SZI Logistics Hubs Logistics Service Business Logistics Park Transformation and Upgrading Business

Intelligent and Cold Chain Business

As technologies relating to artificial intelligence, big data and 5G gradually mature, alongside the combined implementation of new applications including automatic sorting, precise delivery and contactless distribution, the logistics industry has been transforming from a traditional, labor-intensive model into a new stage emphasizing on technological equipment and smart upgrades. Emerging sectors such as intelligent logistics and cold chain logistics have become important trends for the future development of the industry. The Group’s intelligent and cold storage warehouses are located at multiple logistics hub projects in cities such as Shenzhen, Shijiazhuang and Chengdu, serving customers such as pharmaceuticals, computer, communication and consumer (3C) electronics, footwear and apparel.

To create a new growth engine for its logistics business, the Group continues to explore development trends relating to the intelligent warehouse and cold chain industries, seeking premium benchmark projects of the industry to facilitate the expansion of new business and foster quality development of the industry chain and supply chain.


Marine Container Logistics Integrated Information Service


Shenzhen EDI Co., Ltd. (“EDI Co.”), a subsidiary of the Company, focuses on empowering the container transportation industry with digital technologies, has become a cross-border logistics supply chain digital service platform with the functions of “cargo operation platform + logistics transaction platform + container operation platform”. EDI Co. has created the largest container transport SAAS public service platform in Southern China, and has also developed and is operating EDI’s network information exchange platform for Shenzhen Port.


Railway Integrated Logistics Hub

Shenzhen International Integrated Logistics Hub Center (Formerly known as SZI Railway Freight Logistics Hub (SZ Pinghunan)) (“Pinghunan Project”)

In August 2021, a joint venture company, Shenzhen Municipal Shenzhen International Railway Logistics Development Company Limited, was established by the Group and China Railway Guangzhou Group Co., Ltd. to invest in and develop the Pinghunan Project. The Pinghunan Project is located in Longgang District of Shenzhen, and has a total site area of approximately 900,000 square meters. The Pinghunan Project is located in Longgang District of Shenzhen, and has a total site area of approximately 900,000 square meters. In September 2019, the project was selected by the National Development and Reform Commission of the PRC and the Ministry of Transport of the PRC as one of the first batch of 23 national logistics hub projects.

The Group pioneered the model of “obtaining strata titles in multi-level logistics and warehousing development to be constructed over a railway” in Pinghunan Project, optimizing the utilization of railway yard space by vertically expanding and developing modern logistics facilities, thereby achieving an integrated “Rail Transportation + Modern Logistics” development. The Group intends to develop it as a benchmark and showcase it as a “Road, Railway and Water” multimodal transportation center and national-level integrated logistics hub. It aims to meet market demand by integrating urban logistics, commercial and trade services, international and domestic railway freight services and emergency logistics support. This integration will facilitate the transformation of the single-function railway yard into a “Railway Yard + Urban Integrated Logistics Hub”.

The Group has acquired operation rights of land with a site area of 900,000 square meters in the Pinghunan Project. In June 2023, it successfully secured the land use rights of approximately 334,000 square meters for the space above the overhead floor of the Pinghunan Project for the consideration of RMB1,187 million. On the premise of retaining all the planning functions of the railway yard, an 11-meter overhead floor will be built. The logistics land above the overhead floor will be used to build 850,000 square meters of logistics storage facilities.



updated on 18 April 2024