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YICT launches direct feeder service

YICT launches direct feeder service

A special container storage area has been allotted within the terminal and arrangements have been agreed with China Customs and the Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau for on-site cargo inspection.

To complement the new feeder service, YICT has opened a five-hectare inland container depot in Shunde, Foshan City to accommodate storage of empty containers unloaded from Nine Dragons Paper, in order that they can be reloaded and shipped back to the port for export.

“The new feeder service is a breakthrough in logistics in South China. This solution will substantially improve efficiency and provide a safer, more cost-effective and less polluting logistics alternative for cargo owners,” said Mao Jiayin, export department manager at Nine Dragons Paper.