China logistics industry has developed rapidly in line with improved highway infrastructure, which required mid-sized and professional vehicles on the market and demand is soaring in China in the next few years.

Baotou Bei Ben Heavy-duty Truck Co Ltd in Inner Mongolia autonomous region has claimed that it would double its current production capacity of 100,000 units by the end of the 12th Five-Year Plan period (2011-2015).

By that time, it hopes to generate more than 40 billion yuan in sales revenue.

At present, China may not have sufficient heavy-duty vehicles to meet the market needs.

China will pay more attention to the construction of highways, large-scale projects and logistics infrastructure in the coming years.

Logistics industry is expected to develop well and it is a good time for the industry’s reform since opportunities and challenges exist simultaneously in the sector at the moment.

Logistics industry and e-business industry can benefit from each other. E-business can not be separated from logistics since all the goods must be delivered from seller to buyers in the end. Logistics companies can establish steady cooperation relationship with e-business enterprises or individuals in long term.

Logistic industry need to cover all the routes of goods delivery and integrated the resources so that the goods can be transported in cost-efficient mode.

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