Reindustrialization of the hottest traditional man

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The "Reindustrialization" of traditional manufacturing industry still needs the help of Internet.

after the financial crisis, the gradual acceleration of Reindustrialization in the United States and the strong push of the U.S. government for the return of manufacturing industry are rewriting the global manufacturing pattern. The essence of Reindustrialization in the United States is industrial upgrading, maintaining a leading position in R & D, technology and manufacturing in the field of high-end manufacturing

in China, the profits of the manufacturing industry are becoming increasingly meager. The profits of most traditional manufacturing industries are only between 3% and 5%. With the rise of raw materials and labor costs, the traditional manufacturing industry no longer seems to be a hot topic for investment

therefore, industrial upgrading, Reindustrialization and re optimization are the inevitable trend of the future development of traditional manufacturing industry. Traditional manufacturing industry needs transformation and upgrading, so it needs to work hard to deepen the mode of market procurement and trade, for example, to promote the integration and innovation of upper and lower markets, and e-commerce is an important link. In fact, some domestic enterprises have begun to upgrade the traditional manufacturing industry through e-commerce

Yiwu shopping station, which relies on 70000 entity operators in the Yiwu market of Zhejiang Province, is an example. The Yiwu shopping platform is an e-commerce model based on the entity market. This model gives full play to the rising and falling trend of the offline entity market after the deceleration of the optimization and deceleration system of the offline entity market, and can drive the prosperity and development of the entity market and related industries through the construction of e-commerce, Realize the integrated development of tangible market and intangible market

wangjianjun, general manager of Yiwu shopping, believes that different from the B2B model, Yiwu shopping is a B2R (retailer model) model, that is, a merchant to retailer model. The launching project of 70000 physical stores in Yiwu not only opens new marketing channels for operators, but also inserts a pair of invisible wings into the physical market. The traditional manufacturing industry has also been upgraded and replaced naturally in this process

in a sense, it is an innovation to form a complete lithium battery industry chain from B2B to B2R. The essence of B2R refers to a sales model in which products are sold directly from manufacturers to end retailers. It integrates the resource advantages at both online and offline ends, integrates the supplier resources at home and abroad in the upstream commodity cities, and pushes them to downstream retailers all over the world through unified screening, sorting, warehousing and logistics

2.3 print or draw markings accurately according to the sample size requirements. In fact, Yiwu is the distribution center of small commodities, and B2R mode has natural advantages. For market operators, B2R mode has opened up new innovative sales channels; In the long run, B2R mode will not be affected by the transfer of production bases. It can organize supply sources nationwide and globally and supply goods to retailers nationwide and globally

many cities in China have their own special industries according to cleaning operations, such as the capital of electrical appliances, the capital of shoes, the capital of leather, etc. if these cities can move their products to the market like Yiwu, these products will sell more

the stores of characteristic products are collectively moved to the top. On the one hand, the business to retailer model is realized, so that local products can be wholesale to wholesalers all over the country and even all over the world, thus promoting faster delivery of products; Second, more idle funds are confident to invest in these industries, which also promotes the upgrading, Reindustrialization and re return of traditional manufacturing industries. (Zhang Yan)

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