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Volume 339, 2021International Conference on Sustainable Transport System and Maritime Logistics (ISTSML 2021)
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|Published online||02 July 2021|
Actual problems for logistics management and strategies of supply chain in Georgia
Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University, Department of Business Administration, Management and Marketing, Ninoshvili/Rustaveli str. 35/32, Batumi, Georgia
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In social-economic development strategy, logistics is considered as one of the priority direction to increase the competitiveness of the country. In order to adapt the flexibility of the supply chain, the companies should properly work and carry out such logistics strategy, which allows them to identify the influence of the expected changes and make organizational or functional amendments to ensure the reduction in logistics costs. The development of logistics system contributes the integration of Georgia in global economy space and strengthens its competitive positions on international logistics market. In the work, it’s been studied the potential of increasing the functional load of Georgian ports and the potential of establishing them as logistics centers, it’s been reviewed logistics role, as a vital sector in terms of global trade and as a continuous and uninterrupted delivery of goods during a crisis period of Covid-19 pandemic. Strategies for supply chain has been studied and evaluated by sectoral mark according to expertise, economic-statistical and analytical methods and it’s been defined the role of Georgia in global logistics network and the actuality of involvement in it.
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