This paper aims to analyze the digitalization-logistic operation-related literature from 1995 to 2021 using the bibliometric technique. This article analyses 266 papers from the Web of Science database and the database consisted of peer-reviewed journal articles, reviews, and early accesses articles. Moreover, Bibliometrix R-Package software is used to map the bibliographic material. The research revealed that: the number of publications steadily increased after 2017 and Engineering and Business and Economies are the most productive research areas. China, the USA and Germany are the most productive country based on the total publications and total citations. Indeed, when analyzing the academic collaborative relationships among countries, China is the center of international collaboration and mostly works with the UK and the USA. Furthermore, “Sustainability” is the most productive journal, “International Journal of Production Research” has the highest impact factor and “Annals of Operations Research” has the highest total citation. Besides, Jinan University is the most productive institution and Ivanov D. is one of the most academically influential author in the research area. According to keyword analysis, “logistics”, “management” and “performance” keywords are frequently used by authors.