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Helping Your Business Expand to China


July 29, 2013

As you might expect, a strategic business shift into China should be taken with great care and consideration, especially when it comes to supply chain, warehousing and distribution decisions supporting your manufacturing or supplier operations.

China and the wider Asia-Pacific market present an incredible opportunity for businesses seeking to manufacture their products, source suppliers or even to begin tapping into the end markets and selling products to consumers. A strategic business shift into China should be taken with great care and consideration especially when it comes to supply chain, warehousing and distribution decisions.

In this brief guide to expanding your business to China, read about five must-know topics from the managing director for Penske Logistics’ Asia-Pacific operations.

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