Global logistics service providers (LSPs) are continuing to invest in China. The past couple of months has seen a particular burst of activity from the likes of Logwin and Kerry, but also Panalpina, Kuehne + Nagel and DB Schenker as they look to develop their presence in the country. It is interesting to note the increasing investment shown by Kerry Logistics in Zhengzhou, Henan Province whereby it is building a 47,000 sq m logistics centre in being built in the newly opened 'Singapore International Logistics Industrial Park'. Sited on the Yellow River, Zhengzhou is also at the cross point of two key east-west and north-south railway lines alongside road links and a large airport. This makes it attractive to manufacturers looking to exploit lower cost labour beyond China's coastal cities, yet who need fast access to both global suppliers and markets. In particular, Foxconn is reported to be using Zhengzhou as both a production location and a logistics platform for the assembly of Apple products.