Term used to describe all the activities involved in distributing the goods from the end of conversion to the customer.
Outbound logistics, from the end of the production line to the ultimate customer.
That set of activities concerned with the efficient flow of raw materials, in-process inventory, and finished goods from source to point-of-consumption in such a way as to profitably meet customer needs.
The flow of materials from the end of the assembly line to the customer.
The movement and storage of finished goods from manufacturing plants to warehouses to customers; used synonymously with business logistics.
The transport of goods from vendors to warehouses or distribution centers (primary distribution) and from warehouses or distribution centers to stores (secondary distribution).
Those activities related to the flow of goods from the end of conversion to the customer.
The total of activities aimed at ensuring the efficient movement of product from supply of raw materials through to the delivery of finished product to the consumer.