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Cargo Import Brokers, Inc. (CIB) is a licensed, full service Customhouse Broker, based in Houston, Texas, USA. CIB is a Customs Brokerage company and an International Freight Forwarder that services both importers and exporters.
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Over the last 25 years, CIB has built a worldwide network of trusted affiliates, including China. Reliable and effective Chinese affiliates have proven to be an invaluable asset for CIB clients. Whether it's Imports or Exports, CIB's expertise coupled with the knowledge of their local affiliates has assured smooth and successful Chinese shipments.
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According to the People's Daily, Shanghai cargo throughput rose 3.6 percent in 2008 to 582 million tons, making it already the world's busiest port for the fourth consecutive year. Shanghai overtook Hong Kong as the number two container port in the world with 28 million Twenty Foot Equivalent Unit containers (TEUs) in 2008, while Singapore as number one handled 29.9 million TEUs.

While Singapore is primarily a trans-shipment port, Shanghai is primarily an import / export cargo port serving the Yangtze area and the hinterland beyond, with very clear potential to grow significantly as both a gateway port and a trans-shipment port. In total, according to Frost and Sullivan, China is projected to handle 107 million TEUs in 2009 with average six percent annual growth up to 2015, with a projection then of over 200 million TEUs.
Shanghai is the Number Two Container Port in the World
Source: China Supply Chain Council
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Obviously, trade with China can be an extremely lucrative enterprise. What's more, importing and exporting should be relatively worry-free. Joe Torres, CIB vice president, reports that no serious export issues exist with China today. Only extreme cases involving national security related to high-tech technology are of concern. So, why take chances? CIB is your one-stop-shop for Chinese Imports and Exports.
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