DOI: https://doi.org/10.15802/stp2020/199736

MODERN TRENDS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS SYSTEMS

О. A. Hodoskina, S. A. Kirpicheva, A. A. Samsonova, E. A. Shvetsova

Abstract


Purpose. At the present stage, for the normal functioning of the economy, it is necessary to maintain a balance of economic interests for consumers of transport services and transport itself. Therefore, the aim of this work is a detailed study and analysis of the current development level of transport and logistics systems, as well as the prospects for their further development. Methodology For analyze the work of modern transport and logistics systems, a set of methods of economic and mathematical modeling was used, including an element-by-element examination of the transport and logistics system, determining the demand for each of its elements among consumers, the level of corresponding costs, differentiating transport services, etc. Based on the obtained analytical data, the behavior of the transport and logistics system is modeled depending on the specific conditions of its functioning and possible features that accompany it. This allows you to consider various options for using modern technologies in the operation of the transport and logistics system and evaluate the potential benefits. Findings. The application of the logistics principles is aimed at improving the transport services based on the latest transport technologies, which allows using different types of transport, improving information interaction between participants in the transportation process, etc. The development of transport and logistics systems in the Republic of Belarus is also determined based on the Republican expeditionary unitary enterprise BELINTERTRANS – Transport and Logistics Center of the Belarusian Railway. The concept of transport and logistics systems is disclosed. Based on a study of the Belintertrans enterprise, the effectiveness of introducing such technologies as FLEXE technology and the GLONASS fuel consumption control system for the development of transport and logistics systems is examined. Originality. Based on the study of methodological sources and scientific developments in the field of development of transport and logistics systems, several options are proposed for introducing new and more advanced information technologies into the activities of transport and logistics centers. Practical value. The result of applying these technologies is, first of all, cost reduction in the logistics system, as well as increasing the competitiveness of the enterprise, increasing its profits and maximizing customer satisfaction. Since in the transport and logistics system, to satisfy the needs of the client (providing services to consumers and producers of goods), the functions of transportation, storage, distribution, etc. are implemented, the use of information technologies in any of them will increase the stability and efficiency of the system.


Keywords


transport and logistics system; FLEXE; GLONASS; maximum annual income; сombustive-lubricating materials; temporary storage

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