CSafe Global Expands with 2 New Hub Locations in China

CSafe Global Expands with 2 New Hub Locations in China

CSafe Global is continuing to expand its operations across Asia with the of opening two new hub operations in Beijing and Guangzhou, China.

The Beijing (PEK) facility will provide 500 sqm of warehouse space to clean and store CSafe RKN and RAP containers. CSafe will have 400 sqm in the Guangzhou (CAN) facility.

CSafe says its strategic partnership with C.H. Robinson provides them with access to their network and logistics experience, along with the flexibility to easily expand and provide containers to customers in key locations quickly.

These two new facilities bring CSafe’s total station count to 11 across the APAC region with more to come in 2021.

Tom Weir, CSafe Global COO, said: “Adding these to our established operations in Shanghai and Hong Kong, we are able to easily supply CSafe containers anywhere in mainland China. Our team is also working on agreements in several other locations across the region to establish additional hubs and comprehensive service centers for container maintenance and repairs this year in other major cities in China. We are very strategic about where we establish hubs and service centers to ensure we invest wisely and always optimize operations and service for our customers.”

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