Logistics supply chain management based on business ecology theory

@article{Guo2018LogisticsSC,
  title={Logistics supply chain management based on business ecology theory},
  author={Quan Guo},
  journal={Cluster Computing},
  year={2018},
  pages={1-7}
}
In the same commercial ecosystem, although the different main bodies of logistics service such as transportation, suppliers and purchasers drive their interests differently, all the different stakeholders in the same business or consumers coexist mutually and share resources with each other. Based on this, this paper constructs a model of bonded logistics supply chain management based on the theory of commercial ecology, focusing on the logistics mode of transportation and multi-attribute… CONTINUE READING

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