The Information Construction of Third-Party Warehousing in the Cold Chain Logistics
In recent years, the development of cold chain logistics attracts people’s attention, and keeping the quality of goods has become the demand of modern life. Since time is a key factor in cold chain logistics, and goods in cold chain logistics with high requirement to the humidity and temperature, it is vitally important for the third-party warehousing in the cold chain logistics to practice information construction, for it can reducing the risk of business operations, optimize operational performance. In this article, firstly, we will analyze the status of cold chain logistics in third-party warehousing company to find the shortcomings in the actual operation. Then propose how to proceed with the information construction of warehousing, thereby improving their shortcomings, and improve the efficiency of third-party warehousing.
KeywordsCold chain logistics Third-party warehousing Information construction
Supported by “The research on development model of agricultural products logistics which based on supply chain collaboration” with item number “2011JBM054” and the key project of logistics management and technology lab.
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