BANGKOK, Aug. 18, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — On August 17th, Yunnan Tengjin Logistics Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as “Tengjin Logistics”) Participating in the “TILOG-LOGISTIX 2023″（Thailand International Logistics Exhibition）. We will comprehensively present the development process, operation status, and core business introduction of Tengjun International Land Port construction, and issue an invitation for international cooperation.
Tengjin Logistics as a 5A level logistics enterprise in China, is the construction and operation entity of Tengjun International Land Port, a service-oriented national logistics hub in Kunming, China. With the development strategy of “promoting big logistics through big channels, enhancing big services through big logistics, gathering big trade through big services, and forming advantageous industries through big trade”, Tengjin Logistics will actively promote cooperation and exchange with Thai enterprises and accelerate the connection to the RCEP market through this exhibition.
Tengjun Internationl Land Port covers an area of 3669 acres and is recognized by the United Nations as an international Land Port. We have the world’s top planning, design, and operation models, with a “five major functional zones” consisting of multimodal transportation and rail logistics centers、 intelligent warehousing centers、bonded logistics centers、 international procurement and supply centers、and intelligent operation centers, providing three core business services of “logistics+services+trade”. With geographical advantages, it can connect to the Changjiang River Economic Belt to the east、reach the ASEAN Free Trade Zone to the south、connect to the China Myanmar New Channel to the west、and connect to the China Europe Railway to the north. Serving the global market externally and seamlessly connecting major logistics hubs in China internally. Taking RCEP as an opportunity, Tengjun Internationl Land Port will build a supply chain platform with the largest scale and most commercial value for China’s business in South Asia and Southeast Asia by leveraging the China Laos Railway.