SHS Web Conf.
Volume 120, 2021Sixth International Scientific Conference “BUSINESS AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT”
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||Competitiveness and Sustainable Development of Agriculture|
|Published online||24 August 2021|
Identification of criteria for good logistics practices for agrobusiness development
D. A. Tsenov, Academy of Economics - Svishtov, Department of Strategic planning, 5250 Em. Chakarov 2, Svishtov, Bulgaria
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The main research goal is to identify criteria for good logistics practices for the development of agribusiness in Bulgaria. The thesis is that the construction of logistics chains is a market reaction of the business for efficient use of available resources and generation of added value, contributing to cohesion between the regions in the national economy. Methods are analytical tools such as: analysis and summary of literature, tabular, graphical and schematic presentation of characteristics and trends, interview and survey on the possibilities for building logistics chains in agribusiness. The results of the study are: First. There are regional inequalities and asymmetries in territorial development. The survey data show that in less developed regions there are more logistics companies with a wide range of activities, which helps generate economic growth and achieve regional cohesion. Second. Based on the survey, the main problems and positive trends in solving internal organizational problems in business organizations are outlined. Third. The following criteria for good logistics practices in business development have been identified and substantiated: internet platform for doing business, commercial packaging and design, inventory and delivery tracking systems, shortening planning time, order processing and delivery, service and maintenance, promotional policy and establishment of logistics structures.
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