Plataformas Logísticas: uma abordagem sobre as tipologias e características através de uma revisão sistemática

Logistics Platforms: an approach about the typologies and characteristics through a systematic review

Rafael Mozart da Silva Eliana Terezinha Pereira Senna Luiz Afonso dos Santos Senna Orlando Fontes Lima Júnior Sobre os autores

Resumos

Atualmente a constante competição dos mercados tem feito com que as organizações passem a repensar suas estratégias logísticas, sob forma de utilizar um sistema de operações logísticas que seja capaz de integrar os atores e recursos envolvidos na cadeia de suprimentos. Este trabalho teve como objetivo de pesquisa, analisar as principais tipologias e características das plataformas logísticas. A metodologia de pesquisa adotada para atingir aos objetivos da pesquisa foi baseada na revisão sistemática, pois possibilitou aos pesquisadores a elaboração e desenvolvimento do conhecimento acerca do tema plataforma logística de uma forma estruturada, clara e objetiva. Ficou evidenciando durante a pesquisa e análise dos trabalhos que a utilização de plataformas logísticas surgem como uma alternativa frente aos desafios contemporâneos, onde se faz necessário um redesenho logístico para atendimento as demandas e a transposição das restrições atuais impostas a distribuição de produtos em centros urbanos ou mesmo para responder de forma dinâmica e eficiente aos diversos elos da cadeia de suprimentos.

plataforma logística; aldeias logísticas; parques logísticos; zona logística; revisão sistemática


Currently the constant competition of markets has done with the organizations start to rethink their logistics strategies in the form of using a system of logistics operations that is capable to integrate the resources and actors involved in the supply chain. This work had as objective of research analyze the main typologies and characteristics of logistic platforms. The research methodology adopted to reach the goals of the research was based on a systematic review, because it allowed to the researchers the elaboration and development of knowledge about the topic logistics platform in a structured way, clear and objective. It has become evident during the research and analysis of the works that the use of logistics platforms emerge as an alternative face to contemporary challenges, where a logistic redesign is necessary to meet the demands and transposition of the current restrictions imposed on the distribution of products in urban centers or even to respond dynamically and efficiently to the various links in the supply chain.

logistics platforms; freight village; distriparks; logistics zones; systematic review


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Datas de Publicação

  • Publicação nesta coleção
    31 Jan 2014
  • Data do Fascículo
    Jan 2014

Histórico

  • Recebido
    12 Dez 2012
  • Aceito
    21 Jan 2013
  • Revisado
    12 Jan 2013
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