Brief Introduction

CMST Development Co., Ltd. (CMSTD) is a state-controlled A-share listed company with both Chinese and foreign investment. The actual controller of CMSTD is China Chengtong Holdings Group Co. Ltd., a large state-owned enterprise that is directly under State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC) of the State Council, with Global Logistic Properties (GLP) being the second biggest shareholder, a leading global logistics and industrial real estate operator.


Globally-distributed Warehouse Logistics Platforms

With its warehousing networks distributed in world major economic regions such as Asia, Europe and America and its logistics parks set up in more than 20 provinces, province-level municipalities and autonomous regions in China, CMSTD has built up its China-based warehouse logistics capabilities to offer services globally and to provide Chinese and foreign enterprises with logistics support for their business globalization.

Well-equipped Warehouse Logistics Platform

CMSTD logistics parks and centers cover a total floor area of approx. 10 million square meters, of which 3 million square meters are open storage ground and 3 million square meters or so are warehouses. With a total of 57 railway sidings, CMSTD is competent in offering combined road-railway and road-river transportation services. To cater to the market demand, CMSTD has continuously improved and upgraded its infrastructure facilities and is able to offer services in terms of commodity and materials warehousing and transportation, on-line and offline transactions, information release, tax administration, catering and accommodation, etc.

By actively boosting its warehousing technologies, and bringing in and innovating on the intelligent warehousing system, CMSTD is transforming its traditional logistics centers into information centers and data collection platforms.

China Storage Indexes jointly released by China Federation of Logistics & Purchasing and CMSTD.

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