CPC SIP Working Committee secretary Wu Qingwen and his contingent made a survey tour to SIP Port, Suzhou Logistics Center and SIP Customs on July 20 to learn about their efforts for trade facilitation.
At SIP Port, the largest inland port in East China’s Jiangsu province, the officials gained a holistic picture of the port’s operations in a tour around its main facilities. Wu urged the port to enhance efforts in helping export-oriented enterprises reduce logistics cost and improve logistics efficiency.
At Suzhou Logistics Center, the earliest and biggest professional logistics service supplier in Suzhou, the officials observed the operation of its smart logistics service systems, and encouraged the center to further expand application of information technologies in its services.
In the meeting with the officials at SIP Customs, Wu and his fellows listened to the latter’s reports on SIP Customs’ reform and innovation measures for trade facilitation, and discussed with them strategies for future work. Wu hoped SIP Customs can optimize its supervision and service mechanisms to help SIP foster a better environment for foreign trade.