METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH TO ASSESSING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF AN INTEGRATED TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS SYSTEM
Keywords:logistics, efficiency assessment, integrated transport and logistics system, logistics management, decision making
One of the main tools for evaluating the company's activities is the analysis of the effectiveness of its logistics activities, which makes it possible to objectively characterize the internal and external relations of the analyzed object, development prospects, and then make informed management decisions. The purpose of the study is to form a methodological approach to assessing the effectiveness of an integrated transport and logistics system, which allows making operational management decisions. As a result of the study, the features of the functioning of the integrated transport and logistics system were identified; the factors influencing the efficiency of the functioning of the integrated transport and logistics system have been identified; an algorithm for evaluating the effectiveness of an integrated transport and logistics system has been developed. The methodical approach proposed by the authors to assessing the effectiveness of an integrated transport and logistics system makes it possible to identify problem areas or areas of its activity and make operational management decisions in the interests of all participants, aimed at improving the efficiency of the system within the framework of the goal.
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