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EEO. 2021; 20(3): 1791-1795

The impact of e-logistics on firm performance in context of supply chain

Kaleem Ullah*, Shakeel Khan, Ilyas Sharif, Muhammad Junaid, Afifa Anjum Khattak, Fazle Malik, Muhammad Maroof Ajmal, Rabia Naseer.


In this paper, we focus on the relative efficiency of e-logistics and its impact on the performance of individual firms positioned along the supply chain. These days there is an urge that a firm activities having an impact on its performance should be enhanced, nowadays the competition is between supply chains. In this study, the supply chain of large firms was analyzed. This led to the examination of an entire supply chain from both upstream and downstream perspectives. Supply chain execution and supply chain planning e-logistics tools were identified and their relative efficiency was assessed. Data was collected through a questionnaire, circulated to a representative sample (n=475). In this study descriptive stat, correlation and regression are used for analysis. We attempt to map out the tools' potential to enhance the performance of, individual firms, in particular the link between e-logistics configurations and key performance dimensions. Findings revealed that the e-logistics do have an impact on the performance of the firms.

Key words: Supply chain, supply chain management, performance, electronic logistics, e-logistics

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