Procurement, Logistics & Transport at CTPD

Procurement, Logistics & Transport at CTPD

What is Procurement, Logistics & Transport?

Procurement is the buying or purchasing of goods or services. Logistics is the movement, storage, and operations around whatever the business is in.


Procurement Logistics is a key activity in the supply chain. It can significantly influence the overall success of a company depending on how it is managed. The goal of procurement logistics is the control of the supply in order to meet the needs of operational processes.

Frequently Asked Questions

What does procurement mean in transportation?

Procurement is the process of acquiring goods, services or works from an external source, often via a tendering or bidding process.

What are the 3 types of procurement?

The types of procurement contracts and are typically either fixed-price, cost-reimbursable, or time and materials.

Is procurement a good career?

Procurement represents a fantastic choice for graduates looking for a varied and exciting role with great career prospects. This is one of the few sectors where new employees are given the opportunity to prove their worth and take charge of their own projects, from start to finish.

What is types of procurement?

The six procurement times are open tendering, restricted tendering, request for proposal, two-stage bidding, quotations, and single-source procurement.

What procurement means?

Procurement is the act of obtaining goods or services, typically for business purposes. Procurement is most commonly associated with businesses because companies need to solicit services or purchase goods, usually on a relatively large scale.

What does a procurement do?

Procurement involves every activity involved in obtaining the goods and services a company needs to support its daily operations, including sourcing, negotiating terms, purchasing items, receiving and inspecting goods as necessary and keeping records of all the steps in the process.

What is the difference between procurement logistics and production logistics?

In addition, there are a number of other types of logistics, such as procurement logistics which is the flow of raw materials and parts, production logistics which is the flow of materials inside a factory or business, recovery logistics which is the return flow of returns from consumers and waste, and recycling

What is procurement in warehouse?

In simple terms business procurement is the process of locating and acquiring goods and services from external sources for the business to use. Procurement activities include planning, sourcing, and negotiation, along with risk management, legal and value analysis.

What qualifications do I need for procurement?

Procurement professionals often therefore come from varied backgrounds. Most employers prefer candidates who have earned a bachelor degree in a related area such as business or economics, logistics, supply chain management or purchasing.

Is procurement a stressful job?

Cons: It can be quite stressful at times, trying to balance inventory levels and dealing with the staff, making sure everyone is happy. I spend a lot more than 40 hours a week most of the time. I also do customer service which really cuts into the time I need for purchasing.

Is transportation part of procurement?

Procurement is the process of sourcing goods (e.g. raw materials, components, finished goods) and services whereas Logistics includes transport, warehousing and added value services – end-to-end, from extraction to factory, to delivery, to maintenance and return.

Is procurement part of supply chain or logistics?

Procurement is the process of getting the goods you need, while supply chain is the infrastructure (extensive, in many cases) needed to get you those goods.

What is the difference between supply chain and logistics?

The basic difference between Logistics and Supply Chain Management is that Logistics management is the process of integration and maintenance (flow and storage) of goods in an organization whereas Supply Chain Management is the coordination and management (movement) of supply chains of an organization.

Who can work in procurement?

Relevant experience in facilities management, contracting, vendor and inventory management is essential for procurement positions. Work experience of around 5 to 10 years in the field of the company’s expertise is highly recommended as you’ll be familiar with the industry work procedures and standards.

How do I become a procurement analyst?

Procurement analysts are typically required to have at least a bachelor’s degree. One of the most common degrees for this career path is a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. This type of degree teaches strategic management, foundational business principles, and marketing.

What does a procurement analyst do?

Procurement analysts serve as liaisons between their employers and suppliers to procure favorable contracts. They evaluate and analyze potential suppliers, negotiate contracts, and prepare monthly supply cost reports. They are mainly employed by organizations that rely on supply chain management to sell their products.

What is procurement cycle?

The procurement cycle, also known as the procurement process, is a series of events that lead up to the final purchase of goods and services.