An overview of basic business logistics procedures and features is discussed in this volume. It discusses the supported features, logistic core operations, and systems that can be used to execute end-to-end processes in various logistic core disciplines including: Logistics and inventory management in warehouses, compliance, distribution, transportation, procurement, and reporting. The authors introduce warehouse management system (WMS) as a software program that provides visibility into the organizations’ entire inventory, and oversees inventory network fulfillment operations from distribution hubs to the store. A handling unit can be packed, repacked, or unpacked using different packing functions. A handling unit may be packaged manually or automatically upon receipt of products or in a warehouse's packing zone, where it signifies a new handling-unit shipping. Regardless of the quality of the warehouse's components, it may never be able to achieve its goal of satisfying customers' needs if control transfers are not performed effectively, safely, and precisely. The volume mentions not only how to integrate a warehouse, but also how organizational setup is established and solutions that best fit specific business need.