Talks Held between CNBM International and A.P. Moller-Maersk
Source: CNBM International
Date: March 26, 2015
In the morning of March 23, Zhang Jinsong (GM of CNBM International, President of www.okorder.com) held talks with Mr. Andersen (CEO of A.P. Moller-Maersk (the world’s largest container transporter)) to discuss the building of long-term strategic partnership between the two parties and reach extensive consensus on the issue.
CNBM International cooperated with Maersk, which is the shipping sector under A.P. Moller and the world’s largest container transporter, in the field of foreign trade logistics from 2009. With continuous expansion of their business scopes and scales, the cooperation has been gradually extended, and gets closer and closer.
As a leading enterprise in the global logistics industry, Maersk, owns a perfect global network and offers high-quality, trustworthy and efficient services, thus matches well with the globalization-oriented development strategy of CNBM International. On the basis, the two parties strive to build partnership of global logistics supply chain by means of hand-in-hand innovation and reform.
In the talks, Mr. Andersen expressed his delight in the years of cooperation with CNBM International, and hoped CNBM International could explore more online and offline cooperation points between the two parties during promotion of the strategy “cross-border e-commerce + overseas warehousing”, so that Maersk’s advantage in global logistics integration could support building CNBM International as a globalized company.
The goal of CNBM International is to form a new global trade structure, build mutually beneficial partnership with all parties on supply chain and become the world’s most influential provider of materials, equipment and service against the business mode “cross-border e-commerce + overseas warehousing”. So far, it has built strategic partnership with tens of thousands of excellent manufacturers at home, with long-term business contact kept with customers in more than 120 countries. Besides, depending on the concept of globalization-oriented development and years of location-based operation, it has built a perfect overseas marketing network through major markets in the world. By gradually pushing the operation strategy “location”, it has founded overseas warehousing in ten-odd countries (Dubai, Brazil, Chile, Russia, Germany, Myanmar, Indonesia, Viet Nam, Saudi Arab, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Bahrain, etc.).