The word " logistics" first appeared in the United States, from the mid - 1950s to the mid - 1980s as the distribution logistics stage. The basic characteristic of this stage is that the concept of physical distribution has taken on a dominant position by further development and has become a relatively unified and one-one logistics concept recognized by all countries in the world.

Logistics management: in order to reach the service water satisfied by users with the lowest logistics cost Ping, planning, organizing, coordinating and controlling logistics activities.

Electronic logistics: Logistics service providers are committed to maximizing the efficiency and benefits of logistics management in the supply chain through the application of modern information and communication technology with the Internet as the core to better realize the " customer - centered" logistics service goal and through the real-time sharing of logistics information among supply chain partners.