About the journal
LogForum is a scientific journal created to be a global forum for an exchange of scientific achivements and implementations in the field of logistics. The journal, founded by the Poznan School of Logistics (Poland), has been supported by many scientific authorities in this branch (Editorial Board).
The journal is tracked by: Web of Science Core Collection - Emerging Sources Citation Index, DOAJ, Business Source Premier (ebsco), Academic Search Complete/Business Source Complete (ebsco) Ulrichs WEB, Primo Central Index, HINARI, J-Gate, Electronic Journals Library (EZB), Scirus, BazEkon, EconBiz , Erih Plus, Socolar ( China), ROAD Directory of Open Access scholarly Resources, University of California Libraries, Swiss University Library Network (RERO), Arianta, Baztech, CEJSH, Harvard Libraries, Index Copernicus, Bielefeld Academic Search Engine, Baidu, TRIS (Transportation Research Information Services), Cabell's International.
This journal is the non-profit enterprise and published papers may be collected, read and downloaded free of charge.
We are strongly convinced that many original research reports from different scientific centers will be published in this journal covering all aspects of logistics. It should also enable to make new contacts between science and business.
We invite everybody to join us both by submitting the scientific manuscripts to be published in this journal (Instructions for Authors) and by forwarding us remarks and suggestions, which will help to improve this journal.
This journal is the open access and non-profit enterprise. The published papers may be collected, read and downloaded free of charge - with Author's rights reserved. We have adopted a Creative Commons licence CC BY-NC (Attribution-NonCommercial) .
According to decision of Ministry of Science and Higher Education each paper published in LogForum is granted by 13 points.
The journal LogForum has received in 2016/2017 a grant of Ministry of Science and Higher Education for funding of projects covering the activities to promote and popularize the science.