Compared with domestic logistics, international logistics differs in four aspects: logistics environment, logistics system, information system, and standardization requirements. The main service objects of international logistics are international trade and transnational operations. An important feature of international logistics is the difference in the logistics environment. The logistics environment here mainly refers to the soft environment of logistics. Different countries have different laws that are compatible with logistics, which increases the complexity of international logistics. The level of technological development in different countries and different economies puts international logistics under the support of different technological conditions. It may even be impossible for some regions. The application of certain technologies has led to a decline in the operation level of the entire international logistics system; different standards in different countries will make it difficult for the international logistics system to establish a unified standard; the characteristics of national conditions in different countries will inevitably limit international logistics.