Air logistics, also known as air transport, is an important part of modern logistics, which provides safe, fast, convenient and high-quality services.
Air logistics, also known as air transport, is an important part of modern logistics, which provides safe, fast, convenient and high-quality services. Airports with high efficiency and comprehensive logistics services will play an important role in reducing commodity production and operating costs, improving product quality, protecting the ecological environment, and accelerating commodity turnover. It has cultivated a team of experienced, professional and dedicated employees, which can provide professional and reliable transportation solutions for all kinds of special goods.
While focusing on the traditional logistics field, Shanghai Aviation Logistics will adjust and develop new business fields in a timely manner according to the international and domestic logistics development trends, actively promote the development of third-party logistics business, and provide customers with more convenient and efficient logistics services. After several years of hard work, the company has gathered a group of professionals with high knowledge level, capable business and modern logistics concept. Now it has developed into a relatively formed enterprise with more than 1000 square meters of office space and 2000 square meters of storage area. The company has more than 30 operating vehicles, complete loading and unloading equipment, which greatly improves the operation speed and transportation capacity, and ensures that your goods can arrive at the destination safely, quickly and on time, Reduce your overall costs. Taking Shanghai as the core base, Shanghai Kexun Logistics has successively laid out its network in large and medium-sized cities such as Shanghai, Tianjin, Shenyang, Changchun, Harbin, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Chengdu, Chongqing, Wuhan, Zhengzhou, Urumqi, and has formed a perfect network system throughout the country to enable your goods to reach customers in a timely and accurate manner. The air transport companies of the last century must have never thought of China's current broad prospects in air transport. However, this industry has actually developed. In 1980, China's total air cargo and mail transport volume was only 88000 tons, while in 2003 it reached 2.19 million tons; The cargo and mail volume of international routes also increased from 14000 tons in 1980 to 514000 tons in 2003. The CAAC predicts that the air cargo volume will increase to 4.7 million tons by 2010, with an average annual growth rate of 10%. Boeing's China Market Forecast report points out that China's air transport market will grow at an annual rate of 7.6%, becoming the world's second largest civil aviation market after the United States. Such a bright market prospect will naturally leave people unlimited space for imagination.
Air logistics company is another miracle created by China's rapidly growing economy. Despite the impact of 911 and SARS, China's air transport has been developing rapidly. With the trend of China becoming the world manufacturing center becoming more and more obvious, more and more fresh products (such as fruits, flowers, seafood, etc.), precision mechanical products (such as medical devices), electronic products (such as computers), business documents, and communication products (such as mobile phones) need to be transported by air. At present, in Suzhou and Wuxi, 80% of IT products are transported to all parts of the world by air within 48 or 72 hours. With the increasing emphasis on speed, books, drugs, software, toys, etc. will gradually become the service industry of air logistics. Such a development trend can certainly give people enough confidence, but it has also attracted a large number of profit seekers. After the reorganization, the four major air express company groups have all increased the investment in freight business, established professional air freight companies, and took air freight as a new economic growth point. With the large number of multinational enterprises entering China, their aviation logistics outsourcers also follow up and actively expand the Chinese market. At the same time, air cargo has become a hot spot of domestic capital investment. In addition to the existing China Cargo Airlines, China Cargo Airlines and Yangtze River Express, the Civil Aviation Administration has recently approved the establishment of Jade International Cargo Airlines Co., Ltd. and Zhuhai Jiehui Freight Co., Ltd. Last year, there were 306 new first-class freight forwarding companies in China, an increase of 128 on a year-on-year basis. Today, China's aviation logistics market has gradually presented a situation of competition and gunpowder. Who can be the final winner? Under the competitive pressure of foreign aviation giants, how should Chinese aviation enterprises find their own development opportunities?