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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

Largest air cargo terminal


The largest air cargo terminal in central west China was completed and is now in operation in Chengdu. The Chengdu Airport Cargo Terminal is a joint venture of investors from Sichuan and Hong Kong. The cargo terminal cost more than RMB 200 million (about US$25.95 million). The cargo processing house, with an area of over 33,800 sq. m., can handle 380,000 tons of cargo per year. The cargo terminal can operate domestic and international air cargo services such as cargo receiving and delivery, loading and unloading, apron service, warehouse, a Customs and lease of Customs-supervised warehouse and business house. The cargo handling services include common cargo and freeze, cold storage, fresh keeping, and valued goods and animals, and nine categories of dangerous goods that are allowed to be transported. The cargo terminal implements a “one-stop” service, including a Customs inspection and health inspection department. The terminal can ensure that 90 percent of arriving and departing domestic cargo leave the terminal on the same day, and that the delivery of departing international cargo occurs on the same day.

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