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Description: A model is constructed from the necessary conditions derived from the definition of integrated logistic support that suggests how business logistics and logistics engineering have to co-exist and be integrated to achieve integrated logistics. Abstract: Industry and academia still have a major problem in grasping the extent and relationships of all functions involved in integrated logistics. This is because business logistics and logistics engineering developed separately, each withdoi:10.7166/8-2-396 fatcat:nkrgswb6vfbrbgh5hi2uq7cn2q