Research on the Development Strategy of Logistics Firms in China


The logistics industry has attracted wide attention as an important industry that supports economic development. Most of Chinese logistics enterprises are transferred from traditional transportation and warehousing business. Their information integration and mining capacity is insufficient. The basis of weak competitiveness of the traditional logistics industry needs to be improved. By analyzing the driven factors of modern logistics industry, the paper further discusses Chinese logistics enterprises’ problems and analyzes the case of X company to describe the business strategy of modern logistics firms.

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Wang, L. (2014) Research on the Development Strategy of Logistics Firms in China. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 2, 253-257. doi: 10.4236/jss.2014.29042.

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