With its strategic connectivity, the country is a logistics powerhouse with a vast manufacturing base, global trade, and well-developed infrastructure. China plays a central role in worldwide online ecommerce, combined with multiple coastal ports, strong road networks, high-speed rail and advanced airports, overseeing the smooth movement of goods on a large scale.
China’s major cities and logistics hubs, such as Shanghai, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Tianjin, Beijing, Chengdu, Wuhan, Ningbo and Xiamen, present a multimodal transportation network. For example, Chengdu has strong rail connections, especially for trade with Europe through the Chengdu-Europe Express Rail service.
We actively participate in esteemed national and global freight networks, such as the IFLN and GLA. This means that we not only guarantee reliable services in regions where we have our own offices, warehouses, and terminals, but also extend this reliability globally.