Sinotrans Joins CGLN Bringing Over 200 Offices

Monday, July 19, 2010

Sinotrans Ltd. of the People’s Republic of China, has agreed to join China Global Logistic Network, (CGLN).  As a flagship of integrated logistics in Sinotrans Group, Sinotrans Ltd. inherited its over fifty-years of experience in logistics and transportation, customer base and brand. Under the Ministry of Commerce with over 200 offices, and over 24,000 employees, they will become part of CGLN with the exclusive goal of working only with other CGLN members worldwide.

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