Changjiu Logistics is the largest independent finished vehicle logistics provider in China, and the first Chinese automotive logistics company to go public.
Relying on comprehensive regional distribution centres and hub service networks, it provides a whole supply chain service including logistics planning, pick-up and consolidation, warehousing, packaging, a trans-Eurasia block train, and delivery and distribution for both finished vehicles and spare parts.
Its business extends to Russia, Belarus, Poland, the Czech Republic, Germany and the other main regions of Asia and Europe.
CDC is a subsidiary of Changjiu Logistics that was set up in 2011 to deliver both ro-ro shipping and parts logistics services. As one of the leading automotive logistics companies in China, it focuses on innovation of the supply chain in order to provide integrated solutions for global customers.
CDC has four business divisions – Kingfour Marine, China Forever Logistics, Yemin Technology and Shanghai Evermore Supply Chain Management. They plan to increase their self-owned ro-ro fleet from four today to a total of 14. Together with Changjiu, CDC has seven domestic distribution centres and 30-50 domestic and overseas logistics bases. It offers services in logistics planning, ro-ro shipping, freight forwarding, warehouse management and transportation, CKD/SKD packing, IT solutions, spare parts logistics and returnable packaging management.
The two companies work closely together offering integrated solutions for their clients both in China and abroad. Their aim is to become a bridge connecting global companies to China, and Chinese companies to the rest of the world.