While Supply Chain Management is a new term (first coined in 1982 by Keith Oliver from Booz Allen Hamilton in an interview with the Financial Times), the concepts are ancient and date back to ancient Rome. The term “logistics” has its roots in the Roman military. Additional definitions:
"I think that this offering coupled with the work they are doing in augmented reality is a winning solution." ~ Shawn Harris
UPS shrugged off two years of Christmas troubles and delivered this year, but FedEx had a late stumble that left some gifts undelivered in time.