On March 8, the Management Committee of Nansha Free Trade Zone (FTZ) signed a MoU with Unitrans Group, a large domestic shipping group, to settle various investment projects and jointly build a shipping industrial cluster in the district.
The Unitrans Group is a modern shipping enterprise that offers diversified services covering major ports in China and Southeast China. Chen Honghui, CEO of Unitrans, was confident about Nansha and said Unitrans Group would settle two headquarters of its branches, CULINES and Unitrans Agency.
A signing ceremony between the Management Committee of Nansha FTZ and Unitrans Group was held on March 8. [Photo provided to Newsgd.com]
“In the passing year, I came to Nansha almost every month,” said Chen Honghui, “we are optimistic about Nansha’s unique resources in the Greater Bay Area development and formulated the specific ‘Nansha strategies’ to jointly build an industrial cluster.”
Chen introduced, apart from moving the domestic shipping agency and logistics services to Nansha, Unitrans would also build a professional container business team here for foreign trade.
An official of Nansha district said the cooperation with world’s renowned shipping enterprises like Unitrans would attract more liner companies and shipping management companies worldwide to settle in Nansha, generating a clustering effect to build an international shipping base.