Integrated logistics

Logistics coordinate the flow of materials and information both inside and outside of a complex organization
to allow for the optimization of the entire physical and managerial cycle.
The areas of activity concerning integrated logistics are:

The handling of goods at the relative site
Purchases and supplies
The flow of external and internal transportation
The warehouse and management of materials
Stock planning and warehouse management
The defining and monitoring of handling costs


The logistics sector involves professional profiles of an increasingly high-level. The role has now become central and strategic from an economic and financial point of view.

To work in logistics it is important to have good organizational and problem-solving skills.

Given the computerization of the management of goods, it is necessary for those involved at all levels of logistics to be highly skilled in using basic IT tools,, in the management and calculation of inventory, and above all in using the most advanced Supply Chain management systems.

In addition to these common, basic skills, every logistics professional must possess specific technical skills and be able to use suitable planning tools such as Mrp and Mps, as well as the most advanced short, medium and long-term planning systems.


In recent years, companies producing materials and services have increasingly developed complex logistics departments because they are considered vital in maintaining equilibrium among all activities.

The matter, in addition to managing the physical space for materials, includes the handling of extremely delicate and functional financial levers.. From an economic standpoint, accurately dimensioned warehouse management can result in real, effectual cycles of a company’s cash flow.