Kerry Logistics wins awards for third time

Robert Tan of Kerry Logistics receiving the awards

Kerry Logistics has won two titles at the 2019 Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific Best Practices Awards for the third year in a row.

It was named Asia Pacific Logistics Service Provider of the Year and Asia Pacific Road Freight Service Provider of the Year at the awards ceremony in Singapore, which was organised by business consulting company Frost & Sullivan.

Award recipients were chosen using rigorous measurements based on actual market performance indicators such as revenue growth; market share and its growth; strong capability in leading new product introduction and innovation; breadth of products and solution offering; new major customer acquisition and business strategy.

William Ma, group managing director, Kerry Logistics, said: “The global supply chain is currently undergoing transformative changes, the role in which the logistics industry plays is more important than ever. At Kerry Logistics, we will continue to adhere to industry best practices to facilitate the shifts and enable our customers to swiftly adapt to the adjustments in the supply chain.”

Organised annually, the Frost & Sullivan Awards recognise best-in-class companies in the Asia Pacific and identify outstanding businesses in the automotive, energy, building and environment, healthcare, information communication technologies and logistics sectors.

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