10 Things You Need to Know in the Logistics Sector

1. Logistics is not a yönetim kargoculuk geniş but a large supply chain management.
 
Logistics; Expresses all processes of a product from the first manufacturer to the final consumer, such as shipping, storage, customs clearance, packaging, distribution. Another definition is logistics; to provide the right product at the right place, at the right time, in the right amount, in the right way, in the right quality, at a competitive price. Logistics is defined by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, CSCMP, which is the largest logistics organization in the world. Inin It is the process of planning, implementing and supervising the procedures necessary for the efficient and efficient transport and storage of all products and related information, including services, to and from the point of origin according to the customer's needs. (Source: Musiad, Logistics Sector Report)
 
2. The origin of the word logistics is Greek.
 
Logistics comes from the Greek word ”Logistikos” and means kitap account book making science olup and ”skillful in account Lojistik. According to another view, logistics is a combination of birleş Logic ”and“ Statistics Bir. The word Lojistik logistics sık was first used in the military field in Greek civilization, and it has come to the present day with frequent and effective use in military field. It is known that Alexander the Great was a great genius in the field of logistics and added new techniques to the science of logistics during the Persian Expedition. With the arrangements he made in the supply chain, Alexander the Great succeeded in taking his army of thousands more at even greater distances, more effectively, fulfilling his army's needs precisely and timely, and finally achieving victory over the Persian Army with a significant strategic advantage.
 
3. Turkey Ranked 30th among 160 countries in the world league of logistics.
 
According to the logistic performance indices and indicators of 2014, Performans Link to the Competition - Trade Logistics in the Global Economy yer report prepared in cooperation with World Bank experts and the Turku Business School in Finland, the first 10 places in the Logistics Performance Index in Germany (4.12 points), Belgium, England, Singapore, Sweden, Norway, Luxembourg, USA and Japan received. Turkey was ranked 30th among the 160 countries measured points with 3:50. The best performance in the previous 26'ncılık Turkey's Logistics Performance Indexes, the worst performance was 35th place ranking.
 
4. The volume of the logistics sector in Turkey is approximately $ 52 billion.
 
According to the logistic performance indices and indicators of 2014, Performans Link to the Competition - Trade Logistics in the Global Economy yer report prepared in cooperation with World Bank experts and the Turku Business School in Finland, the first 10 places in the Logistics Performance Index in Germany (4.12 points), Belgium, England, Singapore, Sweden, Norway, Luxembourg, USA and Japan received. Turkey was ranked 30th among the 160 countries measured points with 3:50. The best performance in the previous 26'ncılık Turkey's Logistics Performance Indexes, the worst performance was 35th place ranking.
 
5. Turkey is using only 13 percent of capacity.
 
In the world economic market with a trade volume of 16 trillion dollars, the logistics volume is around 6.4 trillion dollars (40%). The global logistics markets consist of three major regions with a market size equal to that of America, Europe and Asia Pacific. As of today, our country has a logistics capacity of 50-60 billion dollars (about one percent of world logistics volume). The value used in this capacity is around 6-8 billion dollars annually. In other words, only 13% of the capacity is used.
 
6. The ratio of logistics capacity to GDP is 6 times less than in developed countries.
 
In developed countries, the logistic capacity is 10-12% of GDP. Between 2-5% in developing countries, the ratio is 2-3% while in Turkey.
 
7. Our investment in logistics activities is 10 times less than in developed countries.
 
Today, the share of the developed countries' expenditures for logistics activities in the global economy is between 1.5-2% on average in the GNP. It is between 0.2% and 0.5% in developing countries. In Turkey, this rate is around 0.3%. While the share of logistics investments in total annual investments in countries is between 15-40% in developed countries, this rate is between 2-5% in developing countries. Turkey is the annual rate of 3%.
 
8. The most important problem of the sector is sorun No way. 8.
 
The International Transporters' Association (UND) CEO Fatih Sener, said they experienced difficulties in Turkey's all the way out.
 
"The average speed of the vehicle leading to Cologne from Turkey, 10 kilometers per hour. Not like a mind. Our industry is losing time and energy and our country is losing. Sektör Sener, give priority to Iran's own vehicle so Gürbulak said could pass as early 4 days from the Customs Gate, exports through the land of the Turkish republic in Central Asia is at the mercy of Iran's is said that there is a treatment that Iran Turkey. After the developments in Egypt and Syria after reaching the Gulf countries is very difficult to reach the Sener, Saudi Arabia did not try to go to the road voiced. Sener, the most important route in exports from Europe, expressing that they are experiencing troubles in the following, said:, Kapıkule Customs Gate, the length of the truck tails grow longer, 3 days here, we are happy. Apart from Iran, Austria is particularly negative. Austria allows around 21,000 Turkish trucks to use their roads. After this quota is full, our vehicles can only cross the country with trains. When we asked why, Birliği You are not a member of the European Union uğ is called. We're having trouble in Turkey's all the way out. Currently the average speed of the vehicle from Turkey to Germany Cologne, 10 kilometers per hour. Not like a mind. Our industry is losing time and energy and our country is losing. Sektör
 
9. Our Strongest: Strategic Location
 
Turkey's greatest strengths is its strategic location in the logistics industry. It's a 4 hour flight from 56 countries from Turkey. 1.5 billion people live in these 56 countries. Approximately half of the total world imports are made in this region.
 
Our other strengths are the fact that multinational logistics companies have an advanced road transport sector with the technical knowledge gained by our local companies in our country.
 
10. Weak Side: Infrastructure
 
still it should not have to modernize the weakest side of Turkey in terms of rail and sea transport infrastructure sector. In addition, the existence of informal companies is a disadvantage in terms of competition, while price-driven competition is affecting the sector due to the problems caused by the companies that try to provide high quality services. The high investment requirement seems to be another important weakness that has undermined the sector's potential.

 

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