Research Paper | Economics & Management | China | Volume 8 Issue 6, June 2019
Comparative Analysis of the Development Strategy of Air Logistics in Chinese Private Express Delivery Enterprises
Yang Cheng, Wen Xiao Ni
As the economy of our country grows steadily, the desire for express delivery in the country is also increasing. Along with the changes in the new generation of consumer means and the development of science and technology, China's air express delivery has developed rapidly, bringing new market development opportunities to Chinese local logistics companies, and also brought survival challenges. Standing on the forefront of the times, explore how China's private express delivery breaks in the air express field. Today, the air express business has gradually become the most intense field of struggle for express delivery companies. Highly time-sensitive service and high quality of safety are the tools to attract consumers. However, the high cost of air transport also constrains the development of express delivery companies. Today, with the development of private freight transport enterprises, how to rationally develop air cargo has become a top priority for freight companies. This paper mainly focuses on the two logistics groups represented by SF Express and Yuantong, which are the most representative of the domestic express freight market, by collecting and integrating relevant data and using SPSS software for simulation analysis to predict different strategies and impacts.
Keywords: air express, SF, four links, development strategy
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 6, June 2019
Pages: 1688 - 1698
How to Cite this Article?
Yang Cheng, Wen Xiao Ni, "Comparative Analysis of the Development Strategy of Air Logistics in Chinese Private Express Delivery Enterprises", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=20061904, Volume 8 Issue 6, June 2019, 1688 - 1698
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