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What is the different between logistic (without 's') and logistics (with 's')?
can I say logistic company or logistics company?
logistic services or logistics service?
Interesting question. The plural form, "logistics", is the industry-accepted term for the field having to do with the procurement, supply and movement of materials. When used as an adjective, I have seen "logistics", "logistic", and "logistical" used interchangeably. However, according to the dictionary, only "logistic" and "logistical" are adjectives, while "logistics" is a noun. That being said, having worked in the field of logistics for over 10 years, it is my opinion that the term "logistics" can be comfortably used as both a noun and an adjective. For example:
- He works in the field of logistics. (noun)
- He works for a logistics company. (adj)
- CEP: Courier Express Parcel
- RTV: Real Time Visibility
- TEA: Tracking Events Analysis
- ADR: Automatic Delays Refund
- FTL: Full Truck Load
- LTL: Less than Truck Load
- FCL: Full Container Load
- LCL: Less than Container Load
- WH: Warehousing