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The relationship between cross-border e-commerce and international logistics

by:CNS     2021-07-06
The relationship between cross-border e-commerce and international logistics 2021-06-29 13:44 Cross-border, e-commerce, and, international, material, flow, relationship, cross-border,    cross-border e-commerce companies have brought the development of international logistics market. Traditional business models are increasingly unable to meet people's needs. In the new era, consumers will pay more attention to product quality and the richness of product types. In addition, consumers will pay more attention to the shopping experience, and the emergence of cross-border e-commerce has greatly improved the convenience of shopping, met the needs of consumers, and optimized the shopping experience of consumers. At the same time, the emergence of cross-border e-commerce plays an important role in improving the quality of corporate services, improving the efficiency of the supply chain, improving the efficiency of corporate operations, and increasing the volume of international trade transactions and the scope of development. Therefore, many traditional enterprises have introduced cross-border e-commerce business models one after another, and the huge cross-border e-commerce market provides market opportunities for the development of cross-border e-commerce.  International logistics is a necessary part of building a cross-border e-commerce supply chain. The process of cross-border e-commerce includes negotiation, contract signing, payment, logistics, etc. The development of cross-border e-commerce also provides market opportunities for the development of enterprises related to these links, especially international logistics. In cross-border e-commerce, the basis for the implementation of enterprise-consumer contracts is non-virtual international logistics, and the factors that affect consumer experience are also the efficiency and cost of logistics; therefore, cross-border e-commerce not only provides a market for the development of international logistics Opportunities have also brought challenges to its development. Therefore, international logistics is a necessary link in the development of cross-border e-commerce, and its level of development has also become a key factor for cross-border e-commerce supply chain integration and cross-border e-commerce supply chain enterprises to obtain operating benefits.  International express. International express delivery is the traditional mode of cross-border e-commerce logistics services, mainly through international express companies to solve the commodity distribution and logistics problems in cross-border e-commerce. Internationally well-known international express companies include uninterruptible power supply, uninterruptible power supply, FedEx, DHL, etc. International express companies such as SF Express and Tong Yuan are also involved in cross-border e-commerce under the trend of the times. International express, the traditional logistics model, has advantages in express delivery timeliness and service quality, and can meet the needs of customers around the world. However, there are also disadvantages such as high prices and unavailable special line express delivery, which affects the customer's logistics experience.   Overseas warehouse. Overseas warehouses are a new type of cross-border e-commerce international logistics model that has emerged in recent years. It means that companies operating cross-border e-commerce establish or lease warehouses in overseas destinations, transport goods to overseas destinations through transportation methods such as sea, land and air, and conduct online sales through cross-border e-commerce. After consumers successfully place an order, companies can use overseas destination warehouses or overseas third-party logistics agencies to directly distribute and transport goods. Compared with the shortcomings of the traditional logistics model, the new logistics model of overseas warehouses can shorten the logistics time, reduce the cost of logistics and distribution, and effectively solve many problems such as product inspection and return; although it has the unparalleled advantages of traditional logistics, because The investment in building overseas warehouses is huge, and many cross-border e-commerce companies are daunted.   Border warehouse. Border warehouses and overseas warehouses are both new cross-border e-commerce international logistics models. They both set up logistics warehouses on national borders far away from the national border; the difference between border warehouses and overseas warehouses is that overseas warehouses are located in overseas destinations, while border warehouses are located in commodities The neighboring country of the importing country. At the same time, for border warehouses, the location of warehouses can be divided into relative border warehouses and absolute border warehouses. Relative border warehouse, that is, the warehouse is located in a country that is not adjacent to but close to the country where the goods are imported, and the absolute border warehouse is located in a country adjacent to the country where the goods are imported. In actual operations, the advantages of border warehouses are mainly reflected in their ability to effectively avoid political, legal, and tax risks in the destination country. At the same time, the establishment of border warehouses can make full use of the regional logistics policy of the free trade zone, thereby reducing logistics costs and improving logistics efficiency.   Set the flow of goods. Consolidated goods flow is also a common logistics mode in cross-border e-commerce international logistics today. The cost of international e-commerce logistics distribution is lower and the efficiency is higher. At present, there are two main operating modes, namely the establishment of a warehousing logistics center and a cross-border e-commerce strategic alliance to jointly establish an international logistics center. Free trade zone or bonded zone logistics. The logistics model of a free trade zone or a bonded zone is also a product of cross-border e-commerce. It is by transporting goods to warehouses in free trade zones or bonded areas, and then selling goods by cross-border e-commerce companies. At the same time, warehouses in free trade zones or bonded areas are responsible for goods sorting, quarantine, packaging and other links, and finally realize the centralized logistics and distribution mode of goods through free trade zones or bonded areas. The biggest advantage of this model is that it can make the most of the advantages of the free trade zone and the bonded zone itself to provide guarantee for the rapid operation of cross-border e-commerce international logistics.
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