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A sequel to the first volume of the series entitled “Contemporary Logistics in China: an Introduction”
Updated analysis and discussion of logistics development
Based on the most up-to-date information and synthesized for a systematic presentation for readers in universities, consulting firms, media, logistics enterprises, governmental agencies, and research institutions
Driven by decades of steady economic growth in China, logistics has now taken center stage in the nation’s development plan, and both infrastructural construction and operations systems have been improved to propel logistics into a new era. This book, the second volume of the series on “Contemporary Logistics in China,” is a “just-in-time” publication which introduces readers to the logistics development in China for this pivotal period. The papers are founded on the up-to-date studies of a team of dedicated researchers, and supported by the reputable Logistics Research Center at Nankai University. The book presents a comprehensive and thorough analysis of the progression and transformation of modern-day logistics in China, as well as the critical issues and perspectives involved in it. Researchers and practicing professionals alike will find this book an indispensable and “just-in-time” reference and information resource.