Today, companies in the logistics and, more generally, supply chain sectors continue their existing workflows and activities in a more complex structure. In this complex and large structure, companies often encounter some difficulties and problems. In addition, logistics companies use the technologies and systems produced both through outsourcing and in-house while performing their work flows. ... [Show full abstract] However, logistics companies, like all other companies, are affected by the radical change of technology. In this context, studies and applications for the use of blockchain technology, which is called destructive technology, in logistics and supply chain sectors have gained importance in order to digitize the logistics sector and to make business processes more transparent and traceable. As part of this study, a case analysis study was conducted for the use of blockchain technology in the logistics and supply chain, and an application study of this case analysis was conducted in a logistics company using appropriate methodology methods.