Freight or shipping material include inbound or outbound material. Inbound refers to the freight coming into your facility or business. Opposite of that is outbound where material is leaving your building. Both these can include warehousing, packing or unpacking, transportation of goods, and management of freight.
Logistics is the management of the movement of freight, materials, and information between two destinations. From point A to B with all the resources accounted for. Logistics management determines the procurement, storage, and transportation of goods and material to their ultimate destination.
Logistics is an integral part of a company’s supply chain management, which results in the timely delivery of the goods and materials to the final destination.
Logistics is an integral part of the supply chain management, which results in the timely delivery of the goods and materials to the final destination. It aims at providing the right goods, at a given time, in the desired quantity and condition, at proper place and price.
Inbound logistics includes all the activities that are concerned with order placement to the suppliers. On the other hand, outbound logistics covers all those activities that involve dealing or trading in products produced by the company.