Dear all, In reference to modern logistics and supply chain management (Martin Christopher, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, 4th Edition - Chapter 6 Logistics pipeline management) In refference to multi-role logistical assets: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unimog...r_Benz_.E2.80.93_Gaggenau_manufacturing_plant I would like to inquire if anyone of fellow colleagues latinists knows how to express following attributive adjectives/ expressions: 1) Multi-purpose [=multi-role; having wide range of appliance] 2) All-terrain (referring to high mobility, all wheel drive, capability to travers most of the surface type and landscape) 3) "Wheeled" as vehicle (engine + cabine + compartment/frame mounted on wheels e.g. car/truck/Unimog) My guess: wheeled vehicle - vehiculum surrotatum; automobile; autocurrus surrotatus Multi-purpose - multifunctionalis ? multiutilis ? all-terrain - omniterralis ? omnitransiens ? omnitransibilis ? Transport vehicle [=(wheeled) transporter/ carrier] = automobile/ autocurrus transvehens ? / Transvector Autobomilis ??