Haitao WEN

Work place: College of Qurtermaster and Technology, Jilin University, Changchun, 130062

E-mail: wenht@jlu.edu.cn


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Haitao WEN was born in 1975 in Jilin, China. She was awarded a Bachelor degree of economics in Jilin Agricultural University in 1997. In 2000 she was awarded a Master degree of management in Jilin Agricultural University. In 2007 she was awarded a PhD in Economics from Jilin University, China. In 2009 she received a one year grant from EPN for postdoctoral research in Department of Transport and Logistics Management at WU Wien Austria.
She had a special experience after she graduated in June 2000. She took service to be a civilian drillmaster in Quartermaster University of People’s Liberation Army of China. And then, she began to teach and research logistics management, especially focus on national economy mobilization and defense acquisition management. She received some research project which funded by Ministry of Logistics or university. But in 2004, due to large-scale disarmament in China, her inaugural university was abrogated from Army and most of the employees were employed by Jilin University. Fortunately, Logistics research direction was remained by creating Logistics Department. In 2008, she got Associate Professor’s position. Therefore, her main research field still focuses on performance evaluation and demand chain management in agri-food supply chain, as well as procurement management and supply chain optimization. 
Dr. Wen received the best paper award of Chinese journal of management science in 2010. Dr.Wen can be contacted at: wenht@jlu.edu.cn.

Author Articles
Designing and Decision Making of Transport Chains between China and Germany

By Jian TONG Haitao WEN Xuemei FAN Sebastian KUMMER

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijisa.2010.02.01, Pub. Date: 8 Dec. 2010

Optimization of an international transport chain may contribute significantly to a successful outcome in international trade. The performance of various modes of transport influences the selection of one over others. This paper analyses the transport chain between China and Germany, comparing routes and aiming to identify the best practices and chose the optimal transport mode. Through analysing secondary data, the different means of transport are presented. The SWOT analysis was selected to analyse and compare the competitive operation of the various methods of transport between China and Germany. This helps us understand what determines the selection of one mode of transport mode rather than another; the development of rail transport between China and Germany should be urged, in addition to the air and sea modes; Price, timing, level of service and relationship with forwarder are vital factors in determining the route option between China and Germany. More secondary data should be used to validate the research in the future.

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