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1 An Integrative e-Business Platform of the Logistics Industry Center of Cyber Logistics The Chinese University of Hong Kong & City University of Hong Kong

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3 An e-Platform is a virtual place/space that facilitates business activities of biztizens online An Information Exchange Platform is an e-Platform where information exchange is enabled indiscreetly. A Collaboration Platform is an e-Platform where omni-interactions is enabled for collaborative trading activities A Management Platform is an e-Platform where activities of business process are managed A Decision Support Platform is an e-Platform where decision process is enabled for omni-participants

4 A Typical Logistics Process ShipperForwarder 1. Request for Quote 2. Quotation 3. Purchase Order 4. P. O. Confirmation 5. Shipper Order/Instr. + Invoice + Packing List 6. Ship Order / Instr. 11. Pre-alert / Arrival Notice 7b. Shipping Order Cycle (S/O, BoL) 7a. Ship Instr. Cycle 8. Gate-out/ gate-in 10. Bay Plan 13. Payment Order 14. Remittance 15. Import documents 16. Proof of Delivery 9. Bay Plan Capture gate movement (gate-out/in) Capture gate movement 12. Export documents 12. Gate-in/ gate-out 5. Shipper Order / Instr.+ Invoice 7a. Manifest Source: John Hammond, SCB

5 A Typical Logistics Process ShipperForwarder 1. Request for Quote 2. Quotation 3. Purchase Order 4. P. O. Confirmation 5. Shipper Order/Instr. + Invoice + Packing List 6. Ship Order / Instr. 11. Pre-alert / Arrival Notice 7b. Shipping Order Cycle (S/O, BoL) 7a. Ship Instr. Cycle 8. Gate-out/ gate-in 10. Bay Plan 13. Payment Order 14. Remittance 15. Import documents 16. Proof of Delivery 9. Bay Plan Capture gate movement (gate-out/in) Capture gate movement 12. Export documents 12. Gate-in/ gate-out 5. Shipper Order / Instr.+ Invoice 7a. Manifest Source: John Hammond, SCB

6 Demonstration Case Study – Background – ePlatform Role – Benefits of using ePlatform ePlatform Demonstration

7 Case Study Case Shipper Name: Alex (Logistics Manager) Company: ABC Toys Company Logistic Service Provider Name: Perry (Business Development Manager) Company: XYZ Warehouse Company

8 Case Background On Strike

9 Case Background CCL ePlatform

10 A Simple View TruckWarehousePackagingAirline A chain of interrelated logistics processes – a logistics chain Job

11 ePlatform Role PerryAlex Warehouse Airline Packaging Truck Shipper David Mary Peter

12 Post Cargo Information Post Alex

13 New Cargo Perry

14 Plan Logistics Chain Perry

15 Alliance with other Partner Perry

16 Optimize the Jobs Integration in the same job – e.g Photocopy with Packaging Service + Truck Warehouse v.s WarehouseTruck

17 Optimize the Jobs Consolidation on different jobs – e.g 5 People to take a Taxi v.s + Job AJob B Job A + B

18 Bid the Cargo Perry

19 Document Exchange Document Templates Database e e-Government Shipper Logistics Partners Financial Institutions e-Document In different formats: PDF Word Excel XML

20 Summary TruckWarehousePackagingAirline Job e-Business (Design & Manage) e-Commerce (Trade) BiddingCargo PostingVirtual Market OptimizationDocument ExchangeDesign Logistics Chain

21 Benefits of using ePlatform Shipper (Alex)LSP (Perry) Find logistics needs easily More Logistics Choices Obtain very competitive price Save Money Fill the required document automatically Save Time Find shippers easily More Business Opportunities Find other partner to help easily Reduce Cost Fill the required document automatically Save Time

22 In Future New market exploration Virtual integration New business concept & model

23 ePlatform OnlineGlobal Integration Management New Era for Online Global Logistics Integration & Management

24 ePlatform Demonstration

25 CCL Website (ccl.baf.cuhk.edu.hk or ww.ccl.cityu.edu.hk

26 E-business Platform – E-commerce Trade Collaboration – E-business Management Design – Logistics Chain Management of business processes An Integrative e-Business Platform (ePlatform)

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28 Digital Trade & Transportation Network (DTTN) Dec-2000: McClier Report, commissioned by the Hong Kong Port and Maritime Board Dec-2001: LOGSCOUNCIL (The Hong Kong Logistics Development Council) Mar-2002: Consultancy – seven working papers to map out the development approach to create DTTN Nov-2002: Final Report (Jan. 2003) May-2003: 3 contenders for the implementation and operator of DTTN

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33 Functional Spec Electronic message routing services Data inheritance services Electronic message transformation services Information security services Statistical and analytical reporting services Portal services

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35 Difficulties Business Model – Neutrality – Institutional Models: government-led, community- based company, commercial entity Management Structure – Standards & Protocols monitoring – Timely inclusion of new & updated standards & protocols – Cooperate with China


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