SUSTAINABILITY TRENDS IN THE POSTAL SYSTEMS OF LAST-MILE DELIVERY

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  • Dragan Lazarević
  • Momčilo Dobrodolac

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.46585/pc.2020.1.1547

Klíčová slova:

postal system, transport, last-mile delivery, sustainable development

Abstrakt

Postal systems are characterized by strong infrastructure and appropriate human, technical, and technological resources. The activities of these systems are economically demanding and impact the environment, which represents some of the most delicate problems of sustainable development. This paper presents the basic principles and proposals for the improvement of sustainable development capabilities in the postal systems. A review of modern means of transport is offered. Some of these means are still in the trial phase; however, their implementation is expected in the near future based on both, economic and environmental reasons. 

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2020-06-30

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Lazarević, D., & Dobrodolac, M. (2020). SUSTAINABILITY TRENDS IN THE POSTAL SYSTEMS OF LAST-MILE DELIVERY . Perner’s Contacts, 15(1). https://doi.org/10.46585/pc.2020.1.1547

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