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Fr. Meyer’s Sohn (FMS) Opens New Branch in Thailand

Fr. Meyer’s Sohn (FMS) Opens New Branch in Thailand
Chatchaya Jianswatvatana

Fr. Meyer’s Sohn (FMS), a German based forwarding company and one of the 10 largest sea freight forwarding companies worldwide, has expanded its operations to Thailand. The company had a successful grand opening ceremony on November 30th at SO Sofitel Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand. Representatives honouring the event, Mr. Ralf Behrens, CEO Region Asia from Fr. Meyer’s Sohn; Mr. Jetchaikorn Wongkanjana, Managing Director from Fr. Meyer’s Sohn Thailand; and Mr. Borvornsint Tanthuwanit, Assistant to CEO from Ngow Hock Co. Ltd., celebrated this big milestone and special achievement together.

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Mr. Jetchaikorn Wongkanjana, Mr. Borvornsint Tanthuwanit and Mr. Ralf Behrens celebrating their new milestone together

Fr. Meyer’s Sohn Thailand Ltd is a joint venture between Fr. Meyer’s Sohn and the Ngow Hock Group Bangkok, the leading one-stop logistics provider in Thailand. Fr. Meyer’s Sohn Thailand offers a full range of services covering sea freight, air freight, overland (domestic & cross-border transportation), and custom clearance.

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Fr. Meyer’s Sohn has 52 own offices located in more than 20 countries, with nearly 700 trained logistics specialists to serve customers worldwide. With a high degree of expertise in logistics, the company offers a variety of industry solutions including stowage, cargo securing, handling, storage, picking, transport and warehouse insurance, custom clearance, transit documentation and customs clearance. They also offer specialized services to handle large volume commodities including minerals, chemicals, agriculture and food, paper, timber, recycling, consumer products and mechanical engineering.

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Placing great value on reliability, honesty and trust; the company strives to provide services to develop and improve performance in the value of customers’ supply chain. Their aim is to improve service quality, and reduce unnecessary operation cost. Customers can be assured that they will receive the transport options which are effective for them and suit their needs.
Next year Fr. Meyer’s Sohn will celebrate their 120th anniversary in Germany, and with the new branch in Bangkok, they are taking yet another step forward with their strategy of expanding their network in Asia and strengthening their presence worldwide. Fr. Meyer’s Sohn is expected to continue this trend with more investments into Asia in the coming years.

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Chatchaya Jianswatvatana

Amp is an energetic writer and an adventurous traveler seeking to explore and broaden her horizons. Her travels have taken her to far flung destinations, experiencing various cultures with fresh eyes. She is a book-lover of various genres and is also a skilled photographer. She enjoys very strong black coffee.

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