Yusen Lo­gis­tics launches ex-im ser­vice in Guangzhou

Cargo Talk - - International News -

Ja­pan-based Yusen Lo­gis­tics launched an ex­press ser­vice for air­freight ar­riv­ing in Guangzhou, China. Upon ar­rival at Guangzhou Baiyun In­ter­na­tional Air­port (CAN), cargo will be col­lected from the air­port ter­mi­nal within six hours as a min­i­mum lead-time, rather than the typ­i­cal min­i­mum of a full day to col­lect con­sol­i­dated cargo at CAN. As part of its new ex­press ser­vice for ur­gent cargo ship­ments, Yusen Lo­gis­tics es­tab­lished a Guangzhou-based team and an emer­gency or­der ser­vice giv­ing pri­or­ity to im­port dec­la­ra­tions, al­low­ing for faster re­trieval of cargo ar­riv­ing at CAN.

Guangzhou is one of the world’s top cargo air­ports, with 2016 through­put of about 1.7 mil­lion tonnes, and is grow­ing rapidly with the open­ing of a new pas­sen­ger ter­mi­nal in April of this year. The air­port’s growth has con­trib­uted to the slower rate of cargo han­dling at the air­port, ac­cord­ing to Yusen Lo­gis­tics.

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