Tigers supports K&N Filters’ operations in China

Laura Crow of Tigers

Tigers is working with K&N Filters, a high-performance automotive air filter and air filtration manufacturer that is expanding its operations in China.

China is, Tigers noted, the world’s largest automotive market and Hong Kong-based Tigers is providing logistical support through its Chinese network of offices and facilities to the US-headquartered company.

“Working closely with international brands like K&N Filters as a strategic logistics partner is always a pleasure for Tigers as we are specialised in global logistics and supply chain solutions,” enthused Laura Crow, managing director – China for Tigers.

“China is a very strong market for Tigers and we are working with K&N Filters by fulfilling both its B2B and B2C orders in the region, providing marketing and trading services, as well as offering our specialist local knowledge.”

K&N Filters recently launched a ‘Revolution. Powering the Future’ strategy conference in Chengdu, China, to showcase its brand and product solutions to the Chinese market.

“K&N Filters is committed to providing Chinese car owners with high-quality product performance and is continuously developing a localised product series that is more suitable for the Chinese market,” informed William Wu, general manager – China for K&N Filters.

“Working with Tigers is the perfect match for expanding our operations in China due to Tigers’ extensive knowledge of the Chinese market and their modern approach to global logistics,” he added.

K&N Filters supplies air filters and air filtration systems to championship-winning teams competing in many forms of motorsport around the world, including NASCAR and Supercross.

Tigers is a global logistics and transportation company that specialises in bespoke supply chain solutions, e-fulfilment and transportation by air, sea, rail and road.

In late March, Tigers confirmed that it would be the launch customer for an instant freight rate quote engine developed by US-based tech start-up Doozee.

The new tool will be available to Tigers’ international agent network and will be hosted on the Tigers SmartHub:Connect portal following the release of future versions of Doozee.

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