Jaguar Freight Closes Hong Kong Office
Jaguar Freight, the New York-based logistics provider, has closed its Hong Kong office continuing its effort to centralize operations at its company’s headquarters.
The move, said Jaguar CEO Simon Kaye, is a “natural extension of Jaguar leveraging its supply chain solutions with centralized client management supported by local expertise.”
To fill the gap, the company will be represented by Singapore-based CP World, the multi-continent global cargo shipping consolidator.
CP World maintains distribution facilities in over thirty countries that will manage activity in the Asia region on Jaguar’s behalf, the company said in a statement.
“We’re excited to be working with Jaguar again in Asia and supporting their exceptional customer experience,” said CP World’s Managing Director, Ms. Germio Chen.
Jaguar, founded in 1993, specializes in developing customized supply chain management software and providing its customers with a single ‘point of contact,’ a senior account manager, who “is knowledgeable about the specific needs and preferences of the client and able to conveniently address all matters related to the account.”
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