Elements of a Logistics System

In a discussion of the First Logistics Customs services logistics system, please note that logistics objects are not limited to freight logistics, but include passenger logistics, disaster logistics, and military logistics (defense security) carried out by every business and industry in the primary sector. secondary and tertiary in order to support its operational activities. Further, in the Blueprint for the Development of Sislognas, it was explained that logistics activities also involve various stakeholders which can be categorized into five groups, including; Logistics users who need goods for use in the production process or for consumption. Consumers have the authority to determine their own type and amount of goods to be purchased, from whom and where the goods are to be purchased and where they are delivered.

Logistics Service Providers are institutions providing service in charge of delivering goods (transporters, freight forwarders, shipping liners, EMKL, etc.) from shipper locations, such as producers, suppliers or suppliers; towards the destination (consignee), such as consumers, suppliers, or producers; and goods storage services (warehousing, fumigation, etc.). Logistics Actors (PL), namely as owners and providers of goods needed by consumers, are divided into two: a. Producers, logistical agents who act as producers/producers of goods. An intermediary that acts as an intermediary for the transfer of ownership of goods from producers to consumers through distribution channels (wholesalers, wholesalers, distributors, agents, markets, retailers, food stalls, etc.) in a trading system mechanism.

In carrying out logistics activities, it is necessary to have adequate logistical infrastructure support. According to the Blueprint for SIslognas Development, which includes infrastructure that supports logistics activities consists of 1) logistics nodes, namely logistics and consumers and 2) links logistics links that play a role in moving goods from the point of origin to the point of destination in the form of distribution networks, transportation networks, information networks, and financial networks.

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