Chinese third-party ship manager Seacon Shipping has set up its South China headquarters in Nansha, Guangzhou.
The new HQ is jointly funded by Shenzhen Ailishi Supply Chain Management Company and Institute of Supply Chain Studies for the Great Bay Area.
As the headquarters in South China, the newly established company will provide integrated services for ship operation and management, shipping, crew management and ship technology consulting, especially for Nanshan free trade zone and Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Great Bay Area.
Nansha is the shipping, logistics and trade hub for Guangzhou, opening up a new office in Nansha is crucial for the company to move strategic focus to South China, said Guo Jinkui, chairman of Seacon.
“For next step, we will build a shipping platform to integrate ship, shipping and supply chain related resources, looking for various cooperation models to create more benefits for industry players,” according to Zhang Qi, chairman of Shenzhen Ailishi Supply Chain Management Company.
Seacon Shipping group is a comprehensive enterprise integrating international shipping, ship management, crew manning, fleet operation and maritime service. It is the largest local third-party ship management company in China, managing over 150 ships and 2,500 seafarers.
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