Daimler Northeast Asia Parts Trading and Services celebrates 5 years in China

Article by Anita Panait, on January 7, 2014

Daimler Northeast Asia Parts Trading and Services Co., Ltd. (DPTS) is celebrating its fifth year of providing outstanding services and delivering high quality genuine spare parts at the right time and place across China. DPTS is in charge of after sales parts logistics of Mercedes-Benz passenger cars, vans and trucks in China, thus is considered a vital part of Daimler’s strong presence and future growth plans in the country.

“Our infrastructure has grown rapidly over the past five years with five warehouses in operation up to now, and will continue to grow in future,” remarked Jan Fischer, chief executive of DPTS. He disclosed that this year DPTS will open its new custom-built Shanghai warehouse to further strengthen its Chinese footprint.

Established in 2008, DPTS has expanded its regional operations by opening warehouses in key locations like Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Yangzhou and Chengdu. In 2010, DPTS received the VDA 6.2 certificate by TÜV SÜD and global industry standard certificate ISO 9001. These standards are assurance that DPTS has efficient and transparent business processes which in turn results to improved customer satisfaction.

In 2013, DPTS was certified as Corporate Class AA by Chinese customs. With its experience and expertise, DPTS is confident that it can provide excellence in parts distribution and services as well as competitive advantage to its customers in China. DPTS’s network of warehouses has a total area of more than 120,000 square meters. With over 400 employees, the warehouses stock more than 50,000 different vehicle components representing a value of over RMB1.3 billion (EUR150 million).

Topics: daimler, china

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