Gangzha enterprise listed among top 50 Chinese logistics enterprises
Linsen Logistics Group in Gangzha district, Nantong ranked 35th among the top 50 Chinese logistics enterprises and 15th among the top 50 private logistics enterprises in China, according to a list recently published by the China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing.
All of the top 50 Chinese logistics enterprises are required to receive at least 3.26 billion yuan ($461.12 million) in logistics revenue, an increase of 300 million yuan over last year.
This is the first time that a list has been released of the top 50 private logistics enterprises in China. Those listed are required to have at least 840 million yuan in logistics revenue.
Linsen Logistics Group, established in the 1950s, now has over 2,200 employees. After years of hard work, it has become a modern logistics enterprise integrating the transportation of general cargo, dangerous cargo and heavy cargo, storage, and driver training.
The group has achieved an annual increase of 30 percent in output several years in a row, and its sales revenue exceeded 5 billion yuan in 2019.
Relying on a large number of transportation vehicles and huge warehouses, it has served as an outstanding logistics supplier for many Global Fortune 500 enterprises and has won several national honors.
At the end of March, the group gained a permit for online operation of road transport from the Nantong municipal bureau of transport, the first of its kind in the city.
A worker loads goods for Linsen Logistics Group. [Photo/WeChat account: ntgzsd]
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