Schneider Logistics said Tuesday it is entering the Chinese market, opening a new office in Shanghai.
The company said the new office gives it a platform to deliver end-to-end international freight management across North America, Europe and Asia.
"As China's regulatory environment continues to evolve and the volume of global and domestic trade increases, it is imperative that logistics providers directly link to China," said Tom Escott, president of Schneider Logistics. "With the addition of the new location in China we are able to connect clients to every corner of the world and provide logistics expertise across every facet of the global supply chain, from manufacturer to retail outlet."
-- Traffic World