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#1
p. 56 - "If we have jointly between logistics
experts and developers decided that a "leg" means a transportation from one place to
another using the same vehicle, and we have decided that "terminating a leg" means that
the cargo is unloaded at the destination, then we can use those terms and make ourselves
understood"

It would be clearer like:

If we, logistics experts and developers, have jointly decided that a "leg" means transportation from one place to another ...

The sentence is a little more clearer like that. Also, see that I took out "a transportation" from the original. That's a syntax error.
Dan Bergh Johnsson (11) [Avatar] Offline
#2
Hi

Thanks for your comment. We agree that the meaning can be crafted clearer, and are revising it.

Hope you enjoy the rest of the book!

Dan