Design of Integrated Logistics Model for Ceramic Enterprises in Liling

  • Anquan ZouEmail author
  • Jun Liu
Conference paper


This paper analyzes the development of ceramic industry in Liling and the current situation of its logistics, and analyzes the existing problems of ceramic Logistics in Liling as follow: 1st, enterprise’s understanding and management of logistics is fall behind; 2nd, information asymmetry in procurement links; 3rd, absence of support for third party logistics; 4th, policy guidance is not clear in development of logistics. We use cost analysis and production ratio reciprocal method to optimize the production flow of ceramic products. We design logistics network information platform which constructed integrated logistics model of integrate proprietary logistics of ceramic enterprises, third party logistics and four level information platform. Our work improve the green development of ceramic enterprises in Liling to provide active exploration.


Liling ceramic Logistics Pattern design 



This article is Supported by the National Social Science Foundation of China: “Carbon emission measurement and control study of ceramic supply chain in low carbon manufacturing” (17BJY008).


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Business AdministrationFoshan UniversityFoshanChina

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