DHL tightens the links between Europe and China

Beijing - The world’s leading logistics company DHL has introduced biweekly scheduled flights between Incheon in South Korea, Wuxi in Jiangsu province in China and Frankfurt in Germany to cater to a growing airfreight demand between North Asia and Europe particularly in electronic products

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Beijing - The world’s leading logistics company DHL is expanding its presence in China in response to growing air trade and the booming cross-border e-commerce industry in eastern China.

DHL Global Forwarding, an international provider of air, sea and road freight services, has introduced biweekly scheduled flights between Incheon in South Korea, Wuxi in Jiangsu province in China and Frankfurt in Germany to cater to a growing airfreight demand between North Asia and Europe, particularly in electronic products.

“While Europe is the main export market for small and medium-sized e-commerce companies in Wuxi, the new service connecting Wuxi and Frankfurt-Hahn will alleviate the current shortage of airfreight services in Wuxi,” said Steve Huang, CEO of DHL Global Forwarding China.

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