China's leading logistics integrator giant SF Express is now emerging as a global force that is reshaping the balance of power in the rapidly evolving logistics sector. Established in Guangdong in 1993, since its establishment, SF has created a diversified express service business unit organization and service networks throughout China and now through the world. The company represents the first private express logistics firm with an operating airline subsidiary in Mainland China. SF Airlines has a fleet of total 55 owned cargo aircraft. SF E-Parcel connects over 225 countries and regions and express delivery support in 62 countries.
This reference to the economic zone project around the Zhengzhou Airport in an article in Air Cargo World describes an example of the Airport Investment Districts that has been described by Global Logistics Development Partners | GLDPartners.
By Lois Yates|2019-10-02T10:20:18-07:00October 2nd, 2019|
The global economy is not a static system. There are various forces creating fundamental changes, some temporary and some very long-term. In the quest for increased efficiency, or in reaction to new trade agreement frameworks, new shipping solutions are being developed for existing and emerging supply chain requirements. This post is the first of several discussing newly emerging air logistics hubs that are being created by the continuous change in the global economy.
GLDPartners is proud to announce the launch of our new mobility sector website. GLDPartners Mobility Solutions is our dedicated company that is working inside the automotive/mobility sector - including on testing and development facilities, new market entry strategies, public policy and infrastructure planning, supply chain management and economic development.
Conflicting market messages alongside a fascinatingly relentless march toward a complete overhaul of the automotive industry makes it very hard to provide simple explanations of the industry. It's important to get this right and understand what is now a complex industry that is better described as about "mobility" - and not your grandfather's car producing industry.
California Gov.-elect Newsom attended Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s inauguration and the trip came after recent news that NAFTA will likely be replaced by the USMCA (US-Mexico-Canada Agreement). The agreement was signed by leaders of Canada, Mexico, on the US September, however it still requires legislative approval. The next California Governor has a lot at stake and is developing his own relationship with Mexico's President. There is good reason for Governor-Elect Newsome to be developing his own relationship with Mexico.