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First companies at Chinese logistics park in Zeebrugge

At the China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai, five companies signed contracts for space at the ‘Lingang Overseas Zeebrugge Modern Industrial Park’ in Flanders. Economic developer Lingang will invest EUR 85.3 million in total to establish and expand this service and distribution park.

MOU Lingang Shanghai

A China-Europe connection

In setting up a logistics park at the Port of Zeebrugge in Flanders, Lingang aims to boost trade between China and Western Europe. However, when the economic development group announced its ambitions in May 2018, it was not yet known which companies would move in.

Establishments in progress

This has now changed. Five companies – from China, Belgium and the Netherlands – will be the first to set up logistics activities at the industrial park. Feng Zang Industrial, China Certification & Inspection Group, Shanghai Rainbow Wings International Trade, Aprojects Belgium and Eurotown have all signed contracts during the yearly China International Import Expo. Who’s next?

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16 November 2018

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