Logistic congress in Izmir: hosted by Izmir University in partnership with LODER and BVL German Logistics Association XIII. Many international and domestic academicians came together at the International Logistics and Supply Chain Congress.
Hosted by Izmir University, the XIII. At the International Logistics and Supply Chain Congress, the problems, solution proposals and future situation of the logistics sector, which is an integral part of the functioning of many sectors, were discussed. The opening of the congress, in which more than 10 scientific presentations were made in 100 simultaneous sessions for two days, was made by İzmir University Rector Prof. Dr. Kayhan Erciyeş, Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences Prof. Dr. Erhan Ada, Congress President İzmir University International Relations Department Lecturer Assist. Assoc. Dr. Ülviyye Aydın, Congress Co-Chairman, Head of International Trade and Logistics Management Department of Maltepe University Prof. Dr. It was held with the participation of Mehmet Tanyaş and academicians. Special sessions, which bring together the leading representatives of the business world with the scientific world, add a different atmosphere to the congress program. kazanIt enabled the sharing of information including current trends in the logistics sector. At the end of his presentation, the first key speaker was Prof. Dr. Rector Erciyeş presented Adil Baykasoğlu with a plaque of appreciation.
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Head of Congress Asst. Assoc. Dr. Aydın and Congress Co-Chair Dr. The meeting started with the greeting of participants Tanyaş'in Rector. Dr. Erciyeş highlighted the importance of the logistics industry in the world and Turkey and Izmir University to close the skilled labor shortage in the sector make a difference by being a first in Turkey International Trade, said that the opening of the Finance and Logistics Master's program. Consultant Altay Onur, speaking on behalf of BVL German Logistics Association, emphasized the importance of industry-university cooperation in the logistics sector.
Head of the Department of Industrial Engineering, Dokuz Eylul University. Dr. Adil Baykasoğlu emphasized that effective fleet management has a direct impact on the performance of logistics companies in the modern competitive environment and suggested solutions to the problems encountered in fleet management strategies. Another speaker, Georgian Logistics Association President, Georgia Technical University professor. Dr. Giorgi Doborjginidze pointed out the 7.7 million tons by rail between East and West, and 1.2 million tons of goods by road. He said that the Caucasus is the best transportation route due to its geographical location. In this sense, underlining the project of Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway project. Dr. He drew attention to the key role played by the Doborjginidz Turkey.
The last speaker of the opening meeting was Assoc. Dr. In his presentation, Tone Lerher emphasized the importance of facility logistics in the efficiency of industrial plants such as production, distribution and warehouse. 20 of the total cost of the facility, which constitutes the cost of logistics, thanks to new approaches can be more cost-effective, greener and more effective Assoc. Dr. Lerher informed the participants about the new generation technologies in this area.