The manuscript should be arranged according to the following pattern in two documents:
First document (in English, numbered lines, without personal informations)
- title (please use capital letters only when needed),
While writing the summary please keep in mind that it may be also reprinted separately by abstracting/indexing journals or databases. In research notes or review articles a short conventional abstract should be written instead of a structured summary.
The summary should be divided into small chapters:
- Background (Why the study was initiated? Why this type of study is needed? and What is the aim of the present paper?),
- Results, principal
- Conclusion (with a closing remarks—What is the importance of the present findings? and What directions it sets for future research?) Please note that the Conclusion is not a summary of the results, but a more general statement.
- 4-6 key words,
- Introduction, Materials and methods, Results, Discussion, tables, and figures. Figure captions (including full legend describing the figure and explaining all the symbols used) must be pasted below respective figures (do not repeat them). An excess of headings and subheadings should be avoided. Only generic and specific names should be set in italics. Any issue not covered by the present instruction should be resolved based on “The scientific style and format”. The CBE Manual for Authors, Editors, and Publishers. Sixth Edition 1994, Cambridge University Press.
Second document, additional informations
- names of authors (with first names spelled out, middle names as initial, and last name CAPITALIZED),
- affiliations of all authors,
- ORCID id for all authors (if exist, see -> https://orcid.org/).
- full postal address (with e-mail addresses),
- Important! Obligatory! Funding Source Declaration (funding agency e.g. university or research grants and their source received in the course of study)
- Possibly Acknowledgements
Sample manuscript files:
- Manuscripts for publishing in LogForum must confirm to the Manuscript proceedings of Journal's Editor. All submitted papers written in English must be prepared according to the following rules.
- Document should be have numbered lines
- Paper length-in general papers - 12-14 pages (A4-format) inclusive of tables and illustrations.
- The main text and abstracts and references must be saved as one text file. Tables, figures, graphs and other appendices must be saved to separate files, in applicable file format.
- Manuscripts' style- the use of font type of Times New Roman and size of 12 pt 1,5 -spaced is required. Font styles like bold and italic ones are accepted but without underlying of letters, words and sentences.
- Tables and illustrations should not exceed B-5 format (12.5 cm x 19.5 cm). All descriptions should be printed with a font size 9 pt. Text inside tables should be printed with a font size 8 pt. Single-spaced. Vertical lines are not desirable.
- Tables descriptions, descriptions of illustrations and figures must be written in English. Tables and figures numbers in Arabic numerals.
- Units-only SI units should be used, e.g. g×dm-3 (not g/dm3).
Literature references in text - the author's last names and year of publications should be given in brackets e.g. [Kowalski and Lewandowski 2000, Lewandowski 2001, Zalewski et al. 2001] or "..according to Kowalski ...".
The cited literature should be published in scientific papers of international range (the most recent literature from the Web of Science, or/and Scopus ) , and only exceptionally the manuals positions , and internet information, should be included. The literature references should not be given in illustrations, figures, tables und under the page.
All titles must be original (e.g. Polish) and translated into English.
DOI number (digital object identifier) for all references is required (if exist).
Please ensure that every reference cited in the text is also present in the reference list (and vice versa).
Original papers should not contain more than 30 references.
Review articles should not contain more than 60 references.
- Literature references - must be listed alphabetically in the form as following: author's last names with initials, year of publication (if more than one publication of the same authors, each one should be marked by the letter a, b, c, etc placed after year), article's title, publisher's shortcut, place, volume number, issue number, page numbering.
Yao J., Gu M., Optimization Analysis of Supply Chain Resource Allocation in Customized Online Shopping Service Mode, Mathematical Problems in Engineering, vol. 2015, Article ID 519125, 11 pages, 2015. https://doi.org/10.1155/2015/519125
Craig R. C., Rogers D.S., 2008, A framework of sustainable supply chain management: moving toward new theory", International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, 38, 5, 360-387, https://doi.org/10.1108/09600030810882816
Yin R.K., 2003, "Introduction", in Robinson, S. (Ed.), Case Study Research Design and Methods, Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA. 1-15.
Lee Y.Ch., Oh H.J., Koo Ch., Sarkis J., 2011, Logistics decision model for environmental aspect using the analytic network process., AMCIS Proceedings - All Submissions. Paper 331. http://aisel.aisnet.org/amcis2011_submissions/331
Pande, P.S., Holpp L., 2001, What Is Six Sigma? McGraw-Hill Trade Logon Baltic project website. 2008. Available from Internet:<http://www.logonbaltic.info>.
Tripathy A.K., Singh A.K., 2004, An efficient method of eliminating noisy information in web pages for data mining. Proceedings - The Fourth International Conference on Computer and Information Technology (CIT 2004) 978-985.
Krzyżaniak St., 2015. Model of the impact of parameters controlling replenishment in the BS (min-max) continuous review system on the actual inventory availibility. Logforum 11 (3), 283 - 294. https://doi.org/10.17270/J.LOG.2015.3.8
Koliński A., 2014, Problem pomiaru efektywności procesu produkcji w aspekcie zarządzania łańcuchem dostaw [The problem of efficiency measurement of production process in terms of supply chain management], Gospodarka Materiałowa i Logistyka 66 (6), 10-16.
Krafft M., 2007, Kundenbindung und Kundenwert [Customer loyalty and customer value], Physica-Verlag, Heidelberg.
Cyplik P., Hadaś L., 2015. Transformation of a production – Logistics system in the enterprises of broad assortment offer and a varied customer service strategy. Premises- Methodology- Evaluation. Polish Scientific Publishers PWN, Warsaw
- The example paper: Świerczek, Artur. "The effects of demand planning on the negative consequences of operational risk in supply chains ." Logforum 15.3 (2019): 1. https://doi.org/10.17270/J.LOG.2019.340 (http://www.logforum.net/vol15/issue3/no1/15_3_1_19.pdf)
Attention! From 2017, articles have active hyperlinks, enabling the finding of the references containing the number of DOI. Unfortunately, most of the built-in web browsers readers pdf prevents their use. To use this option, open articles in Adobe Acrobat Reader.