Toll Group opens new China branch

Transport and logistics company, Toll Group, has opened a new freight forwarding branch in Changsha, China.

Located near major cities such as Guangzhou, Shenzhen, and Xiamen, the branch will strengthen Toll’s presence in China’s central region.

According to a Toll Group spokesperson, the new branch will also cater to its customers’ needs, while solidifying Toll’s commitment to delivering exceptional logistics solutions in the region.

“Our Changsha branch is of strategic importance, located in one of the largest cities in central China with a population of over 10 million,” the spokesperson said.

With a 2021 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of ¥‎1.3 billion CNY (approx. €168.2 million), Toll said the region’s strong industrial development offers abundant opportunities for export and import businesses.

Toll entered the Chinese market in 1995, beginning operations in South China through a joint venture.

As a fully owned foreign entity, Toll began to merge and streamline its extensive network of logistics distribution centres, cross-dock and depot facilities to 21 strategically located distribution centres across China.

Toll now operates in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Qingdao, Wuhan, Urumuji and other key Chinese cities to service over 50 customers.

Earlier this year, Toll Group announced a €6.4 million investment into its Baeksa, South Korea, warehouse facility to support growing customer demand.

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