Shanghai is not only the Chinese economic miracle, but also the country’s major centre for logistics. This is, firstly, because of its geographical location on the Yangtze Delta next to the Huangpu River. The Port of Shanghai is the busiest container port in the world, handling 36 million TEUs (twenty foot equivalent units) every year. The transport infrastructure also makes the city an important hub for logistics and trade. Apart from this, the two major airports at Shanghai, Pudong and Hongqiao, connect Shanghai with the world. Logistics specialist Rhenus also uses the city as a logistics hub. The Asia holding company in Shanghai manages the general processes and the ongoing development of Rhenus Automotive in China. Thanks to its extensive global network, Rhenus offers the complete range of logistics services, including air, sea and overland freight solutions for break bulk cargo and special freight.
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