Globe Express opens offices in US, China
Dubai, June 26, 2013
Globe Express Services (GES), a global leader in logistics, has opened three new branch offices in the US and four sales offices in China as part of its global expansion efforts.
The new US offices are located in Chicago, Boston and Baltimore. The Chicago branch features a spacious office and a warehouse and is located within 10 miles of the O’Hare International Airport.
It makes GES part of the fourth busiest air freight market in the US, with daily flights to over 60 foreign destinations. The Boston and Baltimore offices, on the other hand, will offer a full range of global logistics services that include air to ocean, import to export, and customs brokerage, among others.
GES’ expansion in China through opening sales offices in each of Dongguan, Foshan, Zhongshan and Yantai will also offer clients a comprehensive range of global logistics services.
The Yantai office in eastern Shandong province is within a superior investment environment that hosts various manufacturers. The other three are located in the southern Pearl River Delta Area, a developed economic area with several trading zones and a thriving manufacturing center. The new operations bring GES’ total office count in China to 16 locations.
“Our new branch offices in the US will deliver more competitive pricing to our customers and further strengthen our distribution networks, while our additional Chinese operations will sustain the momentum of our strong performance this year,” said Mustapha Kawam, managing director-Gulf States of GES.
“Our latest branch openings are crucial to the success of our overall expansion efforts which are aimed at cementing our position in key foreign markets.” – TradeArabia News Service
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