UTIKAD and Beykoz University will keep the pulse of the industry: UTIKAD, the Association of International Transport and Logistics Service Producers, is again keeping the pulse of the logistics sector in cooperation with Beykoz University. 2014 and 2015 '' Trends in the Logistics Sector 'research in the year 2017 is being revived.
In the process of realizing the strategies and targets of the Turkish logistics sector, the research that will bring to light the important information will be repeated every three months. The road map of the sector will be drawn in the light of the information that will be obtained as a result of the questionnaire to be applied to UTİKAD members.
In the cooperation of UTIKAD and Beykoz University m Logistics Research and Application Center ”, ve Trends in Logistics Sector li, which is organized to follow the different perspectives and perceptions of Turkish transportation and logistics sector, is re-launched. 2014, which was started in 2017 and is the pulse of the sector, will be repeated once a month in 3 and the results of the research will be shared with the public.
The “Trends in Logistics Sector Merkezi survey conducted with the cooperation of UTIKAD and Beykoz Logistics Vocational School of Logistics Applications and Research Center shed light on the development and problems in the logistics sector. The results of the surveys conducted every three months were evaluated by Beykoz Logistics Vocational School of Logistics Applications and Research Center and presented to the public with press conferences.
Prof. Dr. Beykoz University, Dean of the Faculty of Business and Management Sciences. Dr. Mehmet Şakir Ersoy and UTİKAD General Manager Cavit Uğur came together. As a result of the meeting held at the UTIKAD association building, it was decided to re-implement the ”Trends in Logistics Sector Sektör in 2017.
At the meeting, Prof. Dr. Beykoz talked about the successful studies of the Vocational School of Logistics. Dr. Mehmet Şakir Ersoy, arı As a result of these studies, the foundation of Beykoz University was held on 7 September 2016 and son Logistics Research and Application Center Ers was established at the university. In the forthcoming periods, the Survey of Trends in Logistics Sector survey will be prepared and implemented by this center de.
The research, which was started to be implemented in 2014, was pleased that the research will be re-established. Dr. Ersoy, büyük UTİKAD support is of great importance to us. In recent years, 'Trends in Logistics Sector' surveys were implemented with the support of members of UTİKAD.
The fact that the number of questionnaires answered during the survey applications is high is of great importance in order for the data to be able to represent the opinions of all the units in the sector and to prepare a healthy report as a result Anket.
As a result of the surveys, the research report will fill a significant deficiency in the decision-making processes of the representatives of the logistics sector. Dr. Ersoy, "the results of the survey will be created as a result of the survey, the public units of the scientific and healthy data to be transferred, at the same time to create a healthy infrastructure in terms of public opinion will allow development," he said.
The surveys, which were sent to the manager of 413 logistic companies of UTIKAD and which included an evaluation of the logistics sector within the scope of 'realizations' and 'expectations', revealed striking results during the FIATA World Congress, which UTIKAD successfully carried out in 2014. Indicating that the realization of the research will shed light on the future of the sector, UTİKAD Chairman Emre Eldener said, “As UTİKAD, we are aware that we have a great responsibility in the process of achieving the Turkish logistics sector's strategy and goals. For this reason, we do our best to support scientific studies that will keep the pulse of the industry and enable us to act effectively in difficult times. At this point, with this research we will carry out with Beykoz University, we will reveal the expectations of our companies in the sector, and we will ensure that the sector can be measured to some extent with percent figures. In this way, while our sector companies can reach the determination of what is happening in logistics today with percentage rates, we are also assuming a duty as an auxiliary source in forming their sustainable policies for the future. ”