Special Offer Of China Basic Sea Port To Manzanillo/ Lazaro Cardenas/ Ensenada

Special Offer Of China Basic Sea Port To Manzanillo/ Lazaro Cardenas/ Ensenada

special offer of China basic sea port to Manzanillo/ Lazaro Cardenas/ Ensenada

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Dear friend

Good day.

Hello, I am Itachi from  SDI  LOGISTICS CO LIMITED [FCL/LCL/Airtransport]  

A forwarder company ,work FOB and EXW business from ASIA port to Mexico,South American.I would be glad to help you with any freight, I can offer you any way of transportation as well as the attention you deserve all time. We would like you consider us in upcoming shipments your company.We have a huge network in China, with offices around the world and place,we cover every port and you can safely rely on us for scheduled delivery and distribution to any part of the country.  Meanwhile, we can assist with your biz expansion, anywhere at China.     

Here is our new rates,please check it.
Ocean freight:

POL           

POD   

20’GP  

40’GP

40’HQ    

Validity    

            

Telex release bl fee  

(USD)  

(USD)

(USD) 

Qingdao 

Ningbo   

Shenzhen 

Hongkong 

Shanghai 

Manzanillo/

Lazaro 

Cardenas/

Ensenada

 

1900

2200 

`2200

 

1st  Feb-

14th Feb

 

                   

          

            

65/bl          

                 

FREE DAY:21DAYS            Profit share: USD50/CONTAINER

Hoping to be able to assist you with our services for the development of you own bussiness way here in China, If you have any friends in China, you can ask them to check whether we are legal register or not for your trust with us.

Please feel free to contact me if you need other country quotations or other question.

We will provide you with the best service.

Have a nice day!

I am looking forward to your reply.

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