Digitization of Macro-Logistics Systems in Ukraine

Valerii Osetskyi, Yurii Umantsiv, Viktoriia Klymenko, Ganna Lozova, Elvira Yeshchenko


This article delves into the multifaceted realm of digitizing macrologistical systems, scrutinizing their nature, influencing factors, and emerging trends. It intricately explores how the integration of digital technologies empowers transport enterprises to deliver superior logistics services while concurrently curtailing costs. A comparative analysis meticulously dissects various facets of the macrologistical system, elucidating the interplay and correlation of its elements within the realms of commodity-money and contractual relationships. The study accentuates the pivotal role of the macro-logistics system in supply chain management.

In scrutinizing Ukraine’s Logistics Performance Index scores vis-à-vis EU countries, the authors attribute the disparity to the enduring conflict. A notable European logistics market trend is identified: a surge in digitization investments by individual companies and the establishment of cohesive online platforms. The paper advocates for the integration of automation in transport logistics, particularly in the backdrop of a wartime economy.

European standards for a contemporary transport management system are analyzed, culminating in the selection of the CargoClix logistics platform. The article expounds on the platform’s merits in adeptly digitizing the operations of transport and logistics enterprises, offering real-time tracking crucial for prompt responses amid wartime exigencies.

The article concludes by substantiating findings with pertinent diagrams and tables. In essence, the digitization of macrologistical systems entails a holistic amalgamation of digital technologies, data analytics, and decision-making solutions for information management in logistics and supply chain operations. This transformative journey, leveraging technologies such as the Internet of Things, unmanned technologies, identification technologies, blockchain, big data, robotic systems, artificial intelligence, and neural networks, aspires to amplify efficiency, visibility, and coordination throughout the supply chain. This paradigm shift is pivotal for evaluating the efficacy of transport and logistics companies, determining their competitive stance in today’s market. Future research trajectories encompass formulating strategies for national companies operating in the domestic logistics market, identifying and implementing key competitive advantages, and devising measures and tools to ensure efficiency during wartime.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22158/ape.v7n1p9


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