The subject of the study is the theoretical and methodological aspects of the formation of organizational and functional model of innovative transformation of transport and logistics systems. Methodology. General scientific methods used in the study, in particular: theoretical generalization; methods of positive and normative analysis, statistical analysis. The purpose of the study is to substantiate the formation of the organizational and functional model of innovative transformation of transport and logistics systems. Results. The article provides a basis for the formation of organizational and functional model of innovative transformation of transport and logistics systems. The substantive and critical characteristics of the development of transport and logistics systems are investigated. The main factors and motives for the functioning of warehouse logistics in Ukraine were revealed. The main factors and reasons for the development of warehouse logistics in Ukraine were revealed. It has been proved that the reasons and factors for the development of logistics in Ukraine change over the years, and this leads to the emergence of new types of logistics to meet all subjects of logistics services. It has been determined that the development of warehouse logistics is influenced by both permanent and temporary factors. Permanent factors include political, economic and consumer factors. It is proved that the pandemic coronavirus disease (COVID-19) had a significant impact of temporary factors on the development of warehouse logistics in modern conditions. The temporary and permanent reasons for the development of warehouse logistics in Ukraine have been identified. The principles of warehouse logistics are presented. Tasks and levels of warehouse logistics are defined. The basic principles of warehouse logistics are given. These include: consistency, coordination and integration, optimization, sustainability and adaptability, cost reduction, TQM, the use of modeling and automation. It is proved that these principles of warehouse logistics allow to provide timely and quality services for storage, processing and shipment of inventory, provide interconnection of the warehouse with the services of supply, storage, transportation and shipment of inventory. It is proved that the decisive role in the management of warehouse logistics belongs to planning. The main objectives of integrated logistics planning include: the distribution of work areas and equipment on them, minimizing costs, increasing the level of cargo handling and warehouse capacity, increasing throughput capacity. Organizational and functional model of innovative transformation of regional transport and logistics systems, which together will contribute to the intensification of innovative development, engineering and re-engineering of warehouses and transport and logistics entities in general and the construction of modern logistics centers that provide high quality services using the latest technology, was substantiated.
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organizational and functional model, transport and logistics systems, innovative transformations
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