With the development of urban economy, the demand for logistics services is also increasing. China Railway Logistics learned from the traffic management department of Wuhu City yesterday that in the future, Wuhu City will establish a three-tier logistics network, centering on the urban logistics network, extending the logistics network to the countryside, and helping Wuhu's economy and business development.
As one of the dual-core cities in Wanjiang City Belt to undertake the industrial transfer demonstration zone, Wuhu has a unique geographical advantage, making Wuhu a regional logistics center. Wuhu has a strong comprehensive transportation capacity and has become an important node connecting the central provinces and the southeast coast. As a commodity distribution center and processing center, Wuhu has obvious advantages in developing the secondary industry, and is relatively developed in terms of infrastructure, transportation, and information.
In recent years, the rapid growth of Wuhu's economy has opened up a broad market space for the development of Wuhu's modern logistics industry. In particular, the adjustment of the industrial structure has also increased the demand for logistics services. After years of development, Wuhu has formed a modern industry group with automobiles and parts, building materials, electronics and electrical appliances as its pillars, and key industries such as biopharmaceuticals and new materials, and has shown a rapid development trend. The development of a new industrial structure dominated by the processing industry will inevitably bring huge demand for logistics services such as raw materials, parts, semi-finished products, products to be processed, and finished products.