FedEx Logistics moves to new office in Singapore
Its services include supply chain solutions and customs brokerage.
FedEx Corp. subsidiary, FedEx Logistics, moved into a new office in Changi Business Park in Singapore, marking the latest expansions of its Asia, Middle East, and Africa (AMEA) network.
In a statement, FedEx Logistics said the opening of the new office raises the company’s global portfolio.
“This move enables us to better serve our customers not just in the AMEA region but around the world,” said Patrick Moebel, president of FedEx Trade Networks.
“Our local, regional, and global customers who trade with Singapore benefit from our global reach and the many integrated services and solutions offered by FedEx Logistics. We are continuing to deliver for our customers by helping them navigate global commerce with the guidance of local expertise,” Moebel added.
FedEx Logistics Singapore offers various supply chain services such as air and ocean freight, customs brokerage, air and ocean freight consolidation service, multimodal transportation services of sea/air, air/sea and truck/air, and cross dock services.
It operates as the air and ocean gateway for Southeast Asian countries including Malaysia, Thailand, and Singapore, with its road freight network.