Liu / Lee / Wang / Li / Xiao

Contemporary Logistics in China

Consolidation and Deepening
2013. Buch. IX, 240 S.: 57 s/w-Abbildungen, 12 Farbabbildungen, Bibliographien. Hardcover
Springer ISBN 978-3-642-34524-1
Format (B x L): 15,5 x 23,5 cm
Gewicht: 557 g
In englischer Sprache
Das Werk ist Teil der Reihe:
While logistics has caught on as a vital component in China’s national development plan, both government agencies at all levels and various types of enterprises have put considerable effort into propelling logistics to a new height.  Recent logistics developments in China have witnessed a scene of significant boom dotted with few sporadic dips. This book, the third volume in the series on “Contemporary Logistics in China,” is a must-read publication, which affords the readers a clearer view of the intrinsic consolidation and  increased efforts made amid the recent advancements in China’s logistics development.

The research findings in this book reflect the expertise and diligence of a team of learned researchers in the highly-regarded Logistics Research Center at Nankai University. The book presents a comprehensive and thorough analysis of the progression and propagation of modern logistics in China, as well as a fresh look at some emerging hot issues with potential bearings on future logistics development. Researchers and practicing professionals alike will find this book an indispensable and timely reference and information resource.



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This volume, the third in a series of books entitled "Contemporary Logistics in China,” presents a study of the action and progression of the intrinsic consolidation and increased efforts currently underway in China’s logistics systems Based on the most up-to-date information sources, the study analyzes the status and trend of these key issues and brings together the findings in a systematic presentation for interested reader from logistics enterprises, universities, consulting firms, media, governmental agencies, and research institutions