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Logistics Distribution Mode Based on Supply Chain Strategy

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DOI: 10.23977/socsam.2022.030102 | Downloads: 35 | Views: 978

Author(s)

Zhang Ge 1,2

Affiliation(s)

1 Qinghai Nationalities University, Xining, Qinghai, China
2 Center for International Education, Philippine Christian University, Manila, Philippine

Corresponding Author

Zhang Ge

ABSTRACT

At present, most companies focus on how to optimize the distribution system, improve the distribution performance, and better compete with rival companies in terms of distribution time and cost. The purpose of this paper is to study the logistics distribution model based on supply chain strategy. Starting from the characteristics of supply chain management, the logistics distribution mode based on supply chain strategy is discussed. This paper explains the current situation of supply chain management and logistics distribution in the food industry, and by comparing the influence of different supply chain strategies on the distribution model, it is proved that the supply chain strategy that matches the product characteristics can produce a more effective distribution model and better distribution performance. Finally, the integrated product line and differentiated supply chain strategy and outsourcing strategy are discussed using the best practice cases found in the actual research. Since the soybean and soybean protein meal businesses each account for about 1/2 of all sales, an efficient supply chain strategy is used. Continuous improvement of operational excellence is the key to turning the right distribution model into competitive distribution performance.

KEYWORDS

Supply Chain Strategy, Logistics Distribution, Distribution Model, Inventory Control

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Zhang Ge, Logistics Distribution Mode Based on Supply Chain Strategy. Social Security and Administration Management (2022) Vol. 3: 10-16. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/socsam.2022.030102.

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