U-Freight promotes two

U-Freight Group Ltd has promoted Amy Wong to chief administrative officer  and has named Joey as general manager of U-Freight’s Hong Kong office. Amy Wong joined U-Freight 1n 1982 and is already a member of the executive management team as vice president of administration and training. In a career within the U-Freight Group that started in 1997, Mr Cheung has worked in senior sales and business development positions in Shanghai, ... [+]

U-Freight delivers power to the people

The U-Freight Group is playing a key role in making sure that non-resident Filipinos can have their say in their country’s presidential and vice-presidential elections on 9 May. Through its long-standing partner in the country, the Hong Kong-based forwarder will be distributing all the equipment, peripherals, documentation and other paraphernalia around ... [+]

Shippers from China take to the trains

U-Freight Group says that the recent problems in the Suez Canal has boosted its rail route from China to Europe.Chief executive Simon Wong, said the service had continued “a sharp upward trajectory in 2021, following on from a strong 2020. The Covid pandemic, and the capacity problems in the air ... [+]

Dublin freight firm strengthens sales team

Dublin forwarder EFL International Distribution has appointed Kevin Blake as sales and development manager.He was previously operations manager at Freighteam Ireland and over the last two decades had management responsibility for a number of the company’s areas of operation including a daily UK groupage trailer service, a Turkish road service, ... [+]

U-Freight boss sees e-commerce boom

U-Freight predicts that the global e-commerce logistics market will hit €557 billion by 2025, having grown 27.3% in 2020. Chief executive Simon Wong said his experience mirrored a recent report by Transport intelligence (Tii) which described e-commerce as one of the key growth sectors for logistics during the pandemic He added: “It ... [+]

U-Freight leader sees ‘explosion’ in e-commerce

There has been “an explosion” in the development of distribution centres for e-Commerce as traditional traders transform their business model, says Simon Wong, chief executive officer of Hong Kong-based U-Freight. Changes in demand patterns is driving development in merchandising, warehousing, and distribution patterns he says. U-Freight has been investing in several of ... [+]

New Amsterdam director for U-Freight

The U-Freight Group has promoted operations manager at its Amsterdam headquarters, Robert Rens (pictured) to operations director. He will take responsibility for work undertaken by current managing director in the Netherlands, Cas Scheij, who has reached official retirement age but will remain in post on a part-time basis. Rens has ... [+]

U-Ocean blows into Windy City

U-Freight North America, the US subsidiary of the U-Freight Group, has added a consolidation centre for ocean freight shipments at its freight hub in Chicago, joining its other main ocean freight hub in Los Angeles. It will enable it to better serve customers on the US East and West coasts, ... [+]

U-Freight adds second China rail centre

Hong Kong based forwarder U-Freight Group has added a second Chinese consolidation centre in Shanghai to its existing Zhengzhou hub for its LCL and FCL rail freight services to and from Europe. The company started its regular service in 2014, consolidating cargo in Zhengzhou and using the daily service that ... [+]

Ong to spearhead U-Freight Asian growth

The U-Freight Group has appointed Ong Boon Seong as a director of U-Freight Logistics Sdn Bhd to increase its presence in cross-border logistics between Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore. Based at U-Freight Logistics branch office in Johor Bahru in Malaysia, Ong will be responsible for the development of a comprehensive portfolio ... [+]

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