China Logistics is a provider of typical freight forward services, including goods reception, space reservation, transit shipment, consolidate traffic, storage, and multi-modal transport. The company hauls a variety of merchandise such as refrigerated goods, hazardous merchandise, and perishable agricultural products.
In addition to its U.S. offices near Los Angeles, Calif., China Logistics conducts business in China via subsidiary Shandong Jiajia International Freight & Forwarding Co., an international freight forwarder and logistics manager that acts as an agent for international freight and shipping companies. Shandong sells cargo space and coordinates land, maritime, and air international transportation for clients seeking to export goods from China.
In December 2013, exports and China peaked at a record high of $207.7 billion. Though exports in China contracted year-over-year in the months of March and February 2014, March exports of $170.1 billion is an increase from $114.0 billion in February, according to the General Administration of Customs. This export growth is a vital component of China’s accelerated economic expansion, as exports of goods and services constitute 30 percent of China’s GDP.
To take advantage of the considerable global opportunity in international shipping, China Logistics has established a network of domestic and international transportation service provider partnerships. To accommodate a diverse client base, Shandong Jiajia has branches in major seaport cities in China, including Shanghai, Qingdao, Xiamen, and Lianyungang.
Moving forward, China Logistics is seeking opportunity to expand its business in areas complementary to its current international freight forwarding, logistics management, and trucking services. Last year, the company initiated a plan to offer limited domestic trucking services dispatched from its Shanghai headquarters and plans to expand these services initially to clients in close geographic proximity to the ports currently serviced.
China Logistics also intends to sharpen its focus on the freight forwarding services business to parts of South America, and is exploring plans to establish its own warehouse facility for international and domestic storage and logistics.
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