FedEx Logistics opens new office in Seoul to expand its global network
Category: #business  By Mateen Dalal  Date: 2021-09-29
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FedEx Logistics opens new office in Seoul to expand its global network

FedEx Logistics, a subsidiary of FedEx Corporation that provides specialty solutions, has announced to have launched a new office in Seoul, South Korea. The move echoes the company’s efforts to expand its worldwide network. 

Confirming the news, the President of FedEx Trade Networks Patrick Moebel claimed that the new office in Korea will facilitate the company’s global operations as well as allow it to offer a better customer experience.

The new FedEx Logistics office in Korea will provide one-source and end-to-end logistics solutions, which include international air as well as ocean cargo services, customs brokerage arrangements, and trade solutions, along with a range of value-added services.

Edward Hui, the Vice President for the Asia Pacific, Middle East, as well as Africa at FedEx Logistics mentioned that this is an exciting moment for the whole organization since Korea will offer tremendous new opportunities.

South Korea is always known to play a key role in international trade, Hui added. Customers will now have access to FedEx's unrivaled global reach, guided by local, Korean experience, as well as improved service quality.

It is worth noting here that FedEx Logistical AMEA works within the worldwide FedEx network to deliver logistics solutions to customers in over 220 countries as well as territories.

FedEx's expanded presence in South Korea will exemplify the company's role in facilitating global trade, forming agile supply chains, and transporting local goods and services to clients around the world. The new office opening is in line with the company's most recent expansion strategy, which involves further expanding into high-potential economies and reaffirming its commitment to providing best-in-class services.

About FedEx Logistics

FedEx Logistics has long played an important part in its parent FedEx Corp. The company specializes in offering air and ocean freight forwarding, cross-border e-commerce technology services, supply chain solutions, specialty transportation, customs brokerage arrangements, as well as trade management tools and data.

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https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210927005158/en/FedEx-Logistics-Expands-Worldwide-Operations-with-New-Office-in-Korea

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