This Executive Summary will serve as a concise overview of certain of the significant points of the recent trip from Los Angeles, California, United States of America (USA) to Luzhou, Sichuan, China during the period of March 22nd through March 29th, 2015. The major topics of interest requested by the Sichuan Luzhou Changjian River Economic Development Zone to be duly explored, evaluated, analyzed and reported on both verbally (oral / visual presentation) and in writing (present professional write-up) consist of five (5) main subjects: 1. How to Develop Industry in Luzhou; 2. How to Develop Port Logistics; 3. How to Promote Port/Logistics; 4. Project Reciprocity; & 5. Questions & Answers (Q & A). Luzhou is a booming city of western China with a rapidly increasing metropolitan area entering into a new era, which is shaped by great trends that will create both challenges and opportunities for the city, region and nation. With major capital improvement programs in effect along with the new industrial park (Logistics Center) under construction as well as the newly proposed airport, Luzhou is well positioned not only to maintain its status as the premier gateway to the western, central, northern, and southern areas of China, but also to grow its activity and contribution to the overall local, regional, national and global economies as well. Luzhou has a well-developed infrastructure and offers superior logistics from its leading container port including bulk, break-bulk and Roll-On/Roll-Off (RORO) terminals, its extensive cross-country rail connections, transportation corridors and vast trucking fleets, an unrivaled network of warehouses and distribution facilities, a large manufacturing base and an experienced labor force. Other river ports along the YangTse River and seaports on the eastern coast of China are aggressively competing for the same business—underscoring the need to remain competitive! Therefore, Luzhou must endeavor to stay ahead of the curve by its investments in the state-of-art facilities currently being constructed while actively promoting domestic commerce, imports, exports, exhibitions, transportation (river, air, road, rail) and economic development through the city, region, province, nation and world-wide. Hence the need and urgency for the following report.
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