The Analysis of the Development Situation and Trend of the City-Oriented Cold Chain Logistics System for Fresh Agricultural Products

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The city acts as political, culture, and economic center, with fast development of chain business, e-commerce, and other modern trade industries and urban advance of rural integration’s process, the consumption scale and category of fresh agricultural constantly grow, and it must raise urgent needs of city cold chain logistics, while also cause huge of traffic pressure, which makes contradictions between external uneconomic nature of city distribution and the sustainability of city economic development more explicit. Fresh agricultural products are necessities to urban residents, and it is basic guarantee of urban life stability to build a perfect cold chain logistics system for fresh agricultural products, it is also basic conditions supporting the development of the city. This article studies on cold chain logistics system for fresh agricultural products and analyzes the situation of the city-oriented cold chain logistics system for fresh agricultural products, and its development trend.

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Weng, X. , An, J. and Yang, H. (2015) The Analysis of the Development Situation and Trend of the City-Oriented Cold Chain Logistics System for Fresh Agricultural Products. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 3, 70-80. doi: 10.4236/jss.2015.311010.

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