27
April
2016
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15:27
Europe/Amsterdam

Kuehne + Nagel Asia Pacific

Enhanced Integrated Logistics Control Centre in Singapore

With upgraded infrastructure and an expanded Integrated Logistics team located at the Kuehne + Nagel Singapore Logistics Hub, the Logistics Control Centre drives synergies and strengthens the Group’s global hub concept to provide end-to-end solutions from a single source.

The Logistics Control Centre (LCC) offers Integrated Logistics Services for the fulfilment of customers’ orders across international supply chains. In order to simplify complexity and to meet customers’ requirements for lean, agile and demand-driven supply chains, dedicated teams for contract management, continuous improvement, logistics partner management and customer data analytics closely collaborate in a shared environment

The upgraded infrastructure of the enhanced LCC located at the Kuehne + Nagel Singapore Logistics Hub, is specifically designed to create an environment that fosters and facilitates team collaboration to drive solutions such as request and exception management, visibility and event monitoring, order management, transport management, freight settlement, business systems support, as well as report and performance management.

Jens Drewes, President South Asia Pacific of Kuehne + Nagel, said, “The Singapore Logistics Hub is part of Kuehne + Nagel’s regional strategy to provide end-to-end supply chain capabilities to support customers through Asia’s dynamic logistics market. By locating the Logistics Control Centre in the Singapore Logistics Hub, we can increase synergies and strengthen our hub concept to provide a one-stop solution to customers.”

Tobias Jerschke, Global Head of Integrated Logistics, said, “The enhanced Logistics Control Centre in Singapore underlines Kuehne + Nagel’s commitment to provide modular, value-added logistics management services across supply chains and further strengthens our growing worldwide network of Integrated Logistics Control Centres, consisting of six strategic locations across the globe currently.”