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Expansion moves U-Freight in Korea
U-Freight is strengthening its presence in Korea with the move of its Seoul headquarters to larger premises; and expanding its presence at Incheon International airport where it will take space in a new 2,000 sq. m multi-user warehouse facility that is currently under construction.U-Freight established its own Korean subsidiary in 1998, replacing its previous agency agreements. Headed by managing director, Scott Kim, the company offers a competitive range of global export and import freight forwarding services, covering both air and seafreight.
The address of U-Freight Korea’s new Seoul office is: U-Freight Korea Inc., Unit #415, 85 Susong-Dong, Jongno-Gu, Seoul 110-140, Korea.
High-tech consignments are U-Freight Korea’s specialty. In addition to the conventional import and export movements of hardware and components, this also involves value added services supporting JIT operations, door-to-door options and particularly, equipment packaging requirements.
Comments Scott Kim: “We are committed to the development of our presence in Korea. It is a very competitive market and the relocation of our Seoul headquarters to a larger office will help us to keep up with the steady increase in demand for our services.
“Once the construction of the new airport facility is complete, we will be able to focus even more on the strengthening and development of our warehouse-related logistics services to meet our customers’ growing requirements for full supply chain management services.”
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