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By Automotive Logistics2010-08-04T00:00:00+01:00
Höegh Autoliners calls ten times a month in Chinese ports including Tianjinxingang, Shanghai, Dalian and Qingdao to make car shipments to Europe, the Americas and Africa.
Sovereign forecasts growth amid expansion
VW has signed Unipart up for a further two-years to provide services out of its Tamworth hub in the UK Midlands, including warehouse management, network service support and bespoke services for the retailer network across the VW Group brands
Deliveries of the luxury Lincoln brand in China passed 91,000 in 2021 meaning Ford sold more in China than it did in the US for the first time
GM will introduce the used car sales business this spring, enabling customers to buy a wider range of cars either online or at dealerships and have them delivered to their homes
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