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difference between logistics and SD

what is the difference between logistices and SD

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    Posted on Sep 11, 2007 at 10:58 AM

    Hi

    Logistics and SD are both related to the supply chain management

    logistics is involved in the procurement of the mataerial to the invoice and

    SD involved from the sales to invoice

    Logistics is macro and the SD is micro in the logistics,

    in logistics we have shipping ,packing transportation and production planning and the ware house management and the quality

    SD is totally related for the order management in which the process is from the order to delivery to invoice and there ends the process

    where as in the logistics we get the process starated from the planning of the mataerial and then selecting thesource of the material whether it is from the internally or externally procured and then purchasing of the material and then stocking of the material and then quality check for the matrial thenwhare house management and then delivery for the material for the customer and then invoice

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    Posted on Sep 11, 2007 at 10:24 AM

    hi,

    logistics include entire supply chain mangement cycle

    out of which SD is small cycle

    other cycle involved in Logistics are

    1.Material management

    2.SD

    3.production

    4.logistics execution(shipping,transpotation)

    5.plant Maintnance

    6.quality managment

    etc..

    regards,

    Arun prasad

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  • Posted on Sep 11, 2007 at 10:16 AM

    Pankaj,

    SD is one of the module of logistics...

    Regds

    MM

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    Posted on Sep 11, 2007 at 10:27 AM

    hi

    SD and Logistics are both the part of Supply Chain Management.

    Both the concepts differ just in the areas of Sales

    Logistics: is nothing but the process of Planning, Controlling, Procurement, Maintenance, Distribution of Material, Managing activities that are involved with Goods or Services is called as Logistics.. in SAP u can clearly see the difference while u check the img>enterprise structure > define> the tree view is clearly distinguished..

    Sales & Distribution: is nothing but the here all the activities which are involved with the sales of the materials, say basically all the sales activities are covered in here.. here too u can refer to the tree view of img..

    by seeing the activities involved in each of the Logistics and SD u can clearly make the difference between the both

    Reward if Useful

    Thanx & regards.

    Naren..

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