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Development of the Logistics 4.0 Concept in the Digital Economy

Show simple item record Trushkina, N. Dzwigol, H. Serhieieva, O. Shkrygun, Yu. 2021-05-12T11:22:48Z 2021-05-12T11:22:48Z 2020
dc.identifier.issn UDC 658.8:33.011:004.4
dc.description Development of the Logistics 4.0 Concept in the Digital Economy / N. Trushkina, H. Dzwigol,O. Serhieieva, Yu. Shkrygun // Економічний вісник Донбасу : наук. журн. - 2020. - № 4 (62). – С. 85-96. uk_UA
dc.description.abstract The transition to a digital economy is becoming a key driver of GDP growth. This is due not only to the effect obtained from the automation of existing processes, but also from the introduction of new, breakthrough business models and technologies, including digital platforms, digital ecosystems, in-depth analytics of big data, Industry 4.0, Logistics 4.0. At the same time, digital transformation is seen as a radical change in the complex of business processes, from product development to customer service, as well as the introduction of modern digital technologies in the organization of business processes in enterprises. The purpose of the article is to analysis the features and trends of organizing logistics activities in the context of digital transformation of business processes; research of the main prerequisites for the formation of the Logistics 4.0 concept; determination of priority directions for its further development in the context of Industry 4.0. Based on the generalization of scientific approaches, the definition of the concept of "Logistics 4.0" has been clarified, which means the modern paradigm of managing logistic (material, financial, information, transport) flows and organizing a complex of logistics activities (purchase and delivery of material resources, warehousing, production, stock formation, recycling of industrial waste, customer service, transportation and sale of finished products) using breakthrough digital technologies and information systems. The priority areas of organizing the logistics activities of enterprises using digital technologies include the following: multichannel logistics; logistics marketplaces; rethinking the use of packaging; mass personalization; Silver Economy (new services for older clients and new opportunities for older workers); sustainable logistics; sharing economy; multi-supply; customer experience; smart containerization; big data analytics; augmented and virtual reality; cloud service applications and APIs; Internet of Things; robotics and automation; new generation wireless communication; blockchain; Artificial Intelligence; un manned aerial vehicles or "drones"; 3D printing; un manned vehicles; quantum computing; supergrid logisti space logistics; the use of digital platforms that unite customers and transport and logistics companies (the parties can enter into digital contracts, exchange transport booking requests and electronic documents, control the delivery of goods in real time). All this can help to reduce costs by optimizing procurement; decrease in personnel costs and decrease in labour costs as a result of automation; reduction of errors in logistics; optimization of the supply process; efficient warehouse management; forecasting shipments; creation of optimal routes; operational planning of loads and control of delivery times; ensuring product delivery on time, improving customer loyalty; optimal interaction with customers on the "last mile" uk_UA
dc.language.iso en uk_UA
dc.publisher ДЗ "Луганський національний університет" uk_UA
dc.relation.ispartofseries економічні науки;
dc.subject digital economy uk_UA
dc.subject Industry 4.0 uk_UA
dc.subject Logistics 4.0 uk_UA
dc.subject concept uk_UA
dc.subject management paradigm uk_UA
dc.subject logistics activities uk_UA
dc.subject logistics flows uk_UA
dc.subject organization uk_UA
dc.subject digital technologies uk_UA
dc.subject information systems uk_UA
dc.subject advantages uk_UA
dc.subject optimization uk_UA
dc.subject efficiency uk_UA
dc.title Development of the Logistics 4.0 Concept in the Digital Economy uk_UA
dc.type Article uk_UA

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