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2019 | 124 | 2 | 239-251
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Functioning of the logistics system on the example of the selected sales network

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In business operations of enterprises operating a sales network, particular importance is given to appropriately planned and properly implemented activities that enable the flow of goods as well as the accompanying information. This flow can be ensured only by the logistic system designed in the right way. Each company selling products using sales network has its own individual logistics system. The proper functioning of this system allows the company to fulfill all the tasks and goals that are set before logistics. The article illustrates the functioning of the logistics system in the sales network, and also presents the organization of logistic processes on the example of the chosen network.
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124
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2
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239-251
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  • Faculty of Management, Czestochowa University of Technology, Czestochowa, Poland
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