Review of the Pandemic Process Logistics Sector

Emel Narman Çetin


With the industrial revolution, those who want to open up to the world in order to do business, their needs for the transportation sector have increased with the increase in production, and this has led to the transition from the way of transportation with animals to the way of transportation with machines. In the 1870s, the first truck transport was realized and the logistics sector developed rapidly in the world with the developing industry and took its current form. The fast-growing logistics industry was interrupted by the Covid-19 epidemic that started in Wuhan, China in 2019. With the measures taken during the pandemic process, the borders were closed and the production slowed down. With the slowdown in production, the closure of borders between countries and other measures taken, the logistics sector has also slowed down. The effects of the Covid-19 epidemic, which has not yet ended, still continue. The international logistics sector, in which developed countries have been integrated for many years, has recently started to develop in our country. Although Turkey has recently entered the logistics sector, it has made rapid progress. This article discusses how the measures taken for the Covid-19 Pandemic period, which is a global epidemic that has greatly affected the world in recent years, affect the logistics industry.


Logistics Industry, Pandemic Process, COVID-19

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