Global Link expands express service from China

May 2008
Furniture/Today;5/19/2008, Vol. 32 Issue 36, p10
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The article reports on the expansion of the Furniture Less than Container Express service of Logistics services provider Global Link Logistics in Shanghai, China. A 30,000-square-foot consolidation warehouse was established by the company to house and ship products from the region's furniture manufacturers. According to Ed Feitzinger, executive vice president of Global Link Logistics, it aims to bring in product from one or more factories in the Shanghai area.


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