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Dachser appoints Kevin Chen to lead operations in HK, Taiwan, S China

DACHSER created a new Far East south cluster in August that comprises its operations in Hong Kong, Taiwan and South China, in order to capitalise on cross-market business opportunities and its IT resources that include its international transport management system for air and sea and cross-continental warehouse management system

Dachser appoints Kevin Chen to lead operations in HK, Taiwan, S China
11 October 2018 - 19:00

DACHSER created a new Far East south cluster in August that comprises its operations in Hong Kong, Taiwan and South China, in order to capitalise on cross-market business opportunities and its IT resources that include its international transport management system for air and sea and cross-continental warehouse management system.

The cluster will be headed by Kevin Chen, who has been appointed the managing director of air & sea logistics Far East south. The industry veteran will be responsible for 477 employees and eight locations across Hong Kong, Taiwan and South China.



Formerly the managing director of air & sea logistics South China, Mr Chen joined the company in 2003, when the company acquired Zust Ambrosetti Far East Ltd, and was promoted to the position of general manager of South China that same year. Under his supervision, the South China's business has grown to 200 staff members and six offices today.



The team also welcomed Jesper Larsen as managing director of air & sea logistics in Hong Kong. Reporting to Mr Chen, Mr Larsen brings with him two decades of experience in the logistics industry. Most recently, he served as general manager of a well-known NVOCC in Hong Kong.



In addition, Nick Chen was appointed as managing director of air & sea logistics in Taiwan. With expertise in engineering and trade logistics, Mr Chen most recently served as vice president of operations at a reputable international logistics company in Taiwan before joining Dachser in March this year.

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