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Pacific International Lines to develop integrated logistics park in China

23 May 2017 | China
 

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A cooperation framework agreement has been signed between Pacific International Lines (PIL) Group, the Nanning Municipal Government and the Guangxi Department of Commerce to develop the Singapore-Guangxi Integrated Logistics Park (SGILP) in Nanning city, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.

The SGILP will position Guangxi as a logistics base to distribute to South-East Asia and strengthen China’s Belt and Road initiative.

Spanning an area of 3 square menter, the logistics park will consolidate supply and provide world class logistics solutions such as central warehousing, cold chain management and multimodal transportation across air, land and sea, the release added.

   
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