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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Application Design by Mark Brummel

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Chapter 7. Storage and Logistics

In the previous chapters, we took a look at how companies work with ERP in the Production and Trade businesses. All these companies work together to bring finished products to the stores where end consumers can buy them.

During this process, the products move around between the companies. This is done using different kinds of transportation, for example trucks, ships, trains, and airplanes. It may also be necessary to store the products in a warehouse until they are sold or moved to the shops.

More and more companies make a decision to outsource logistics rather than having their own transportation. When this is the case, logistics can be a separate part of the supply chain. This chapter discusses this process and ...

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