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Experience and Enlightenment of the Development of Third Party Logistics in Developed Countries

by:CNS     2021-07-14
Enlightenment from the development of third-party logistics in developed countries 2021-06-20 13:34:15 According to the development experience of third-party logistics in developed countries, the following enlightenment can be obtained. 1. Actively play the role of government departments According to the Guangzhou-Sichuan freight dedicated line survey, third-party logistics suppliers generally hope to improve the logistics development environment. Chinese suppliers believe that the lack of logistics talents is the biggest challenge they face, and foreign suppliers believe that government restrictions are the primary challenge. For example, in order to provide customers with an integrated nationwide logistics service solution, logistics providers must obtain multiple operating licenses by province and transportation mode. The policy environment involves operating permits, inter-provincial transportation, registration, taxation policies, industry standards, etc. It is hoped that the government will issue industrial policies. Since the enterprises in developed countries take private ownership as the main production rights, the relationship is relatively clear, and the enterprise system is relatively standardized, which fundamentally determines that enterprises in developed countries have a stronger driving force for cost control and improvement of product or service quality. Companies in Germany and the United States have realized the important strategic significance of logistics in the new global competitive environment. 71% of German companies and 53% of U.S. companies put the logistics link in the production process of the company. One or second important position. In addition, the high degree of importance the developed countries attach to the logistics industry is also reflected in the government's overall planning of the logistics industry. The Japanese government is very interested in the construction of logistics distribution bases. In large and medium cities, ports, and major highway hubs, the government has planned the land for logistics facilities, forming large and small logistics bases, such as the Yokohama Port Cargo Center. 42 A logistics distribution company. The development of the logistics industry by the U.S. and Japanese governments adheres to the principles of government planning and business operations, clarifies the social status of the logistics industry, relaxes market access, adjusts tax policies accordingly, forms an effective local administrative management system, and establishes a comprehensive logistics industry game rule. 2. Improve the level of socialization and organization of the logistics industry. The high degree of socialization is manifested in many commercial enterprises and production companies that do not have their own warehouses, fleets and other circulation facilities, but instead sign long-term cooperation agreements to hand over logistics business to third-party logistics companies Do it in order to achieve the goal of reducing non-core business investment and lowering costs. For example, Seven-Eleven warehouses and distribution centers in Japan, through the reorganization of distribution channels, wholesalers build distribution centers. Production enterprises and circulation enterprises choose logistics services according to their own circumstances. Smaller companies usually rely on the supply of large logistics wholesale companies to achieve the purpose of reducing non-productive investment and reducing costs; powerful large companies often establish their own logistics distribution centers. Logistics enterprises also pay attention to the development of the network, have a relatively complete logistics distribution network, and have greater advantages in developing and contracting business, meeting customer needs, and reducing logistics costs. Therefore, logistics enterprises can produce economies of scale, and logistics are highly socialized and organized, and can link production, circulation, and consumption well. 3. Focus on studying the logistics strategy and practical logistics technology of enterprises. In order to continuously improve service quality, reduce logistics costs, and enhance competitiveness in the market, most logistics enterprises in developed countries pay more attention to researching new technologies and new methods of logistics and distribution. For example, in order to adapt to the modern society, it has shifted from a 'producer-led economy' to a 'consumer-led economy'. At present, foreign logistics companies have begun to study a new 'efficient consumer response' strategy. In order to improve logistics efficiency, some Japanese logistics companies have improved their existing logistics facilities and invented more practical detachable shelves and mobile barcode scanning equipment for goods. 4. Adopting advanced information systems and advanced logistics technology and equipment. Developed countries have attached great importance to the modern logistics industry and started early, and they have generally adopted advanced information systems and logistics equipment. Use advanced information technology (especially e-commerce) to realize networked, automated and intelligent operation and management, so that the communication and information integration within the supply chain of logistics enterprises will be faster, and customer relationships will be closer. For example, the electronic tracking system SmartTrack designed by the British Jardine Logistics Group for customers, using the Internet as a platform, not only greatly saves customers' communication costs, but can also track goods or orders according to customer needs. The electronic warehousing system designed by Jardine Logistics for its Taiwan branch can check the inventory and delivery status of the goods at any time. Through the analysis of third-party logistics companies in developed countries, it can be seen that a good policy and regulatory environment, a high level of socialization and organization, modern, standardized and efficient logistics facilities, and a complete information processing and exchange system are the development of modern logistics. Several major elements of the industry. Copyright statement: Please respect the original content of the logistics industry. If you need to reprint this article, please indicate the original address of the article. This article was originally created by Guangzhou Freight Company Hongshun Logistics Company. Business phone: 020-32581540 Original address: 1898
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