August 8 2012
Kerry Logistics opens new freight offices in Myanmar and Sri Lanka
HONG KONG's global logistics services provider, Kerry Logistics, has started operations in Myanmar (Burma) and in Sri Lanka as part of its continuing plan to expand in Asia
The new freight offices, one in the former capital of Myanmar, Yangon (Rangoon), and the other in Sri Lankan capital of Colombo, which are part of Kerry Logistics' strategy of building its presence and network in emerging markets across the region. The new offices will complement the company's existing freight network in Vietnam, Thailand, India and Bangladesh, the company 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," said Kenneth Ko, executive director, international freight forwarding, Kerry Logistics.
"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," he added.