Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Asian Supply Chain Group Kerry Logistics Open New Freight Agency Offices

Myanmar and Sri Lanka Witness Development of Network
Shipping News Feature

HONG KONG - MYANMAR - SRI LANKA - Kerry Logistics, already a formidable presence on the Asian freight and supply chain scene, has announced it is to open two new offices on the island state of Sri Lanka and in Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, as both countries open up to trade following traumatic periods in both their histories. The new offices are part of its strategy of building a presence and network in emerging markets across the region. Kerry Logistics already have an established freight network in Vietnam, Thailand, India and Bangladesh. Kenneth Ko, Executive Director, International Freight Forwarding, Kerry Logistics said:

“The new office in Myanmar will help strengthen our growing capabilities in the Greater Mekong Delta while Sri Lanka is one of the fastest growing shipping and logistics hubs in South Asia. Our customers are driving the process and we are seeing growing demand for diversified logistics services across the region. We are investing in our network to better support our customers’ supply chains.”