We compiled an up-to-date list of logistics services offerings as the basis for our questionnaire design to study the city logistics in Chinese Capital city, Beijing. We used personal interviews to simultaneously collect credible logistics services usage and offerings information. Integrated data enabled us to analyze the market quality and growth trends. The 3PL sector in Beijing is fragmented and outsourcing is relatively infrequent. By contrast to previous country-level studies, enterprises in Beijing outsource more of value-added services, but fewer of international-related, technology services or management services, a result of the demand characteristics of the city. The managerial implications of the market quality and growth analyses suggest that the 3PLs in Beijing shall initially position themselves as local integrated logistics services providers. The short-term strategy is to improve transportation and uncomplicated valued-added services for city logistics. The medium-term strategy is to develop the real-time tracking and inter-organizational information capabilities that can integrate with basic logistics services for an effective physical operation. The findings also suggest that through the acquisitions of, and alliances and joint-ventures with local transportation and uncomplicated value-added services providers are the preferable expansion strategies into Beijing city than wholly owned subsidiary for the global 3PLs.