Developing the Intermodal Logistic Product in Continental Supply Chains

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MAGAZINE №6 (77) December 2016

AUTHORS  KOLIK А.V., GERAMI V.D.

CATEGORY  Analytics and reviews Logistic service providers Logistic services market Transportation in logistics

ABSTRACT

The development of global supply chains objectively adds value to intermodal transportation as an instrument of transport logistics. Along with multiple technologies, there are a great vatiety of business models in practice in which participants interact within supply chains. Reasonable selection of such business models is an urgent task that requires scientific justification.

The article analyzes the combined transportation business models which are used in the transport service of continental (except carriage by sea) supply chains. The common characteristics of business models as well as fundamental differences specific to the transport systems of the North America and Europe are given.

The analysis shows that currently it is impossible to speak about the existence of a single common business model. However, the most common characteristics of modern business models can be mentioned: a two-tier model structure, the key role of railway companies and the broad participation of different logistics operators are among of them.

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