logistical


logistical
logistical UK US /ləˈdʒɪstɪkəl/ adjective (also logistic)
relating to the process of planning and organizing to make sure that resources are in the places where they are needed, so that an activity or process happens effectively: »

The system was incapable of handling the US Army's huge logistical needs.

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The Virginia-based company will provide maintenance and logistical support for the government project.

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The plans were changed for logistical reasons.

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logistical difficulties/hurdles/problems

a logistical headache/nightmare »

A delay in passing the law would cause a logistical nightmare for businesses.


Financial and business terms. 2012.