U-Freight on the move in Beijing

Company Profiles, Logistics — By on April 30, 2019 at 8:27 AM

One of UF-Logistics new warehouse

U-FREIGHT ON THE MOVE IN BEIJING

The Beijing office of U-Freight (Shanghai) Ltd has moved to a new office location to provide enhanced services for customers and staff.

U-Freight (Shanghai) is one of a number of subsidiaries that the Hong Kong-based U-Freight Group has in China.

The freight forwarding and logistics company’s network extends to multiple facilities in most of the country’s key trade gateways and its subsidiaries include U-Freight China, Shanghai Rijin, Dalian China Express and Shanghai Renaissance – each servicing different trades, or sectors of industry.

With China entering the second phase of its economic and industrial development, the U-Freight Group is keen to maintain the same breadth and range of services that have been available throughout China for its clients in Beijing.

Contact details for the new office are: Rm. W615-618, Donggang Xinzuo, Nanfaxin Town, Shunyi District, Beijing, China

Tel: +86 010-6945 0996

From its new Beijing office, U-Freight (Shanghai) Ltd offers the full range of the U-Freight Group’s freight forwarding and logistics services, including its growing presence in e-commerce logistics fulfilment services.

Comments group CEO: “Since our formation over 50 years, U-Freight has always invested heavily in China; both through offices and logistics hubs; as well as service developments.

“With our own operations in China, we were one of the first foreign transportation companies fully licensed to operate a network of offices in the country.

“For some time, U-Freight has been showing its commitment to developing e-commerce logistics and in respect of cross-border e-commerce in China, and is qualified by China Customs and CIQ as a licensed Cross-border E-Commerce Enterprise, as well as a Cross-border E-Commerce Logistics Service Provider.

“We already have a system that can connect e-commerce / e-shop platforms with China Customs / CIQ that delivers data transparency, which is a requirement of the Chinese authorities.”

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