Airbus establishing logistics center in Tianjin

  • 11-Nov-2009 04:13 EST

Airbus signed a memorandum of understanding with Tianjin Free Trade Zone (TJFTZ) for the establishment of a logistics center in Tianjin to optimize the supply chain management for all of Airbus’s industrial cooperation projects in the country. The center will serve as a hub to manage the transportation to and from China of all goods that are needed for the success of Airbus industrial projects in China. It is expected to start operation in a temporary location in the TJFTZ Comprehensive Bonded Area as early as January. The center will be fully operational in a permanent location in March.

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