E-Transformation in Foreign Trade and Logistics

E-Transformation in Foreign Trade and Logistics: Electronic Document Workshop, hosted by Istanbul Commerce University, discussed the use of electronic documents in the logistics sector and foreign trade. At the opening of the workshop, Dean of the Faculty of Applied Sciences of Istanbul Commerce University. Dr. Hüner Şencan stated that this workshop will open new horizons in foreign trade and pointed out the increasing importance of using electronic documents with each passing day.
UTIKAD President Turgut Erkeskin emphasized the importance of digitalization in the rapidly developing logistics sector and emphasized that all components of the sector, including customs, should be digitized. As a result of the workshop, which was attended by managers from UTİKAD, TOBB, İTO, insurance and banking sector, it was decided to detail the study with the meetings to be prepared by Istanbul Commerce University academicians in the upcoming period.
It is observed that electronic document usage has become widespread in almost every platform in recent years. Electronic documents have started to replace printed documents in foreign trade and logistics sector. However, the fact that the systems within the country are not integrated and the speed of transition to electronic documents is not at the expected level seems to be a factor that pushes the development of the sector on the digital platform.
25 The e-transformation in the logistics sector was discussed in February at the Electronic Document Workshop organized in collaboration with UTİKAD and İstanbul Ticaret University. In his opening speech, Turgut Erkeskin, President of UTIKAD, highlighted the importance of information technologies and digitalization in the logistics sector. Referring to the speed and cost of digitalization in all components of logistics, including customs, Erkeskin said,, If we want a fast and efficient process flow today, we have to move our transactions to the electronic platform if we want to reduce our costs. Adapting to the electronic environment and adapting to the digitalized processes is now an indispensable condition for getting ahead in the competition. Elektronik
However, the digitalization of the sector is not limited to just using paper and the automation of the Board of Directors. I Numerous new concepts with digitalization have entered our lives in recent years. Examples such as smart contracts, on-line orders via internet, e-invoices, digital signatures, vehicle tracking systems, RFID, cloud information systems, and e-AWB and e-TIR have been introduced into our lives. Bunlar
Emphasizing the importance that UTİKAD gave to the subject, Erkeskin continued his words as follows: Maktad UTIADAD, as the roof organization of the logistics sector, also incorporates companies such as SOFT, Select, which have a share in the digitalization of the logistics sector, and an on-line collateral system service such as SGS TransitNet. In the process leading to e-Freight, the combination of structures serving the logistics sector is an important advantage in the creation of common mind. e
In the 2015 paper, the faculty members of Istanbul Commerce University stated in the article ğ eUCP and Electronic Commerce Investments: E-Signature and Paperless Foreign Trade-. Paper documents in foreign trade are still widely used. It is not only the effect of classical payment methods, but also the existence of different parties located in different countries in foreign trade. Partial solutions in the use of electronic goods in foreign trade do not give enough results. For this reason, there is a need for a comprehensive solution where all parties in foreign trade come together ği expresses the necessity of digitalization. The workshop, which was designed within the framework of this conceptual framework, was the Vice Dean of the Faculty of Applied Sciences of Istanbul Commerce University and Assist. Assoc. Dr. He was moderated by Murat Çemberci. In the first session of the workshop, UTIKAD Board Member Taner Izmirlioglu, TOBB TIR and Ata Karnesi Director Asli Gozutok, ICC Foreign Trade Practices Unit Director Bahriye Cetin, SİRİYOD Board Chairman Uğurhan Acar and TEB Foreign Trade Centers Consultant Abdurrahman Özalp representing the banking sector they made presentations about current e-document applications.
In the second session of the workshop, Mustafa Emre Civelek, a lecturer at Istanbul Commerce University and Head of Ground Services Program in Aerospace, presented a acılık Integrated Foreign Trade Document İstanbul and proposed a single document based foreign trade and payment method. Later on, this proposal was evaluated by the participants' impacts on the use of electronic documents on all stakeholders and processes and the future of electronic document systems. The workshop ended with the participation of all stakeholders of foreign trade and logistics, including the customs procedures, with the participation of all stakeholders, and the decision to bring the ına Integrated Foreign Trade Process paydaş to the agenda in international platforms.



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