Issues and Challenges of Logistics Inventory Post New Normal Covid-19

Reza Oktafiani Akbar, Farindria Arsyka, Try Rachmi Pemila Putri, Yani Setiani, Hanissa Okitasari


Adapting to changes caused by natural disasters, crises, and pandemics like the Covid-19 pandemic makes it difficult to carry out operations as usual. The purpose of this scientific article is to inform and explain the issues and challenges in the logistics industry, particularly in the post-new normal Covid-19 inventory system, where logistics inventory is a crucial component of this industry. The types of arrangement used are literature review research and library research that focus on arrangement-related outcomes and variables. The results obtained from this research allow users to make non-cash payments as an effort to curb the spread of Covid-19, aligned with the implementation of digital transactions in pandemic and post-pandemic situations by Bank Indonesia. Therefore, it is expected that there will be a recovery of the industry after the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as economic productivity, while maintaining a balance between environmental sustainability and social justice to achieve the goals of the 2030 sustainable development agenda.


Covid-19, E-commerce, Inventory, Temperature

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