Rickmers-Linie, the Hamburg based operator of heavy lift and project liner services, is expanding its market coverage in China and is enhancing its sales and marketing activities into central China and in Southern China.
According to Wolfgang Harms, Rickmers-Linie’s Chief Representative Greater China, moving closer to the major industrial production facilities and engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) companies will enhance the company’s ability to offer its clients tailor made, innovative and efficient transportation solutions from the factory up to the construction site.
"We have appointed additional liaison offices in Changsha, the capital city of the province of Hunan; Chongqing, a direct-controlled municipality; and Chengdu, the capital city of the province of Szechuan. These three inland liaison offices will be managed and coordinated for the time being out of our Shanghai office under the control of our general manager Mr Zhao Jin Hai. Furthermore we are also strengthening our presence in the South of the Guangdong Province with a liaison office in Shenzhen, which will be managed through our office manager Sylvia Mak at Rickmers-Linie Hong Kong."
Rickmers-Linie has already had for some years an inland representation in Urumqi, the capital city of the province of Xinjiang, neighbouring with central Asian countries like Kazakhstan. This liaison office is managed through our Beijing office by Mrs Julie Zhu.