Winning Best 3PL Provider and Best Logistics Service Provider - Air Freight Honours
2020-11-10 Hong Kong
Kerry Logistics Network Limited (‘Kerry Logistics’; Stock Code 0636.HK) is delighted to have once again clinched the titles of Best 3PL Provider and Best Logistics Service Provider - Air Freight at the 2020 Asian Freight, Logistics and Supply Chain Awards (‘AFLAS’). Kerry Logistics is the proud winner of the titles for the fifth time. The awards were presented on 9 November 2020 in Hong Kong.
Organised annually by Asia Cargo News, a shipping and supply chain industry news platform for the Asian Pacific region, AFLAS was set up to honour the respective winning organisations for demonstrating leadership as well as consistency in service quality, innovation, customer relationship management and reliability. The winners were nominated and voted by over 15,000 Asia Cargo News readers, making it a widely-recognised award among industry players and experts.
John Parkes, Managing Director - Integrated Logistics of Kerry Logistics, said, “We are pleased and thankful to Asia Cargo News and its readers for their recognition of our hard work and achievements. Our continuous winning streak shows that we have consistently kept up the standards of our services and performance. Over the course of this year our industry has faced a great deal of challenges and struggles alongside the rest of the world. But with resilience and adaptability, Kerry Logistics has managed to ride out the waves and come out on top. While the road ahead remains fraught with unforeseen difficulties and uncertainties, we will persist in helping our customers to navigate the changing landscape and thrive in the new conditions, as well as making full use of our capabilities to capitalise on new demands.”
Kerry Logistics has leveraged its unique market position as one of the very few Asia-based global freight forwarders, with broad exposure in key gateways across continents and ability to capture new business opportunities. Its international freight forwarding division registered a 40% growth in segment profit in the first half of 2020.