Chinese logistics firm to build hub at Edmonton International Airport, boosting North America-China trade

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

FLY EIAEHL International Logistics Co. and Edmonton International Airport (EIA) signed an agreement on Nov. 9, 2018 in Shanghai, China, making the airport EHL’s new North American logistics consolidation centre for goods, including e-commerce, moving between China and North America. The deal will generate many new jobs for the Edmonton Metro Region and significantly increase real-time access to global markets for businesses across the region, Alberta and Canada.  Read full article.

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