April 21, 2005
MOL Logistics Subsidiary Opens Guangzhou Branch
TOKYO - MOL Logistics (Japan) Co., Ltd. (President: Kazuki Mori) today
announced that its subsidiary, Shanghai Huajia International Freight
Forwarding Co., Ltd. (Chief Executive Officer: Preston Lui) will open a
branch in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China, effective on May 8, 2005.
Guangzhou's logistics infrastructure has been developed rapidly thanks to
the opening of Guangzhou Baiyun Airport and development at Huangpo port, and
other neighboring ports.
The opening of the new Guangzhou Branch allows the company to offer domestic
logistics services in China utilizing the MOL Logistics network, which now
covers 13 cities in China. In addition, it can provide a range of services
for international cargo arriving/departing at Hong Kong and Guangzhou
MOL Logistics (Japan) has also boosted the competitiveness of its sales
force and expanded its logistics network all over the world as the MOL
Group's core logistics company. To serve China's domestic logistics market,
the company will offer just-in-time (JIT) services to customers and plans to
launch regular consolidated trucking services linking south, east, and north
China, and expand its warehousing services that indirectly support logistics
between southern and northern regions. MOL Logistics (Japan) continues to
offer high-quality, fine-tuned services as its customers' total logistics
Profile of Shanghai Huajia International Freight Forwarding Co., Ltd.
||Unit-E, 14/F, Xinyu Building, No.81 Nonlin Xia Road, Dongshan ward,
||Tel: (020) 6128-3770 Fax: (020) 6128-3825
|Start of operation
||May 8, 2005
The MOL Logistics network in China includes 13 offices: Hong Kong, Shanghai,
Beijing, Shenzhen, Zhangjiagang, Tianjin, Qingdao, Suzhou, Hangzhou,
Guangzhou, Dalian, Ningbo, and Xiamen
For further information, please contact:
MOL Logistics (Japan) Co., Ltd.
Katsuji Kobayashi - Group Manager, Project Development Department
Shanghai Huajia International Freight Forwarding Co., Ltd.
Masami Yamamoto - General Manager