Korea Ocean Business Corporation has decided to invest $61 million in developing CJ Logistics' logistics centers in the US. These centers will be designated as overseas logistics centers to be shared by Korean companies, helping them enter the North American market. CJ Logistics plans to connect these new centers with its existing centers in the US and introduce advanced technologies such as big data and artificial intelligence to maximize efficiency.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is CJ Logistics?
A: CJ Logistics is a global logistics company that specializes in providing advanced logistics services and solutions.
Q: What is the focus of CJ Logistics' development?
A: CJ Logistics' development is focused on the expansion and optimization of advanced logistics centers.
Q: Why is the development of advanced logistics facilities important?
A: The development of advanced logistics facilities is important due to the increasing significance of e-commerce and economic development.
Q: What is CJ Logistics' approach to meet customer needs?
A: CJ Logistics is optimizing its global logistics model to meet customer needs for integrated services.
Q: What are PBVs?
A: PBVs, or Purpose-Built Vehicles, are vehicles developed with a focus on utility such as cargo trucks, delivery vehicles, or commercial taxis.
Q: What is the TES pilot program?
A: The TES pilot program evaluates automated stretch wrapping technology for pallets in a distribution center environment.
Q: What is CJ Logistics' involvement in the TES pilot program?
A: CJ Logistics collaborates with DSC in the TES pilot program to advance integrated global supply chain innovation.
Q: Where has CJ Logistics established a global distribution center?
A: CJ Logistics has established a global distribution center in Saudi Arabia.
Q: How many AGVs does CJ Logistics plan to place in fulfillment centers?
A: CJ Logistics plans to place over 100 AGVs in fulfillment centers.
Q: What is the strategic partnership announced by CJ Logistics?
A: CJ Logistics has announced a strategic partnership with the Korea Ocean Business Corporation (KOBC) to construct logistics centers in the US.