Development of Logistics Management and Relationship with Industry

Mehmet Erdoğdu
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Abstract


Today, the internet is in contact with everything in the world. Since it is impossible to think of production and logistics separately, Industry 4.0 is expected to redefine business processes in the logistics sector. The main purpose of the study; It is to reveal the innovations it will bring to the logistics sector by examining the Industry 4.0 revolution in detail, which contributes to the development of the logistics management This study, which was prepared as a conceptual framework, was supported by a survey study to raise awareness about the effects of Industry 4.0 on the logistics sector and to reveal a new perspective in terms of theory and practice. In the last 15 years, the transportation/transportation activities in the sector have been carried out with a more scientific and contemporary perspective, increasing the impact of logistics on transportation systems day by day and has started to play an important role in the development of Turkish foreign trade. The purpose of the study in your hand; The logistics sector, which has been developing rapidly, "Does the logistics performance of Turkey in the last 15 years, which has developed with the contribution of industry 4.0, digitalization and the internet, differ according to the descriptive characteristics of the participants and businesses?" and “How does Industry 4.0, digitalization and internet contribute to Turkey's logistics performance in the last 15 years? It is to reveal it by evaluating it with ANOVA analysis for searching the answers of the problem in the form.

Keywords


Digital Industrial Revolution, Industry 4.0, Logistics 4.0, Logistics, Internet

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Erdogdu, M. (2021). Development of Logistics Management and Relationship with Industry. International Journal on Engineering, Science and Technology (IJonEST), 3(2), 91-112.




DOI: https://doi.org/10.46328/ijonest.51

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