TRENDS IN THE GLOBAL MARKET OF LOGISTICS SERVICES

FIMYAR Svitlana

Abstract


The article focus on the problems of globalization of logistics services market. Specifically studied essence of the logistics, characteristics of the genesis of the concept of logistics in its evolutionary development are given. The main factors influencing the market of logistics services have been identified, namely, the globalization of the world economy and scientific and technological progress, which puts new demands on the quality of logistics services by their customers. It is proved that global logistics functions under the same laws as national logistics, but has its own specificity, which is due to the requirements of the world market, in particular: it is characterized by a longer operational cycle; contains more complex logistics operations; puts increased demands on information systems; causes the combination of logistics processes with marketing technologies. It is established that the modern logistic concept is based on interrelated, close relations in the field of functional, institutional and instrumental aspects of physical circulation of goods. Based on the analysis of the main trends of globalization of logistics markets, it is concluded that in the modern world, globalization is the main trend of development of macrologistic systems, which, on the one hand, reflects the globalization of markets for finished goods, production, material resources, supplies, labor, capital, and on the other - creation and development of global interstate transport and logistics, telecommunication, distribution and other macrologistic systems.


Keywords


logistics; the concept of logistics; principles of logistics; logistics services; the macrologistic system; national and global market for logistics services; logistics costs; factors of logistics service.

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