Logistics [noun]

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Zapata, the company behind the software, envisions that it will also be used to help companies in other industries build better batteries for electric vehicles, optimize logistics routes and supply chains, and find new pharmaceuticals.

Sophisticated word association is also invaluable for logistics operators.

E-commerce demand is set to be so high that logistics companies may impose delivery surcharges.

The company went from dozens of warehouses to hundreds, backed up by long-haul trailers, tens of thousands of Amazon-branded delivery vans and an air-cargo fleet — a logistics empire that is now among the largest in the world.

Patel Rios suggests brands should consider an agency that not only demonstrates that they’re highly adaptable, but can manage both the operational logistics side and the advertising side, as one will closely impact the other.

We combine a full-stack health care provider with a tech-enabled logistics platform, driving a cost and quality value proposition to patients, their care providers and insurers, and tying it together with personalized service.

Time did not improve Ermine's logistics concerning this girl; he wanted her, and he did not know in the least how to get her.

The logistics problem may be so difficult as to cause rejection of a course of action involving distant operations.

Freedom of action is restricted beyond those limits to which logistics support can be extended.

The limitation imposed upon operations by logistics represents the final limit of a commander's plan of action.