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The Technical Conditions of Modern Logistics

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Modern logistics is an important link of the modern commodity economy and it is also an important pillar in the development of modern economy. What things are needed in the establishment and development of modern logistics industry are not just the funds, equipment and management. And it is not based on the imitation and transplantation simply. The formation and development of modern logistics industry is the objective requirements of the advanced enterprise management technology. Advanced information technology and standardized management are the technical foundation of modern logistics industry established.

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Dong, Z. (2013) The Technical Conditions of Modern Logistics. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 1, 19-22. doi: 10.4236/jss.2013.15005.


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