Types of supply chain 2021-06-20 14:02:03 According to different classification standards, the supply chain can be divided into the following types. (1) Stable supply chain and dynamic supply chain According to the stability of the supply chain, logistics from Guangzhou to Longnan can be divided into stable supply chain and dynamic supply chain. The supply chain based on relatively stable and single market demand is more stable, while the supply chain based on relatively frequent changes and complex market demand is more dynamic. In actual management and operation, it is necessary to change the composition of the supply chain accordingly according to changing needs. (2) Balanced supply chain and inclined supply chain can be divided into balanced supply chain and inclined supply chain according to the relationship between supply chain capacity and user demand. A supply chain has a certain and relatively stable equipment capacity and production capacity (combination of the capabilities of all node enterprises, including suppliers, manufacturers, transporters, distributors, retailers, etc.), but user needs are in a process of constant change . When the capacity of the supply chain can meet the needs of users, the supply chain is in a state of equilibrium; when market changes intensify, resulting in increased supply chain costs, increased inventory, and increased waste, the company is not operating in an optimal state, and the supply chain is In a tilted state. A balanced supply chain can achieve a balance between the main functions (purchasing/low procurement costs, production/scale efficiency, distribution/low transportation costs, market/product diversification, and financial/funding operations). (3) Effective supply chain and reactive supply chain Guangzhou to Wuwei logistics can be divided into effective supply chain and reactive supply chain according to the functional mode of the supply chain (physical function and market intermediary function). The effective supply chain mainly reflects the physical function of the supply chain, that is, the conversion of raw materials into parts, semi-finished products, products, and transportation in the supply chain at the lowest cost; the reactive supply chain mainly reflects the market intermediary function of the supply chain, That is, the products are allocated to the market that meets the needs of users, and they respond quickly to unforeseen needs.