In order to extend business coverage, develop new business and stretch its presence in the north of China, DB Schenker recently established a new branch office in Hohhot, capital of the Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region.
Hohhot is the first branch Schenker China Ltd. has opened in Inner Mongolia province. It is the commercial, political, cultural and economic center of Inner Mongolia. Hohhot is not only an industrial city, but also a woolen textile industry center in China. The most important industry is food industry. The main products in Hohhot are medicine, wind power, coal, machine tools, and fiber optic cable. These factors made Hohhot been rated as “TOP 10 most dynamic cities in China’s economic development”.
DB Schenker was one of the first international forwarders to enter Mainland China in the late 1970’s, and opened its first representative office in Beijing in 1982. Over the years, DB Schenker in China has gradually emerged into a multi-modal freight forwarding and logistics company offering land transport, air and ocean freight. Today, DB Schenker has offices and facilities in 57 key cities throughout China with more than 4,600 employees working on advanced logistics solutions.