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China International Import Expo (CIIE)

01 November 2018

On 5th to 10 November 2018, we will be welcoming the prestigious and inaugural China International Import Expo (CIIE). As part of the effort to strengthen economic cooperation and to accelerate global trade growth, CIIE is a B2B trade fair happening in National Exhibition and Convention Center (NECC), Shanghai. This large scale event was initiated by Chinese President Xi Jinping during the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation held in May 2017, with the aim of revitalizing the world economy.

CIIE will be well-attended by more than 2,600 exhibitors and 170,000 visitors from over 100 countries. Government officials from China and Minister Chan Chun Sing from Singapore will also grace the event. PIL will be occupying a booth in the Singapore pavilions, Trade in Services hall to showcase our services.

PIL booth will be located in Hall 1, under Professional Services. Our booth number is 1C1-001 (10). PIL will be showcasing 3 exhibition panels, namely Services and PIL’s subsidiaries, PIL Logistics and our China – Singapore Nanning International Logistics Park (CSILP) located in Nanning Guangxi. PIL is in great anticipation of CIIE, and we hope that by participating in this prestigious event, PIL can play a part in bolstering economic and trade cooperation.

About PIL

Pacific International Lines was incorporated in 1967 in Singapore. It is ranked the 9th containership operator in the world. PIL has developed from a coastal shipowner in Singapore into a carrier with a presence in China, Southeast Asia, Africa, Middle East, the Americas, Australia and New Zealand. PIL owns and operates a fleet of around 180 containerships and multi-purpose vessels, serving over 500 locations in 100 countries worldwide. It has a container fleet of about 570,000 teus consisting dry boxes, reefer and special equipment.

PIL has 24 branches in China. Its subsidiary, Singamas Container Holdings Ltd, is the second largest container manufacturers in the world, with 9 manufacturing facilities and 11 depots in the Asian-Pacific region.