MAGAZINE  №5 (94) October 2019


CATEGORY  Logistic services market Logistic infrastructure



 Today, despite the well-developed issues in the field of logistics, the impact on the size of the logistics costs of the factor of maintaining the intellectual property in the foreign trade commodity flow is not investigated.
The article identifies logistic risks associated with the increase in logistic costs due to costs associated with the movement of foreign trade flow of goods containing the intellectual property.
A comparative analysis of time and material costs arising from the movement of goods containing intellectual property items across the customs border is presented.
The main criteria characterizing the specificity of the commodity flow containing an object of intellectual property are considered.
As a result, the following is proposed:
measures to minimize logistic costs (time and financial) in relation to the movement of goods flow containing the object of intellectual property;
measures to minimize logistic risks of the foreign trade commodity flow the documents for which do not indicate the intellectual property object.
The methodology consisted of the theoretical foundations of the essence of logistic costs and the flow of goods containing IPOs, the current EAEU customs legislation, system analysis.
Conclusion: the article determines main directions for the development of logistic advantages associated with the reduction of time and material costs when moving foreign trade commodity flow containing intellectual property requiring further research.



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 Keywords:  Intellectual property intellectual property objects supply chain logistics customs clearance risks customs legislation EAEU logistics costs

MAGAZINE №4 (81) August 2017

AUTHORS  PONOMAREV E.V. - Postgraduate student, Leading FEA manager, Volga State University of Water Transport, Ltd Logistics Bureau (Nizhny Novgorod, Russia)

CATEGORY  Modern concepts and technologies in logistics and SCM Analytics and reviews


 The relevance of the subject is due to the problem areas presence in the organization of products international delivery to the national market. In the present article, a number of historical examples of the application of the «just-in-time» concept principles in the processes of customs clearance and management of international transportation were considered. At the end of the article, conclusions were drawn about the existing business needs in additional developments (scientific and technical) in this area:
Algorithmization of customs clearance processes in order to reduce the time of goods release for free circulation and minimize the traders’ costs.
Balancing between the policy of protectionism and free trade.
Infrastructural changes related to customs posts and custom terminals.
The need for qualified personnel in the field of international transport management and customs clearance.
New objects of transport infrastructure that meet the requirements of modern markets for goods and services.

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