The flow of goods to consumers is called logistics.
Logistics has six detailed functions. The six functions are: transportation, storage, cargo handling, packaging, distribution processing, and information processing.
Logistics is not just about transporting goods.
Logistics Objectives
  The purpose of logistics is not only to deliver products to consumers who need them, but also to store products in order to deliver them quickly to consumers who need them without damaging them, and to transport products quickly and without damaging them by packaging.
For consumers, there is no point in buying or selling if they do not receive the goods they ordered.
If the goods are not delivered, the consumer may lose trust in the company. In order not to lose credibility, it is important to develop logistics smoothly.
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