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  • Research Report on China Logistic Industry
    Order ID:  CDC-R-2002-008
    ISBN:  2001 Version
    Publisher:  All China Marketing Research Co., Ltd.
    Publication Date:  6/1/2001 12:00:00 AM
    Format:  Paper Copy
    Languages:  English
    Pages:  108+
    Price:  $800 (for academic users)
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    Preface As an advanced organizational form and management technology, modern logistics is widely recognized as an important profit source besides reducing consuming raw materials and improving productivity. The development level of logistics in a country reflects its Integrative national power and competitive capacity. China's logistic industry has developed rapidly since the start of the reform program. Nowadays, China has established its integrated transportation system, including railway transportation, truck transportation, water carriage, aviation transportation and pipeline transportation. Chian's third party logistic firms are also on the way, distribution centers are developing evidently, and the application of modern logistic technology is strengthened. But from the aspect of the general level of the development of logistics, China's logistic industry is still in its beginning development stage. Each element of logistic process is still separate and divided. Circulation cost accounts for a great proportion of the total costs. Logistic industry has wide development space and large market potential. Modern logistic industry will be an important industry in economic development and a new sector of Chinese economic growth. This report describes and analyzes the outline, scale and problems of China's logistic industry, characters, structure; scale and opportunity of China's logistic market; development ouline and operation of China's logistic firms, and makes comparisons between Chinese and foreign logistic firms. This report also discusses the development countermeasures and the influences brought by China's access to WTO, and gives some suggestion in developing of modern logistic industry.
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    Content 1. General Situation Of China's Logistic Industry 1.1 Retrospect of the Development of China's Logistic Industry 1.2 Concept, Characters and Functions of Modern Logistic Industry 1.2.1. Concept of Modern Logistic Industry 1.2.2. Characters of Modern Logistic Industry 1.2.3. Significance of Developing of Modern Logistic Industry 1.3 Development Outline of China's Logistic Industry 1.4 Main Problems Existed in China's Logistic Industry 1.4.1. Logistic Management and Circulation Mechanism is Intersected 1.4.2. Logistic Conception is very Weak in the Whole Society 1.4.3. The Degree of the Standardization of Logistic System is Relatively Inferior 1.4.4. The Management Level and the Operation Competence in Logistic Firms is Lagged Behind 1.4.5. Conflicts Between Lagging Logistic Infrastructure and the Development of Logistic Industry 1.4.6. Being Short of Experts in Logistic Management and Operation 1.5 Tendency of China's Logistic Industry 1.5.1. Third Party Logistic Service is in the Ascendant 1.5.2. Logistic Industry Will Further Reconstruct Resources, and Improve the Whole Industry Level in the Future 1.5.3. Information Technology is the Most Important Instrument in Improving the Logistic Operation Level 1.5.4. Non-Logistic Firms are Entering into Logistic Industry 1.5.5. Logistics Will Be a New Sector of Chinese Economic Growth 2. General Situation Of China's Logistic Market 2.1 Development Outline of of China's Logistic Market 2.1.1. Executives Analysis of Logistics Demanding Firms 2.1.2. Logistic Proportion Structure Analysis of Quantity, Expenditure and Service Type 2.1.3. Quantity and Proportion of Third Party Logistics Emlopyed By Firms 2.1.4. Payment 2.2 Demand of China's Logistic Service 2.2.1. Logistic Scale 2.2.2. Logistic Service 2.3 Market Opportunity Analysis of China's Third Party Logistics 2.3.1. Analysis of Satisfaction Degree 2.3.2. Analysis of Choice Behavior of New Logistic Agency 2.4 Bottle-neck Analysis of China's Logistic Market 2.4.1. Maintenance of Industrial Firms and Business Firms 2.4.2. Motor Vacancy Rate 2.4.3. Integrative Service 2.5 Tendency of the Development of China's Logistic Market Structure 2.6 Prospect of China's Logistic Market Scale 2.6.1. Vast Development Space of Third Party Logistics 2.6.2. Large Porpulation and Large Consumption Market 2.6.3. Market Opportunity Brought by the Reformation and Development of State-Owned Firms 2.6.4. Market Opportunity Brought by the diversification and the Improving Customer Service Demand Level 2.6.5. Market Opportunity Brought by the Entrance of Foreign Companies 2.6.6. Opportunities Brought by China's Access to WTO 3. General Situation Of China'S Logistic Firms 3.1. Development Outline of of China's Logistic Market 3.2. General Analysis of China's Logistic Listed Companies 3.2.1. Analysis of the General Situation 3.2.2. Problems Existed in China's Logistic Listed Companies 3.2.3. Tendency of China's Logistic Listed Companies 3.3. Foreign Logistic Firms in China 3.3.1. Outline of Foreign Logistic Firms 3.3.2. Ever-Enlarging Investment Space of Foreign Logistics 3.4. Contrast Analysis