As the media partner of 2010 Auto China, 2010 Automotive Logistics China and 2nd Annual Sourcing Summit in Global Automotive Industry, OSCC has the honor to report at the events' living scenes in April in Beijing.

During the publication of this media report, we hope the valuable experience of these auto shipping enterprises can be shared and more and more outstanding auto shipping providers can be brought into the sight to those China auto shippers.

Wish you enjoy the report of these auto events.

OSCC Media Team



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Representative of Auto Shipping Enterprise:WWL

Consider World Automotive Logistics as the Most Considerate Industry

——Interview with Mr. Trond Tonjum, Managing Director for Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics in China

Journalist: Betty Chen

As an enterprise with a history close to 150 years, Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics (WWL) provides global factory-to-dealer transport solutions for the automotive, agricultural and construction equipment industries’ services.Employing 3,200 people and deploying between 55 and 60 modern eco-friendly car carriers and ro-ro vessels, WWL serves 20 trade routes to five continents and transports 3.3 million vehicles annually of which 1.7 million by sea and 1.6 million inland, which occupies an undoubted leading position in the world automotive logistics industry.This time on the Automotive Logistics China 2010 Conference, OSCC has the honor to take an interview with Mr. Trond Tonjum, Managing Director for Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics in China, to discover the secret of being the industry leader.

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Representative of Auto Shipper: Geely

Volvo needs to get out of the red before opening China plants: Geely chairman

Emphasizing that Geely and Volvo are two independent companies though they will soon share the same owner, Li Shufu, chairman of Geely Holding Co. said on Friday at the Auto China 2010 show in Beijing that there will be no Volvo plant in China before turning the car brand's losses into gains after the takeover.

Reports had said Geely would likely to set up its Chinese headquarters and a Volvo factory in Shanghai where Geely already has plants to produce its Maple brand cars and London black cabs. But Li refuted the rumor by saying the deal is not yet completed as the authorities are going over the transaction.


"At the moment Volvo doesn't belong to Geely since the deal is not finished and we haven't paid the money," said Li. "Decisions about Volvo will be announced only after the deal goes through," he said, admitting that the company is sounding out some Chinese cities for Volvo's future development.

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