Intellectualization of logistics and SCM volume 1, issue 3, P62-73 2020 DOI: 10.46783/smart-scm/2020-3-6 View full text
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Lidia Savchenko, Volodimir Davydenko

Abstract: Urban logistics (or city logistics) is developing rapidly due to the strong growth of e-commerce. Accordingly, the last-mile urban logistics faces a significant number of orders that need to be fulfilled in a dense urban development, environmental constraints and permanent congestion. One of the possible systems of rational city delivery is the use of a network of consolidation centers at the micro level. Such a network provides for a two-tier system of urban delivery - 1) from the central warehouse or warehou…

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