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Tigers sighted in Essex

Asian-owned forwarder Tigers has opened a new facility in Thurrock, near London Gateway, to meet growing e-commerce demand. It has moved its existing Basildon facility to the larger location in Thurrock, off the M25 London orbital motorway, and created more than 50 jobs. The new facility is located off the M25 with good links to the port of Felixstowe, central London, and all main road routes to the Midlands, Wales, northern ... [+]

Tigers roam far and wide

Tigers has recruited a dedicated international sales team covering Asia-Pacific, South Africa, Europe, and North America. They will be based in Melbourne, Johannesburg, Geneva and Chicago. Christian Bonnet, regional director for global sales, Tigers, is based in Geneva and specialises in fashion and apparel, with a special interest in e-commerce. Sean Gothe ... [+]

Tigers Australia invests in X-ray gear

Tigers Australia has invested in X-ray and detection technology for air cargo exports in Perth, ahead of new security laws being introduced in March. The equipment includes X-ray equipment for shipments up to 1,810 mm by 1,872, two explosive trace detection units and an electro-magnetic detection machine capable of scanning ... [+]

Tigers on the hunt for e-commerce

E-commerce expert Tigers has opened an office in Suzhou, China, and a new fulfilment centre in Selangor, Malaysia. The latter is Tigers’ second Malaysian operation, after the automotive fulfilment centre in Kota Kinabalu, East Malaysia. The new Suzhou office is located close to Shanghai, where Tigers has recently opened a ... [+]

Tigers e-commerce is cooking with gas

Supply chain specialist Tigers is fulfiling portable cooker retailer Cobb’s e-commerce requirements in Hong Kong through its Tigers eShop online marketplace. Tigers handles Cobb’s B2C distribution from its e-commerce fulfilment centre in Hong Kong. Tigers, which first opened eShops in China and Malaysia in 2017 and recently launched in Germany and ... [+]

Frankfurt to spearhead Tigers leap into e-commerce

Tigers Germany has opened a new office at Frankfurt Airport to help expand its global footprint ahead of the global launch of its eShop online marketplace service. It will act as a gateway for Europe by creating air freight consolidation products, starting with the trade lane between Germany and South Africa. The ... [+]

Bigger pawprint for Tigers Shanghai

Asian-based supply chain specialist Tigers has relocated to a new two-warehouse facility in Shanghai, China to overcome space restraints in its previous operation and meet growing customer demand. The new facility, which is located close to Shanghai Yangshan Port, will allow Tigers to offer scalable solutions and has 34% more ... [+]

Tigers leaps into California market

Supply chain specialist Tigers has opened a new office and warehouse complex in Riverside, California ahead of the launch of its eShop fulfilment service there. Todd Krell, heads the new facility and a team of 70 staff. The Hong Kong-headquartered firm will help brands launch e-commerce initiatives and expand their ... [+]

Tigers has new lair in Dallas

Hong Kong-based forwarder Tigers is to move to a larger facility in Dallas. The new location at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport includes a temperature-controlled area, specialising in health supplements and cosmetics, and  is headed by branch manager Jodi Flynn. The e-commerce specialist operates 16 offices in the US and is ... [+]

Mouse to house move with help of the flying Tigers

Hong Kong-based Tigers Global Logistics leapt into action to transport 29 large bronze wildlife sculptures from Cape Town, South Africa to London for an exhibition by conservationist-turned-artist Bruce Little at the Mall Galleries. The sculptures range from a 10cm mouse to a quarter-tonne, 450cm long Leopard. The sculptures arrived in an ocean ... [+]

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