Reklam
Reklam
Reklam
Reklam
Reklam
Reklam
Reklam
Reklam

U-Freight Korea opens office in Incheon to serve e-commerce market

U-FREIGHT Korea, a member of the Hong Kong-based U-Freight Group, has set up a new e-commerce fulfilment centre (EFC) in Incheon that will process domestic and cross-border e-commerce shipments for business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) fulfilment

U-Freight Korea opens office in Incheon to serve e-commerce market

U-FREIGHT Korea, a member of the Hong Kong-based U-Freight Group, has set up a new e-commerce fulfilment centre (EFC) in Incheon that will process domestic and cross-border e-commerce shipments for business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) fulfilment

19 February 2020 - 19:00

U-FREIGHT Korea, a member of the Hong Kong-based U-Freight Group, has set up a new e-commerce fulfilment centre (EFC) in Incheon that will process domestic and cross-border e-commerce shipments for business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) fulfilment.

Given the anticipated spike in e-commerce logistics volumes, especially from South Korea to Vietnam, the company has decided to invest in a 'bespoke temperature-controlled facility with easy access for e-commerce vendors and buyers based in South Korea.'



The new hub will also house the company's headquarters, which is moving from the existing multipurpose warehouse located in Incheon airport's free trade zone, which will continue to be used for general and bulk freight forwarding operations, London's Air Cargo News reported.



Over the course of this year, the group will also roll-out e+ Solutions, its logistics product designed for e-commerce start-ups, to the South Korean marketplace.



'Launched last year, e+ Solutions is designed to help the growing number of small businesses, which are looking to capitalise on the global e-commerce market, with their logistics needs,' the company said.



'Often those start-ups have limited resources and are looking for cost effective behind-the-scene assistance with order fulfilment, plus associated logistics and administration operations.'



The decision to remodel many of its multiple warehouses across its global network to offer more e-commerce logistics services, as well as the opening of its new EFCs, demonstrates the company's commitment to delivering the types of logistics services that will emerge from the change in the way that manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers and consumers gather in the market through e-commerce.


WORLD SHIPPING

This news 207 hits received.