Sinotrans Group Joins CGLN

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

WCA Family announced that the whole of the Sinotrans Group of companies has joined CGLN. The Sinotrans Group is one of the oldest established freight forwarding companies in China and operates under the auspices of the Ministry of Commerce; the Group consists of over 24,000 employees operating at over 235 offices throughout the country, with 98 owned-operated vessels, owner-operated terminals, 56 own container yards and over 335 warehouse locations.  All locations will be listed in the CGLN Members Directory today.

The Sinotrans Group is seeking long-term relationships with CGLN members all over the world and sees that, for strategic reasons, CGLN is the correct platform to reach out to such members and to cooperate further throughout the network. 

CGLN is the only network with credibility in the Chinese market. Its authoritative position comes from its partnership with CIFA, the country’s top organisation for forwarders, which is sponsored directly by the Ministry of Commerce in Beijing.  Please note that due to Sinotran’s relationship with the Ministry of Commerce, they will work solely with other CGLN Members, only.
 

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