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SPG sets sail for import consumer goods

|chinadaily.com.cn |Updated: August 4, 2020


The North China Consumer Goods Distribution Center is launched during the conference. [Photo/WeChat account: Shandong-Port]

The 2020 Imported Consumer Goods Conference was held in Qingdao on July 31 and jointly hosted by Shangdong Port Group (SPG) and Qingdao municipal government. 

The conference was centered on the theme of "A new and better life and new future for ports and shipping". It consisted of one forum and two subforums.

During the event, the North China Consumer Goods Distribution Center was launched, nine contracts were signed, and six port service policies for imported consumer goods were issued.

So far in 2020, 32 new routes have been added to Shandong ports, 16 of which are international liners, and the total number of routes is now nearly 300, the most of all northern ports in China.

Two new inland ports, five new freight lines and 68 sea-rail intermodal trains help SPG to connect to the world and build international and domestic low-cost, efficient logistics channels.

The new routes will further increase SPG's port line density, expand the group's market layout and coverage in countries and regions involved in the Belt and Road Initiative, and speed up port transformation and upgrading.

Huo Gaoyuan, Party secretary and chairman of the board of Shandong Port Group, said in his speech that the conference was a solemn oath for SPG's services to expand domestic demand, promote consumption and a higher level of opening-up to the outside world.

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