China Logistics News Wrapup: February 11, 2009

Wednesday, February 11, 2009 9:49
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Read the news after the break, but first a congratulations to good friend Mark Millar who jsut will lead Rasmussen & Simonsen International’s China expansion . I’ve known Mark since landing in Shanghai 5 1/2 years ago, and he will no doubt be a great asset to his new firm.

ADB has put out a statement saying that China must balance transport growth with environmental sustainability, and a recent Asia Pulse report says that China ports risk excessive capacity according to report

Import-export in bonded zones in China increased in 2008

Taiwan to start regular flights with China
China Eastern outlines plans to cancel and delay aircraft
China Eastern Airlines takes measures for crisis
FedEx closes hub in Philippines, moves to Guangzhou
Aviation traffic growth in single figures
Flight Crew Members Take a Holiday — Whether They Like It or Not
Kunming Airlines to launch first flight Feb 15
Air Asia to launch more flights to China

Seabourn Targets Asia Cruises
Nanjing port witness surge in steel scrap imports
Maersk shifts China jobs from Beijing to coastal cities
Monitor Tianjin Port Strategies, Says Ong

Highway construction to complete in three years for China’s last roadless county

Shanghai’s first tram service for 30 years
Beijing-Tangshan high-speed railway to be constructed this year
China’s railway passengers total 133 mln in Jan.
Shandong riding a railway future
Bullet train alleviates passengers pressure
Shandong Province to Build RMB150 Billion Railway Network

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