Creativity, innovation and customer commitment have paved the way for CTI LOGISTICS (HK) Co LTD to emerge as a logistics service provider of choice, says RYAN HSU, its Director & General Manager.
Incorporated in Dec. 1981 with Head Office in Thailand, CTI Hong Kong initiated its airfreight business as a transshipment base via Bangkok to all over the world.
After several years of development and taking advantage of the “Free Sky” and the booming economy in Hong Kong, CTI Hong Kong was able to acquire its own space allotments from airlines which later on become one of the Master Consolidators in the air freight industry, explains Ryan Hsu, Director & General Manager of CTI Logistics (HK) Co., Limited.
As greater China became the ‘world’s largest export factory” since the 90’s, Hong Kong, being the bridge between China and the world, has benefit from its geographical location and the market of airfreight industry grown rapidly.
And to further explore the China market, CTI set up offices in major ports of China including Shanghai, Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Xiamen to meet the expanding demand of our clients.”
Value Added Service
Hsu says: “CTI Hong Kong deals directly with various airlines with which we have agreements so that we can have guaranteed space and competitive prices offered to our clients. We marketed airline products to provide variety of choices to our clients. With our expertise knowledge and experienced staff, we provide one-stop solutions to suit our clients’ needs.”
“With our guaranteed capacity from different carriers and in conjunction with our network of Global International Agency, we are able to build up reliable and regular consolidations via major airlines serving international routes. Besides, our network allows us to track orders from suppliers to our client’s destined countries. We also have the ability to consolidate orders and assist in the sourcing of new suppliers thereby providing a one-stop solution.”
Due to the rapid expansion of China market, the Chinese government has “Open Sky” offers to more international carriers. Cargo from mainland China can now be exported directly from China without going through Hong Kong. There are keen competitions between China and Hong Kong in the airfreight industry, however, as we have our own offices in China, which is one of our selling points, clients can opt to choose Hong Kong or China as their loading ports for their goods to be exported.”
“With the launching of the ‘Belt and Road’ campaign by the Chinese Government and the trend for factories in China moving to ASEAN countries, CTI Hong Kong with its expertise and experience and backed up with Global Network, is able to assist clients by providing intra-Asia logistics solutions,” says Hsu.
“We have a team of energetic and aggressive personnel to study the market demand and worldwide economic situation, which enables us to move ahead and set up strategic plan to prepare for new opportunities.”
“Besides, we develop long term working relationship with our clients and carriers and provide diversified solutions to suit the needs of our clients.
Last but not least, we have a group of loyal and experienced staff who are well trained with updated Rules and Regulations in the Air Traffic Business that enables us to provide expertise and quality service to meet client’s satisfaction.”
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