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Logistics intensive clusters are agglomerations of several types of firms and operations: firms providing logistics services, such as 3PLs, transportation, warehousing and forwarders, the logistics operations of industrial firms, such as the distribution operations of retailers, manufacturers (in many cases after-market parts) and distributors and the operations of companies for whom logistics is a large part of their business.


Logistics Clusters, Success Factors, Competitiveness, Regional Growth, Supply Chain Management, Bibliometric Analysis and Systematic Literature Review

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Murotova N. and Aminova N.B., “LOGISTICS AS A FACTOR OF CLUSTERING”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 6, no. ICDSIIL, p. 3, Feb. 2021.