Question 1. Generalizing the definition of logistics, it can be described as
1. The science of minimizing costs;
2. The operation of transporting products;
3. Optimization of the loading - unloading;
4. The flow of information on goods movement;
5. The science of materials management from the primary source to the end user with minimal costs.
Question 2. What kinds of logistics isolated Western experts?
1. The procurement logistics, manufacturing, marketing or distribution logistics;
2. functional logistics;
3. computerized logistics;
4. Information logistics;
5. transport logistics.
Question 3. In the supply chain (see. Fig.1 benefits) are the following links:
1. supply of materials, raw materials and semi-finished products;
2. storage of products and raw materials;
3. The production of goods;
4. the distribution and consumption of the finished product;
5. All of the above is true.
Question 4. The main objective of logistics is ...
1. ensure the greatest efficiency of the company;
2. increase the market share of the company;
3. To take advantage of the company over its competitors;
4. The right 1,2,3;
5. The right 2 and 3.
Question 5. What are the logistics function in accordance with its contemporary challenges:
1. The current and control;
2. long-term and integrated;
3. The guides and information;
4. operational and coordination;
5. The policy and strategy.
Question 1. What is the share of GDP production of goods movement in Western countries?
5. there is no right answer.
Question 2. Identifying the factors that, in your opinion, have identified the development of logistics:
1. The desire of companies to reduce the time and money;
2. The complexity of the system of market relations;
3. The increase of requirements to the quality characteristics of the distribution process;
4. The creation of flexible manufacturing systems;
5. All of the above is true.
Question 3. What has been instrumental in creating the objective possibilities for development of logistics?
1. The development of the theory of compromise;
2. optimization of goods movement;
3. The creation of flexible production structures;
4. The technological advances in communications and information science;
5. The development of systems theory.
Question 4. List the indicators followed by the automatic control system of logistics:
1. The presence of semi-finished and finished product release;
2. The state of inventories;
3. The volume of deliveries of materials and component parts, and the degree of fulfillment of orders;
4. The location of the cargo on the way from the producer to the consumer;
5. All of the above.
Question 5. What time began the process of coordination of investment in the establishment of ethnic logistiche-tion infrastructure in the countries of the European Community?
1. In the late 70s - mid 80s.
2. in the early 80s;
3. at the end of the 80s;
4. in the early 90s;
5. at the end of the 90s.
Question 1: To what stage of development is characterized by the following logistics point: the company runs on basis of performance-shift-day plan targets?
1. For the first;
2. for the second;
3. for the third;
4. for the fourth;
5. for all.
Question 2. Using a logistic system is evaluated based on the comparison of the data estimates SUPPLIES-ing and the real cost?
1. logistics of the first level of development;
2. The second level of logistics development;
3. The third level of logistics development;
4. The fourth level of logistics development;
5. The logistics system of any level of development.
Question 3. What level of logistics systems control the logistics operations from procurement of raw materials to the end-user service production?
2. the second;