L’Oreal picks Globe Express for ME services
Dubai, December 19, 2012
Globe Express Services (Overseas Group), one of the world’s top 100 global logistics providers, has been selected by cosmetics giant L’Oreal Middle East to provide contracted outbound sea and air transportation services.
The two companies have maintained productive relations over the past four years, said Globe Express Services (GES) in a statement.
The Middle East arm of the world’s largest cosmetics company will tap GES for its extensive expertise in creative warehouse design, distribution, supply chain execution and material handling solutions.
In addition, L’Oreal Middle East will deploy Globe Express’s one-stop eServices tool, the GES eServices tracking system, the statement added.
“Our sea and air agreement with L’Oreal is the natural progression to our years of productive partnership,” remarked Mustapha Kawam, the managing director for Gulf states of Globe Express (Overseas Group).
“We look forward to helping the company achieve its expansion goals in the Middle East through capabilities such as our e-Services tracking system which is a good fit to L’Oreal’s regional operations,” he noted.
GES eServices is a 100 per cent paperless solution that enables full shipment control, visibility and events management, from booking to delivery at final destination.
The system features a customized dashboard that records a full log of past and present activities, as well as high-level visibility on the volume shipped on a weekly, monthly or yearly basis, said the company in its statement.
L’Oreal also gains the ability to input specific criteria that eServices will use to generate individual Key Performance Indicators, it added.-TradeArabia News Service
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