Wuhan's Yangluo Port has become the largest port along the upper and middle Yangtze River © Xinhua News Agency/PA Images
Wuhan's Yangluo Port has become the largest port along the upper and middle Yangtze River © Xinhua News Agency/PA Images

China plans network of 212 logistics hubs

China plans to build a national logistics network made up of 212 hubs by 2035.

The government is encouraging developments in new technology and equipment in the logistics industry to establish 30 hubs by 2020, and an additional 150 by 2025. The plans will increase efficiency by “reducing the ratio of total logistic expenses to approximately 12% GDP,” according to the state-owned China Daily.

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