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AIT Worldwide Logistics expands in China with new Qingdao office
Date:2018-06-20 Readers:
ITASCA, Illinois-headquartered global supply chain solutions company AIT Worldwide Logistics has opened a new full-service station in the Qingdao on China's eastern seaboard.

Located in Shandong province, AIT-Qingdao is the organisation's seventh office in China, joining the company's Asia Pacific network.

Positioned in a port city on the Yellow Sea and led by a veteran logistics manager with extensive ocean shipping experience, transpacific services are expected to be the leading operational activity for the AIT-Qingdao team. The facility also provides a complete slate of flexible supply chain services including air, intermodal, ground distribution, customs brokerage and warehouse management, the company said.

AIT's vice president, Asia Pacific, Wilson Lee, said the new location enhances the company's ability to serve existing customers representing diverse industries such as energy technology, environmental services and industrial building materials. The office also boosts AIT's ability to provide logistics solutions for customers requiring a local representative in Qingdao.

The company executive vice president Global Operations, Greg Weigel, said: "Opening the new AIT-Qingdao office is an important investment in AIT's Asia Pacific development strategy. This location strengthens the connections to many key customers in the US with our transpacific import service. AIT is thrilled to participate in the vibrant industrial economy of Qingdao, one of China's top 10 GDP growth areas."

The newest AIT office is situated 10 kilometres from Qingdao Port with convenient access to Qingdao International Airport.
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