Analysis on the development trend of China's smart logistics industry

In the future, with the deep integration of logistics industry and technology, smart logistics technology will continue to break through and present some new trends:

1. Smart logistics will be more efficient and intelligent

With the maturity of next-generation technologies such as the Internet of Things, cloud computing, big data, and blockchain, logistics personnel, equipment and goods will be fully connected to the Internet, and all aspects of logistics will be intelligent, and the logistics industry will be transformed into an intelligent transformation.

2. Smart logistics will be more environmentally friendly and low carbon

Smart Logistics makes full use of the idle resources of the society and actively reduces the energy consumption. It is in line with the requirements of global green and sustainable development. It is expected that green packaging, green transportation and green warehousing will accelerate the promotion and application in the next five years, and “green low carbon” will enhance wisdom. Logistics influence.

3. Smart logistics will lead the transformation of supply chain

With the advantage of being close to users, smart logistics will drive the Internet deeper into the upstream and downstream of the industrial chain, and force users to strengthen the linkage and deepening integration of all links in the industry chain, and promote the accelerated formation of the “collaborative sharing” ecosystem.

4. The development of smart logistics enterprises is promising

At present, there are many logistics enterprises in China, but the industry concentration is low. The head enterprises only occupy a small part of the market share, while the development of small and medium-sized enterprises is uneven. The development of the logistics industry is chaotic. The development of enterprises needs to be integrated, and it can take the lead in developing and applying wisdom. Logistics technology companies are expected to stand out.

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