Between Chinese and Foreign Logistic Firms 3.5. Development Strategy of Chinese Logistic Industry 3.6. Analysis of Typical Firms 3.6.1. Appliance of Information System in Logistics--Guangzhou Baogong Logistic Group 3.6.2. Super Logistic Center ----- Shanghai Commercial Logistics Center 4. WTO and the Development of China's Logistic Industry 4.1. Opportunities and Impacts Brought by China's Access to WTO 4.1.1. Positive Influnce on Logistics Brought by China's Access to WTO 4.1.2. Impacts on Logistics Brought by China's Access to WTO 4.2. Liberalization and Reformation Prospect Analysis of China's Logistic System 4.2.1. Distribution Liberalization 4.2.2. Logistic Service Liberalization 4.2.3. Electronic Commerce Liberalization 4.2.4. Commercial Firms Liberalization 4.2.5. Reformation Foreign Trade Regime and Openess of Foreign Trade Industry 4.2.6. Others 4.3. Restrictions on the Openess of China's Logistic System 4.3.1. Transition of the Opening Time 4.3.2. Restrition on Region Quota 4.3.3. Restrition on Investment Proportion 4.4. Positive Influnce on Chinese Ecnomic Brought by the Development of Logistic Industry 4.4.1. Logistic Industrialization Contributes to the Establishment of Integrative Logistic System, and Accerlerates the Separation of Government and Enterprises, Officers and Merchants 4.4.2. China's Logistic System Reformation Promotes the Improvement of Legal System 4.4.3. With the Introduction of Competition Mechanism, Capital and Technology, Logistic Market is Brisk 4.5. Conclusions 5. Countermeasures of the Developments of China's Logitics Industry 5.1. Polices and Directions of the Development of Future China's Logistics 5.2. Situation of Underconstruction and Investmentin Main Areas in China 5.2.1. Shenzhen 5.2.2. Guangxi Logistic Center 5.2.3. Tianjin 5.2.4. Shanghai 5.2.5. Chongqing 5.2.6. Main Investment Measures of the Foreign Logistic Firms 5.3. China's Existed Logistic Codes and Rules 6. Main Conclusions 6.1. From the Point of China's Logistic Industry: 6.2. From the Point of the Demand Market of Logistic Service: 6.3. Summary Appendix Appendix I: Appendix II: List Appendix III:Top 10 News in China's Logistic Industry in 2000 Tables Table 1 Exploitation of China's Logistic Software Table 2 Material Logistic Flow in Industrial Firms Table 3 Finished Goods Logistic Flow in Industrial Firms Table 4 Logistic Flow in Business Firms Table 5 Freight Quantity in The Whole Society Table 6 Freight Turnover capacity in The Whole Society In Ton Kilometers Table 7 Development Programs of Logistic Listed Companies Table 8 Basic Situations of Logistic Listed Companies Figure Figure 1 Choices for New Type of Logistic Angencies Figure 2 Requirements on the Service Items of the Logistic Angencies Figure 3 Proportion of types of Warehouse Possessed By Interviewed Firms Figure 4 Proportion Distribution of Handling Equipment Possessed By Interviewed Firms Figure 5 Exploitation of Logistic Software Figure 6 Logistic Executives in Business Firms Figure 7 Material Logistic Executives in Manufacturing Firms Figure 8 Employed Types of Logistic Service Figure 9 Index Growth Rate Related to Material Logistics in Industrial Firms in 2000 Figure 10 Index Growth Rate Related to Finished Goods Logistics in Industrial Firms in 2000 Figure 11 Index Growth Rate Related to Sales Logistics in Business Firms in 2000 Figure 12 Agential Proportions of Third Party Logistics Figure 13 Agential Quantities of Third Party Logistics Figure 14 Modes of Payment in Industrial Firms Figure 15 Modes of Payment in Business Firms Figure 16 Time of Payment For Industrial Firms Figure 17 Time of Payment For Business Firms Figure 18 Proportion of Each Transportation Mode Accounts for in Society Freight Quantity in 1999 Figure 19 Proportion of Each Transportation Mode Accounts for in Society Freight Turnover capacity in 1999 Figure 20 Accurate Rate of Order Process By Logistic Executives Figure 21 Timely Distribution Rate of Logistic Executives Figure 22 Service Contents Provided By Third Logistics in Industrial Firms Figure 23 Service Contents Provided By Third Logistics in Business Firms Figure 24 Satisfaction Degree of Outsourcing Logistic Service Figure 25 Satisfaction Degree to Third Party Logistics Figure 26 Reasons For Dissatisfied With Third Party Logistics Figure 27 Criteria of Logistic Effects Figure 28 Satisfactoy Degree of Self-Supporting Logistic Srevice and Effects Figure 29 Reasons for Satisfactory With Self-Supporting Logistic Quality and Effects Figure 30 Reasons For Dissatisfactory With Self-supporting Logistic Quality and Effects Figure 31 Satisfaction Degrees of Logistic Activities in Industrial Firms Figure 32 Probability of Seeking for New Logistic Agent Figure 33 Probability of Selecting New Logistic Agent Figure 34 Choices of Types of New Logistic Agent Figure 35 Choices of service Contents of New Logistic Agent Figure 36 Chief Criteria of Selecting New Type of Logistic Agent Figure 37 Maintenance of Industrial Firms and Business Firms Figure 38 Motor Vacancy Rate in Each Type of Firms Figure 39 Industry Distribution of China's Listed Companies Figure 40 Per Share Proceeds in Logistic Listed Companies in 1999 Figure 41 Yield of Net Asset in Logistic Listed Companies in 1999
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