SF Express International Air Cargo Network Expands from Nanjing to Osaka

SF Express International Air Cargo Network Expands from Nanjing to Osaka

SF Express and SF Airlines have expanded their international air cargo network, with the introduction of a new daily Nanjing-Osaka route.

In a statement issued on 22 December, SF Express International Business Unit CEO David William Adams said: “Providing superior service has always been our promise to customers. The opening of Nanjing-Osaka air cargo route further enriches our international air express transportation network. With the solid foundation of our air, ground, and information system, we are able to provide an integrated logistics solution with comprehensive service for our customers, which makes our cross-border logistics capabilities more efficient and helps to create a better customer experience.”

According to SF Express: “With the support of the city of Nanjing and Nanjing Lukou International Airport, goods sent by SF Express Nanjing-Osaka cargo flights will be able to go through the customs clearance process quicker, ensuring that its customers will be able to receive superior service. Additionally, the air cargo route will run on every weekday from Monday to Friday, making five roundtrips a week and ensuring that shipments will be transported quickly.”

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