During the stay from June 12th to 16th of 2017, CCUI’s vice president, Weiming Shi, visited Manchuria along with CCUI’s largest shareholder, CEFC. What calls for special attention is that, the mayor of Manchuria, Ailian Xu, met the member of delegations, and both sides made preliminary contacts on international logistics and other cooperation issues.
Manchuria, is a municipality directly under the central government and the jurisdiction of the county level, it has a population of 320,000, with a GDP of 26-billion-yuan last year. It is also the largest land port city in China and China’s key development and opening experimental zone. At present, Manchuria has formed 14 central European railway lines, and in 2016, the port transit exceeded 700 train shifts, with a breakthrough value of 10 billion yuan.
CCUI’s delegation inspected the Manchuria’s bonded area, Sino-Russian border, Trade District, road port, container handling centre and industrial zone. After a full analysis with deliberation, it is generally to reckon that Manchuria has its full potential in cross-border logistics field, and CCUI is going to take a deeper look based on the ‘The Belt and Road’ strategy.