LogisticsWorld's library is dedicated to
all the military loggies who made possible the impossible plans of their brilliant
leaders. After all, "Behind every great leader there was an even greater
The WWW Virtual Library of Logistics provides starting points for logistics
professionals to locate and share logistics resources on the Internet. The goal of the
site is to speed the process of locating logistics information in the Internet, and to
present learning opportunities to logistics professionals.
This site is aimed at the "whole logistician" by providing links to a broad
spectrum of news, information, services, and activities. The concept of logistics as
applied in here begins with logistics planning and ends with reclamation and recovery. In
other words, logistics includes integrating the aspects of:
logistics planning, design, manufacturing, purchasing, procurement, contracting,
provisioning, fielding, marketing, sales, transportation, distribution, supply,
warehousing, materials handling, maintenance, reclamation, recovery, reuse, management,
support, technology, and research.
URLs and Server Information
Virtual Library of Logistics - A guide to logistics, transportation, distribution,
supply, maintenance, manufacturing, management, reliability, mathematics, business, and
quality on the web.
The site contains a database of over 75,000 sites on the internet, and additional sites
listed topic pages.
Library URLs are the result of searches and categorization of sites using various
internet search engines. Many links are the result of numerous site visits (surfing) and
investigation of site resources. Links are also submitted directly from users. Anyone is
welcome to submit links, conferences, news or other inputs.
The site is produced using the Microsoft Internet Developer Studio, FrontPage,
VBScript, ActiveX Controls, Active Server Pages, and served from a Microsoft NT4 IIS
A number of commercial services, products, firms, and educational institutions are
referenced in these pages. This is required to present the broadest picture of logistics
resources on the Internet. These references in no way represent endorsement by the service
provider or the domain-name owners, nor does it imply that these are preferred or premium
Every attempt is made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained in these
pages; however, no warranty is made concerning the accuracy or timeliness of the
Any resemblence between the LogLink dated Nov 1, 1995 and subsequent versions of
LogLink is purely coincidental. Subsequent versions (beginning with LogLink dated Dec 1,
1995) are complete rebuilds of the November version. Any resemlence between LogLink and
LogisticsWorld after Oct 1, 1997 are purely coincidental. LogisticsWorld dated Oct 1, 1997
and subsequent versions are complete rebuilds of the LogLink pages.
LogisticsWorld is in no way associated with the Canadian website and services
"Logistics World" (logistics-world.com).
LogisticsWorld is privately funded and operated.
Netscape, Netscape Navigator and the Netscape Communications logo are trademarks of
Netscape Communications Corporation. PKZIP is a trademark of PKWARE, Inc. Microsoft
Windows is a trademark of the Microsoft Corporation. Java is a trademark of Sun
Microsystems, Incorporated. NCSA Mosaic copyright - University of Illinois, WebSurfer
copyright - NetManage Inc., and the Internet Explorer copyright - Microsoft Corp. Internet
Developer Studio, FrontPage, VBScript, ActiveX Data Controls, Active Server Pages,
Microsoft NT 4, IIS, Index Server, SQL Server - copyright - Microsoft Corp.
Please Help to Improve the Site
Please feel free to send comments, suggestions or new links via E-Mail. Your inputs are important to the
continued quality of the WWW Virtual Library of Logistics.
Special thanks to everyone who supported and contributed to the
WWW Virtual Library of Logistics.
- Jim Dennedy, Commerce2000
- Steve Austin, Net InSite
- Arthur Secret, MIT, WWW Virtual Library
- Carol A. Fedora, Clearinghouse, Argus Associates,
- Jacek Skowronek, Information Systems Workgroup, University of Twente, The Netherlands, for running the
cgi scripts that powered many of the search utilities used in earlier versions of LogLink
- Gray Watson, Jason Galanter, USA OnRamp, and Internet
Business Pages: Web-Counter System
- Scott Mullin, CyberGate - Internet Connections,
for the front page java script.
- Ania Kaminska, MCB University Press, UK
- Heikki Kekalainen, Logistix Partners, Logistiikka
Logisticx Partners Oy, Helsinki, FI
- Captain Andre T. Bard, Wing Supply Officer, Canadian Forces Base Gander, Gander, NF
- Lycos® Search and Lycos Backlink
- InfoSeek® Search
- Quarterdeck Search
- Dennis E. Campbell, PhD, AFIT/LSM
- Floyd R. Anible, AFIT/LSM
- Karen Currie, PhD, CPL, AFIT/LAL
- Prof Dennis Dragich, AFIT/LSM
- Prof Charlie Youther, AFIT/LSM
- Newman Graves, AFIT/LSM
- Bart Vinskey, AFIT/LSM
- Michael Cox - For helping ops check the Mozilla post forms...whether he wanted to or not
- Ms Valerie Cox, HQ/HOME
- ...and everyone who has provided inputs to LogisticsWorld, and all the supporters and
visitors to the original versions of LogLink.
Matthew D. Cox
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Version/Reference Date: Version 4.0, September 1, 1999
Version/Reference Date: Version 3.5, January 1, 1998
Version/Reference Date: Version 3.0, April 1, 1997
Version/Reference Date: Version 2.0, July 1, 1996
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Version/Reference Date: Version 1.0, December 1, 1995
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