.
6. Manufacturing and processing management
Standardization of manufacturing process and development of standard operating procedures.
7. Delivery management
The selection of the center location for goods collection and the optimization of the distribution operating process.
8. Logistics information management
Acceptance, material picking, inventory and the quantity of returned goods need to be grasped in real time.
9. Customer management
Investigate and analyze the customer's response to logistics to determine the logistics service that the customer really needs.