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March 2020 (published: 04.03.2020)

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UDC 330; 65

Key Trends in Digital Logistics

Vasilenok V.L., Kruglova A.I. , Aleksashkina E.I., Negreeva V.V., Pastunova S.A.

The article discusses the current topic of the formation of threads in digital logistics. In the digital economy, logistics and supply chain management are drivers based on the integration and coordination of relationships between consumers and producers of goods and services. In the work, it was investigated that the end-to-end integration of processes using digital information technologies allows you to accelerate all logistic business processes and predict new technological models. Modeling a dynamic material flow for the delivery of products (goods, services) using digital innovative technologies transforms it into a new form for future consumption. End-to-end optimization of results in supply chains analyzes logistics processes, identifying parameters that improve performance. These parameters or elements include key technologies that can provide fast, cheap, reliable and sustainable logistics. Key trends in business logistics are summarized, reflecting the advantages and disadvantages of it. The article also defines digital economy. It has been determined that a rather large number of studies have been devoted to this issue, but the approved definition of “digital economy” has not yet been clarified. Nevertheless, the development of digital technology trends is based on digital platforms, which are represented by three key classes and can be expressed by the network structure. The paper presents the process of trend formation under the influence of digital technologies. The current trends in logistics are generalized, a significant share of which falls on the transport sector. In conclusion, it is proved that despite the active impact of digitalization, the value of human and electronic potential does not decrease, but, on the contrary, is updated.
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Keywords: digital economy, digital logistics, trends, trends in logistics

DOI 10.17586/2310-1172-2020-13-1-69-78

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