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The concept of logistics management in the enterprises – now and the future

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The concept of logistics management has been functioning in literature of the subject and economic practice for numerous years, and it has developed research methods related to other disciplines of knowledge. The realities of current global economy force the enterprises to consider the sustainable development concept as well. This concept, by assuming sustainability in implementation of economic, social and environmental objectives, exerts impact on the management strategy of contemporary enterprises. This also results from the advancing globalization and the increasing scale of production along with negative phenomena that emerge in the environment and economy, i.e. environmental degradation and depletion of resources. Hence, the sustainable development concept may be sought first of all in strategies adopted by manufacturing enterprises, the operations of which are based on technological processes, distribution and sales, as well as post-sale services and the possibility to manage the final products or reuse of the materials.
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158-170
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  • Vietnam Embassy in Poland, 20/87 Łucka Str., 00-845 Warsaw, Poland
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