Logistics in China

Overview by Globlatrade.net:
Main Useful Means of Transport
The largest port is Shanghaï, with an annual ocean freight of 250 million tonnes. In 2006, Chinese ports dispatched 5.6 billion tons of goods and 93 million of containers.
Goods transport by road represents approximately 12 billion tons of freight. Road transport accounts for 13% of cargo in China.
Air transport represents approximately 2.2 million tons of freight of merchandises.
Railroads are the principal mode of transport and the cheapest solution for long distance freight. In 2002, railroads provided the transport of 1,508 billion tons kilometers of goods.

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By Road

Transport Professionals
Chinese association of road transport
Government Transport Organizations
Ministry of Transports

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