THI Taiwan Join UniOcean
THI Group and UniOcean Lines reached agreement last week for THI to represent the 21st century global carrier as their official liner agent in Taiwan.
UniOcean are globally served by a hand picked collective of independent liner agencies, including Uniserve representation in the UK, Rotterdam and Ireland.
THI Group already represent UniOcean in other Asian locations, so are fully conversant with the rigorous drive for innovation and high customer standards that being a UniOcean partner demands.
Speaking of the new agreement, Iain Brymer, UniOcean Lines Commercial Director said “We are delighted to be able to appoint THI in Taiwan, who will provide us with greater operational stability and performance.
UniOcean are a modern ocean freight carrier that integrate with customers through our sophisticated global supply chain management platform, so having technologically advanced partners like THI is important to our network”.
THI wasted no time in symbolising the new arrangement by proudly erecting the UniOcean plaque in their Taipei office.
Pictured left to right are: Jeff Chen – Senior Associate Vice President, Helen Liu – General Manager, Eva Chen – Associate Vice President, along with team members Sandy Tseng and Phibe Chang.
If you would like to know more about Uniserve’s representation of UniOcean, or to enquire about our global full load services and contracts, then please call 01708 259400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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