The ‘Xpo’ logistics company in the Philippines says it’s looking to build a logistics business in the United States

Posted June 15, 2018 06:19:51A logistics company is looking to launch a logistics company based in the U.S. as part of its expansion into logistics in the country, but the company said in a statement on Tuesday it’s still waiting for an investor.

Lian Li Holdings Ltd., the parent company of logistics company Lian Lian Holdings, has also expressed interest in establishing an office in San Diego, said Wang Xiangming, vice president of the company.

It would be one of the first logistics companies to open in the state.

The company is focused on growing its logistics business and expanding its reach in the area, Wang said.

Liang has said he has no plans to open an office or factory in the US, but it could open an American branch of the firm in the next few years.

He said Lian Li had been looking to expand its footprint in the region for a few years, but his plans have been thwarted due to legal issues.

Liu Shifeng, a lawyer with the National Association of Chinese Law Schools in the Washington, D.C., area, said the company has a long history of opening offices in the states.

But she said it’s hard to know whether or not the company is truly interested in moving to the U, or whether it’s simply waiting for a favorable deal with a U.A.E. investor.