CN WorldWide, a subsidiary of North American railway company CN, has begun international freight forwarding operations in China. CN WorldWide, headquartered in Rotterdam, Netherlands, now has offices in Shanghai, Beijing and Shenzhen.
"We are excited about our new China operations," says Anita Ernesaks, vice president and global managing director of CN WorldWide. "China is a key driver in CN WorldWide's freight forwarding business. Our presence here enables us to better serve our customers in China and support the increasing trans-Pacific trade."
James M. Foote, CN executive vice president, sales and marketing, and a member of the board of directors of CN WorldWide, says: "CN WorldWide complements CN's suite of transportation products. It offers international shippers an integrated, seamless, door-to-door freight forwarding service." CN WorldWide delivers door-to-door transportation services for trans-Atlantic and trans-Pacific shippers.
Established in 2005, CN WorldWide has offices in six countries, including Canada, the United States, the Netherlands, Italy, Bulgaria and China, and focuses on traffic moving between Asia, Europe and North America.
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