(Yicai Global) Oct. 27 -- China's eastern Anhui province plans to build 10 integrated logistics hubs and develop two to three logistics industry clusters with an annual output of CNY100 billion (USD15.08 billion) by 2021, said Anhui Development and Reform Commission yesterday.
The province also aims to leverage its commercial agglomeration areas, industrial parks and designated entry ports to construct a number of professional logistics parks.
Anhui will apply Big Data and Internet of Things technologies to the logistics park construction to enhance the park's service level in terms of warehouse management, tracking and traceability, data analysis, credit evaluation and other areas.
The government will provide land supply protection for parks included in the demonstration list, supply land for logistics enterprises through a lease-before-sale system and offer a 50-percent reduction in urban land use taxes.
Logistics revenues in Anhui amounted to CNY315.1 billion in 2016, an annual increase of 4.2 percent. By the end of the year, more than 110 logistics parks with a total land area of more than 66,000 square meters were operating or under construction in the province.