Puma Brand Secured for EGDC

by | Apr 7, 2017

 

Uniserve EGDC recently added Puma to its list of globally recognised brands operating through our multi country consolidation hub in Singapore.

Working on behalf of Star Group 360, Uniserve EGDC are consolidating products from all around the world for regional distribution for both B2B & B2C.

Vijay Madlani, COO of Uniserve EGDC, said “Puma is a great addition to the list of major global brands that are using our product offering in Singapore. What we do is fairly unique and is becoming extremely popular with our retail customers to improve efficiencies and speed to market, whilst also reducing their end to end costs”.

Vijay adds “We provide a wide range of VAS (value added services) through our Singapore Hub and pride ourselves on providing a boutique style customer service coupled with the Uniserve Groups buying power, ensuring we offer a competitive proposition to our customers”.

Some of the other brands being handled through Uniserve EGDC include: Adidas, Debenhams, Dorothy Perkins, Evans, Miss Selfridge, New Look, Nike, Patrick, Ralph Lauren, Top Shop and Wallis.

If you would like to find out more about how Uniserve EGDC can add value to your supply chain then please email info@ugroup.co.uk or call 01708 259400.

 

 

 

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