International Business News – On July 28, the China-Africa Logistics Cooperation Working Committee of the China-Africa Civil Chamber of Commerce was invited to attend the Shandong Port 2022 Trade Conference held in Qingdao. The theme of the conference is “taking Hong Kong as a medium to lead the way and open up a new situation in the world”, aiming to build a platform for industry communication and escort the safety and smoothness of the global supply chain in the post-epidemic era. Zhenhua Oil, Shandong Port Group, BP Oil, Iraqi Oil and other companies participated in the conference to discuss the evolution trend of the global trade pattern in the post-epidemic era and corporate response strategies.
During the meeting, Qingdao Sirui Logistics Group, Qingdao China-Africa Chamber of Commerce, etc, the rotating chairman units of the China-Africa Logistics Working Committee, held discussions with Shandong Port Group to discuss deepening cooperation and hope that in the future, it will develop in the fields of terminal convenience, preferential rates, and supply chain finance. Cooperation to provide channels and business development convenience for China-Africa Chamber of Commerce logistics enterprises.
China-africa Logistics Cooperation Working Committee was established on February 27, 2021. It is a professional alliance established by the China-Africa Chamber of Commerce to promote in-depth China-Africa cooperation and achieve mutual benefit in response to the country’s request of “opening up to the outside world at a high level and opening up new prospects for win-win cooperation”. Since its establishment, the China-Africa Logistics Cooperation Working Committee has given full play to the advantages of China-Africa Chamber of Commerce in logistics demand-side resources and government-side platform, providing intellectual and business support to nearly 50 logistics enterprises.
This event will push the cooperation between the China-Africa Logistics Cooperation Working Committee and Shandong Port to a new stage. The two parties are expected to carry out deeper and broader cooperation in the future, and play a greater role, demonstrate greater achievements, and make greater achievements in building and upgrading the global supply chain system contribute.