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Logistics Facilities and Technological Development

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Abstract

This chapter describes the construction of logistics infrastructure and the application of new logistics technology in China. Logistics facilities and technologies are very important in the restructuring and upgrading process of the logistics industry. In 2013, the construction of transportation infrastructure and the layout of transportation network in China were optimized continually. The capability of major logistics channels continued to improve. With the formulation and promulgation of the overall planning of national logistics parks, construction of specialized logistics parks and logistics centers sped up and the industrial agglomeration effect began to show. The quantity and quality of logistics facilities were improved and the utilization of internet continued to deepen. Moreover, the Chinese Government had also introduced a number of national standards on logistics services, logistics operations and logistics informatization.

Keywords

Railway Network Total Travel Time Logistics Infrastructure Information Platform Logistics Industry 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Logistics ManagementNankai UniversityTianjinPeople’s Republic of China

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