ISSN Online: 2790-5829
Rules for sending articles
The editorial staff of the scientific journal "International Journal of Advanced Logistics, Transport and Engineering (IJALTE)" considers only previously unpublished copyrighted materials - scientific (practical) articles, reviews (review articles) corresponding to the journal's topics in English.
The electronic version of the manuscript drawn up according to the Rules, with a scanned copy of the review, is sent through the site https://ijalte.alt.edu.kz/ the button "Make a Submission" by one of the authors.
The author of the correspondence is marked with an envelope symbol ✉.
The authors' full names, complete affiliations (name of the laboratory, section, division, department, institution), along with city and country should be included.
No other requirement is needed at this stage.
Papers must be submitted in WORD. No other format is accepted.
Authors should submit their manuscripts as a single file, with all the key sections (Abstract; Key Words; main text: Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results and Conclusions; Acknowledgements, Funding Information and References,) included.
American or British English is accepted as long as it is used consistently throughout the manuscript and conforms to accepted standards of English style and usage.
Papers in poor English will be rejected, hence it is highly recommended that authors have their manuscripts proofread prior to submission.
Figures and tables
All figures and tables must be numbered and have descriptive captions.
All figures and tables must be mentioned in the text, numbered consequently and cited in number order. Figures should include graphical material; tables, tabular one. All illustrations, graphs, and diagrams should be considered as figures, with corresponding numbers and captures.
All figures and tables must be placed within the text, not as appendices, near where cited.
At this stage, no particular format is required.
What it is indeed important is that references mentioned in the Reference List are cited in the text, and vice versa.
The authors' names should appear underneath the title.
The authors’ first names (and middle names, if applicable) should be initialized, followed by their last names in full (e.g., J. Martínez-López, P. Smith, M. Azizi). In the case of several authors, each name should be separated by commas (do not add “and” before the last author’s name).
After each author’s name, there should be a superscript letter indicating the author’s affiliation. In the case of the corresponding author’s name, after the superscript letter, there should be an asterisk.
Below the authors’ names, there should be the corresponding author’s email address preceded by an asterisk.
After the abovementioned information, complete affiliations (name of the laboratory, section, division, department, institution), along city and country, should be included.
Make sure that complete references have been included for all sources cited in the paper (and vice versa).
Please note: It is very important that authors include the hyperlinks of the sources in the Reference List that can be found online (even if the author consulted them in another way).
The bibliographic list is given at the end of the article strictly in the order of mention in the text. For references to literary sources, square brackets are used - , [4,5]. The bibliographic description of each source must correspond to the given description of the source on the back of its title page, indicating the city, publisher, year of issue, number of pages. The list of references should be at least 20.