The U-Freight Group – (www.ufreight.com) – the Hong Kong-headquartered international freight services and logistics group – has enhanced its coverage of China’s coastal manufacturing regions with the opening of a new airport office in Xiamen, Fujian province, one of the country’s most important commercial centres.
U-Freight’s Xiamen office has moved to a new office location in the Shengtong Centre at Xiamen airport to allow easier access for customers and staff and is home to two of the company’s brands, Dalian China
Express and U-Ocean.
U-Freight’s Chief Executive Officer, Simon Wong said: “We know that China has entered its second phase of its economic and industrial development and we are anxious maintain the same breadth and range of
services that have been available throughout China to our clients in Xiamen.”
The city, with a population nearing four million, is a key coastal manufacturing and business centre. Its deep-water port is among the top 18 container ports in the world with the city enjoying major hinterland
connections in Fujian province and the neighbouring provinces of Guangdong, Jiangxi and Zhejiang as well as Shenzhen and Hong Kong.
Xiamen has a diverse and well-developed economy with major activities such as fishing, shipbuilding, food processing, tanning, textiles, machine tool manufacturing, chemical industries, telecommunications and financial services.
Contact details for the new office: Room 303 Shengtong Centre, No.40 Xiang Yun First Road, Xiamen Airport, Xiamen, Fujian, China Tel: +86 592 5733354
In China, U-Freight’s network extends to multiple facilities in most of the country’s key trade gateways. The company operates under a number of brands in China including U-Freight China, Shanghai Rijin, Dalian China Express and Shanghai Renaissance – each servicing different trades or
types of industry.