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Port's improvements expand commerce

By Qiu Quanlin in Guangzhou | China Daily | Updated: 2017-10-13 07:55

Wu Jia'en used his cellphone to log into the Nansha Port's online registration system, finishing almost all the procedures for shipping goods in just half an hour.

"In the past, I had to wait about two hours to finish my business at the registration hall because of the large amount of cargo at the port," said Wu, a representative of Guangzhou Gangtian Logistics Co.

Nansha Port, one of South China's largest-capacity ports, has implemented an electronic inspection and quarantine system to automatically issue the clearance of goods, helping increase efficiency for thousands of exporters in the Pearl River Delta region.

Port's improvements expand commerce

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