COSCO SHIPPING revamps cross-border logistics

COSCO SHIPPING revamps cross-border logistics

COSCO SHIPPING (North America) has recently updated its cross-border logistics by launching its Savannah e-commerce warehousing and US-Mexico Cross-Border Transportation services.

Equipped with modern facilities, the 75,000-square-foot Savannah warehouse provides real-time order sharing to meet the needs of medium-to-large e-commerce clients and raise their market competitiveness.

IBT, a subsidiary of COSCO SHIPPING (North America), has deployed a fleet of 53-foot Dry Vans in Laredo, TX., which are exclusively designed for cross-border transport to ensure higher efficiency and cargo security.

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“Commited to providing comprehensive supply chain solutions, COSCO SHIPPING works closely with ports to develop digital services and to meet US-Mexico cross-border logistics needs,” the shipping liner said in a statement.

Last month, COSCO SHIPPING officially established its self-operated fulfilment warehouse in the US.

More recently, COSCO SHIPPING Development and Standard Chartered Bank (China) Limited engaged in a framework agreement focusing on modernising the container industry chain.

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