This paper evaluates competition location decisions in a fuzzy environment and assesses international transport logistics service systems using a fuzzy model. First, the study introduces the concepts of fuzzy set theory. Second, a stepby-step fuzzy algorithm, including ten systematic procedures, is effectively represented and processed to assure convincing and effective decision making. Third, three major competitive locations in the Pacific Asia region are presented as examples to analyze the rank order and competitive scenario of international transport logistics service systems. Finally, the operations of fuzzy numbers and -cut can be adopted as a practical tool for empirical applications in future studies.

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