FedEx Logistics, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp. and provider of specialty solutions that support FedEx services and facilitate global trade, announced the opening of an office in Seoul, South Korea, in the latest expansion of its worldwide network.
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“The new office in Korea complements our global operations, strengthening our position to better serve our customers around the world. Global customers who trade with Korea and Korean customers alike will benefit from the fully customizable solutions offered by FedEx Logistics. We deliver for our customers by helping them navigate the complexities of global commerce.”Patrick Moebel, President of FedEx Trade Networks
The new FedEx Logistics Korean organization will provide one-source, end-to-end logistics solutions, including international air and ocean cargo services, customs brokerage arrangements, and trade solutions, as well as a range of value-added services.
“This is an exciting moment for FedEx Logistics and one that brings tremendous opportunity. Korea is a key player in international trade. In addition to the substantial enhancement in service level, customers will gain access to the unparalleled global reach of FedEx guided by local, Korean expertise.”Edward Hui, Vice President for Asia Pacific, Middle East, and Africa (AMEA) at FedEx Logistics
FedEx Logistics Expands Global Trade
The enhanced FedEx Logistics presence in Korea illustrates the company’s role in helping to expand global trade, build nimble supply chains and transport local products and services to customers around the world.
This new office is part of the company’s ongoing commitment to delivering best-in-class service while expanding into new economies.
The FedEx Logistics AMEA region works within the global FedEx network to provide customers with logistics solutions to more than 220 countries and territories.
In 2019, FedEx rebranded FedEx Trade Networks into FedEx Logistics to better describe the company’s suite of global logistics services. FedEx originally entered the South Korean market in 1988 with its Express operations.
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