Global Logistic 2015 Hopes for the Year: Beykoz Logistics Vocational School, Logistics Applications and Research Center, the International Transport and Logistics Service Producers Association in cooperation with the international dimension, the global logistics companies have found positive expectations for the year 2015.
The research carried out at the FIATA 13 World Congress, organized by 18-2014 October 2014 in collaboration with the International Transport and Logistics Service Association (UTİKAD), was held by the Center for Logistics Applications and Research at Beykoz Lojistik Vocational School of Higher Education, and the world's leading global logistics staff attended the event. Bülent Tanla and Prof.Dr. Dr. Under the supervision of Okan Tuna, Asst. Assoc. Dr. The study was carried out under the coordination of Ezgi Uzel and with the support of Tuğba Güngör's data analysis. performance, future expectation and sustainability.
2014 YEAR PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS
The executives who participated in the survey stated that their 68,67 sales increased in the 53,56 and 61,73 in 2014. On the other hand, in the scope of human resources,% 54,76 of the participants stated that the number of white collar employees and% 58,33 increased the number of blue collar employees.
COMPETITIVENESS LEVEL IN INTERNATIONAL LOGISTICS SECTOR
In the international competition dimension, the 58,33 of the participants stated that in 2014 the price competition was at the highest level in the regions, while the 54,76 showed that the quality competition was at the highest level. In addition, the 61,9 of the participants stated that the competition at service speed was intense.
EXPECTATIONS FROM 2015
Looking at the expectations for the 2015 year, participants showed that 84,48 was in growth expectation and 69,62 was in expectation of profitability. In addition, 82,93 of the participants expressed positive opinion that they will invest in 2015.
SUSTAINABILITY IN THE LOGISTICS SECTOR
They stated that the 80,49 sustainability concept is a part of the company's cultures and that it is written in their missions in the 47'62 ratio.