What does a Logistics Analyst do?
A logistics analyst is responsible for overseeing the entire life cycle of a product, including purchase, distribution, internal allotment, release and final clearance of resources. A logistics analyst helps their employers enhance performance by determining and reducing inefficiencies that might consume profits. Essentially logistic analyst help streamline operations and identify the best way to use the company's resources to achieve its goals. Logistic analysts usually work in a variety of industries within the logistics department.
Most logistic analyst have a Bachelor's degree in Logistics or Business Analytics or a related field with 5 years of proven experience. Successful logistic analysts are deeply analytic with strong quantitative skills. Deep knowledge of logistics and production planning concepts is required along with excellent communication skills and an analytical mind with business acumen.
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