Rhenus Greater China Sets Up New Office in Zhuhai

SHANGHAI, CHINA – Media OutReach –
13 December 2021 – Leading global logistics service provider Rhenus
has established a new branch in Zhuhai. The first in the city and its third in
the Guangdong province, the team is part of the company’s efforts to strengthen
support for businesses in Zhuhai and connect them with international players in
the region.

Zhuhai is China’s second-largest port city and plays a key role
in China’s Belt and Road Initiative, since the Guangdong Pilot Free Trade Zone (GPFTZ) Hengqin Area came
into operation in 2015. Designated as one of China’s first special economic
zones and home to over 2,200 high-tech enterprises, Zhuhai has a strong focus
on high-end service and manufacture, the high-tech industry, characterized
marine economy and eco-agriculture. With new development plans announced for
Guangdong-Macao in-depth cooperation in Hengqin, the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao
Greater Bay Area is set to see a boost in economic activity across diverse
industries.

The new branch will
offer a full range of Rhenus services across air, ocean, road and rail freight.
Industrial solutions for sectors including aviation, marine and hospitality as
well as warehousing solutions for customers using the Macau International
Airport and Hong Kong Airport will also be available.

“We
are very happy to expand our network in South China with the new office in
Zhuhai. The proposed ‘Free Trade Zone’ project will lead to an influx of investments
and opportunities from the region and having our own setup here will allow us
to better understand and support our clients more closely,” said Cliff Xu, CEO
of Rhenus Air & Ocean Greater China.

Rhenus Greater China
plans to extend its presence to Macao by 2022. With 20 offices, it is
one of the largest networks in the Asia-Pacific region. Key focus areas include
rail freight from China to Europe, cross-border road freight and warehousing
solutions. For more information, visit www.rhenus.com/en/cn.

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