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A collection of some common words that have a specific usage in the Supply Chain World

AGILE


ag·ile
[aj-uh?l, -ahyl]
adjective
1.quick and well-coordinated in movement; lithe: an agile leap.Swift, responsive or nimble.
2.active; lively: an agile person.
3.marked by an ability to think quickly; mentally acute or aware: She's 95 and still very agile.
DEFINITION IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN SENSE
Speed of response and flexibility in meeting changing supply chain requirements.

LEAN


lean
[leen] Show IPA verb, leaned or ( especially British ) leant; lean·ing; noun. verb (used without object)
1.to incline or bend from a vertical position: She leaned out the window.
2.to incline, as in a particular direction; slant: The post leans to the left. The building leaned sharply before renovation.
3.to incline in feeling, opinion, action, etc.: to lean toward socialism.
4.to rest against or on something for support: to lean against a wall.
5.to depend or rely (usually followed by on or upon ): someone he could lean on in an emergency.
DEFINITION IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN SENSE
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Photo above is of the St Johns Park Freight House. These are from a brochure published by the New York Central in 1934 and re-issued by the West Side Rail Line Development Foundation (author was a former member and supporter of this foundation).

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