What are the Cross-border logistics?

In recent years, Cross-border logistics have risen rapidly. Both import volume and export volume have been greatly improved, which also makes more and more people join the ranks of Cross-border logistics. At the same time, more and more logistics companies have developed. So what are the Cross-border logistics, the following blog will give you a detailed introduction.

Cross-border logistics one: UPS express

UPS Express is currently the largest express company in the world. The largest area of UPS’s business is the United States, where logistics is most developed, accounting for nearly 90% of the company’s overall business. Subsequently, due to the rapid development of China’s cross-border e-commerce business in recent years, the overall Asian market has also rapidly improved, and it has gradually risen to the third position in the UPS business.

Cross-border logistics two: FedEx

FedEx is also one of the largest express delivery companies in the United States. Its headquarters is located in Memphis, Tennessee, USA, and it has many branches around the world. Similar to UPS, the largest source of its business is also in the United States, accounting for nearly 80%. What is different from UPS is that its express delivery method mainly accounts for air freight, and about 85% of it comes from air freight. Since its establishment in 1971, FedEx has owned 671 aircraft, including 44 Airbus A300-600 and 59 Airbus A310-200/300.

Cross-border logistics three: Deutsche Post World Net

Deutsche Post World Net is a German company. The company is the national post office of Germany. It mainly considers changing its name to the existing name for the globalization of its business and the development of e-commerce. The four major business sectors of DPWN are: postal services, express delivery, logistics and financial services. The main business market is also in Europe. However, judging from the business proportion of its logistics sector, the entire European market accounts for about 70%, while other The main market is the Americas and other logistics-developed regions.

Cross-border logistics four: A.P. Moller-Maersk Group

Maersk Group was established in Denmark in 1904 and has offices in more than 130 countries around the world. Maersk Group is known as the world’s largest container shipping company.

Cross-border logistics five: Nippon Express

Nippon Express was founded in 1937. It is one of the world’s top 500 companies. The company’s main business is automobile transportation, air transportation, warehousing services and others. From a business point of view, automobile transportation and warehousing services are the company’s core business accounting for about 70%. Because it is mainly automobile transportation, the main market of its business is the domestic market.

Cross-border logistics six: Ryder System

Laide System Company’s core business is logistics, supply chain and transportation management services. Although the company provides many one-stop services, its transportation service is still the largest business, accounting for about 60%. And its market is mainly aimed at the United States, 80% of the business comes from the United States, and the international business only accounts for about 12%.

Cross-border logistics seven: TNT Post Group

Founded in the Netherlands, TNT is an internationally renowned logistics company. It provides postal, express and service services in more than 200 countries around the world. Its logistics business mainly focuses on automobile transportation and provides express delivery services. There are more than 100 warehouses around the world. Covering an area of more than 1.5 million square meters, the business market is mainly in Europe, accounting for about 85%.

Cross-border logistics eight: Expeditors International

Expeditors International Kangjie International Logistics Co., Ltd. was established in Seattle, Washington State, the United States. The company started by integrating customs clearance services and freight services. Insurance, distribution, supply chain software and other services, while its core business is still the transportation service business.

Cross-border logistics nine: Panalpina

Founded in 1935 and headquartered in Basel, Switzerland, Panalpina Group is one of the largest logistics groups in the world, with more than 300 branches in many countries around the world. The company’s four major businesses are air transport, sea transport, logistics and other comprehensive services. The development of the four major businesses is relatively average, and the largest proportion of air transport business only accounts for about 40%. From the perspective of the market, the business is mainly in Europe and Africa. Mainly in the Americas, the Asia-Pacific region has improved in recent years.

Cross-border logistics ten: Exel

British British Logistics Group is a global supply chain management service company. Exel was renamed after the merger of Ocean Group and NFC in 2000. Exel’s business is mainly concentrated in logistics distribution and transportation management, accounting for about 90%. , of course, the market is mainly the UK and its surrounding areas, accounting for nearly half of the market, while the rest are distributed in the Americas, Europe, and Africa.