New contracts for China’s Grand Power

Grand Power Logistics Group Inc, a China-based international logistics provider, has announced that its airfreight subsidiary, Grand Power Express International (China) Limited, has reached direct sales contracts with ten additional, unspecified airlines. Grand Power Express now has contracts with a total of 15 airlines. It estimates total tonnage shipped could increase by as much as […]


Grand Power Logistics Group


Grand Power Logistics Group Inc, a China-based international logistics provider, has announced that its airfreight subsidiary, Grand Power Express International (China) Limited, has reached direct sales contracts with ten additional, unspecified airlines. Grand Power Express now has contracts with a total of 15 airlines.

It estimates total tonnage shipped could increase by as much as 70 per cent and says it also will benefit from added pricing power due to the volume discounts provided by the carriers as a result of the long-term commitments to cargo space. The new contracts enhance the company’s freight forwarding and capacity, as well as providing wider coverage of global destinations, it added.