Does the delivery system affect social relations and their development?? What is the place of activities such as trucking in public life?? Can it be included in the system of social relations?
Many believe that the delivery system is a model of social relations. After all, in such business, as transportation of goods, many people are involved, these are customers and performers, drivers, owners of transport companies, conductors and passengers, loaders, logisticians. After all, when using public transport, a person becomes a passenger and interacts with the conductor, the driver and the other passengers, and therefore enters into a social relationship. Likewise, a person who decides to seek help from a trucking company, which is a representative of the delivery system, by interacting with it, enters into a social relationship.
For example, when an office relocates from the backwoods to the administrative district of the city, there is a kind of “enrichment” of the center with the special unique characteristics of a particular business.
Long-distance shipping plays a special role in public relations. For example, to deliver wheat to areas where it is not cultivated or to deliver refrigeration equipment to the outback, where the preservation of food promotes business. And that, in turn, improves the quality of life of the individual and the whole society, which is also a system of social development.
So, transportation services play a huge role in public life. Certainly they don’t have a huge impact on it, but they do achieve one goal or another, ultimately to improve the quality of life, to grow the business.