Digital transformation, especially the networking of logistics processes, provides more transparency in the supply and distribution chains which improves supply chain management. The main puropose of following paper is to present the added value improvement implementation idea according to contemporary solution of Logistics 4.0. Chosen solution is Internet of Tomatoes (IoTo) as a one of the kinds of Internet of Things (IoT) tools. Research paper presents the current state of chosen tomatoes distribution network in Nigeria and try to precise the added value by using a questionnaire results and propose the mathematical and BPMN 2.0 model for implementing the mentioned solutions. Article shows also some managerial implication of considered improvement.
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