News | November 5, 2013

Three DHL Units Discuss Leap Forward For Local Logistics Service


Seoul South Korea - DHL’s joint roundtable took place at Conrad Hotel in Yeouido on November 1, bringing together heads of three business units of the world’s leading logistics provider -- DHL Express Korea, DHL Global Forwarding Korea and DHL Supply Chain Korea – to discuss a leap forward in the logistics market in Korea.

Jerry Hsu, DHL Express Asia Pacific CEO, said: "Korea is a global leader in electronics, IT and semiconductor industries which accounts for a significant part in international logistics.Korea has also been proactively embracing global FTAs, providing great opportunities for logistics. In addition, as a logistics hub in the Asia Pacific region,Korea and other Asian countries have become a major location for DHL’s investments."

BK Han, Country Manager of DHL Express Korea, said: "DHL Express Korea started business in 1977, introducing international express delivery service for the first time in Korea. Based on its knowhow built over the last 36 years, it has maintained the No. 1 position in the market and increased customer satisfaction to a higher level. We remain committed to provide excellent service to our customers which in turn will be the basis for further growth and a successful business in Korea.”

SP Song, the country manager of DHL Global Forwarding Korea, said: “DHL Global Forwarding Korea has been the market leader in Air and Ocean shipment with well-organized specialist teams who have wide knowledge in logistics industry. We also have maintained the leading position by providing value added services such as customs brokerage, Logistics Management Services, Pusan Multinational Gateway and Shipper’s Interest Insurance (SII). Despite a challenging global economy, we will grow as a great company by improving customer satisfaction through better competency.”