Perishable Foodstuffs Within the System of Supply Logistics

  • Janez Požar
Keywords: perishable foodstuffs, transportation, supply chains management, cold chain, logistics

Abstract

Manufacturers and traders have always had to handle themanagement of supply chains. H01vever, this concept in itspresent meaning has only gained major importance in therecentyears. This is the result of linking supply chains with newtechnologies. The supply chain starts and ends with the endbuyer. The essence of supply elwin management is awarenessof the buyer's wishes and rapid delive1y of the required productsor se1vices. Supply chains play an exceptionally important roleroday. A common strategy for joint projects has ro be workedout wirh partners. In orderro achieve this, a lziglz degree of trustmust exist between them. Partners from various disciplines arenot competitors, but complement, and co-operate with eachother. In cold chains that ensure that perishable goods cover theproducer-consumer route in rlze shortest possible time, co-operationand trust are of key importance since only companies ableto provide the buyer with the right product at the right place andat the right price are successful in the market.

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Požar J. Perishable Foodstuffs Within the System of Supply Logistics. Promet [Internet]. 1 [cited 2023Jan.29];13(6):405-14. Available from: https://traffic.fpz.hr/index.php/PROMTT/article/view/1074
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