Tuesday, May 21, 2024
U-Freight set to expand the potential of its e+ Solutions (ePlus) brand

U-Freight set to expand the potential of its e+ Solutions (ePlus) brand

2024 will see the U-Freight Group expanding the operations of its e+ Solutions (ePlus) brand, which offers a comprehensive e-commerce logistics package, especially for start-up businesses with limited resources that are looking for cost effective behind-the-scenes assistance with order fulfilment, plus associated logistics and administration operations.

The Hong Kong-based logistics company used the recent Asian Logistics, Maritime and Aviation Conference to showcase the services offered by its e+ Solutions (ePlus) brand.The event brought together logistics, maritime, air freight and supply chain management services providers, with shippers, including manufacturers, traders and distributors, to exchange market intelligence and explore business opportunities in the region.It was the perfect platform to demonstrate how the services offered by e+ Solutions (ePlus) are perfectly designed to help the growing number of small businesses, which are looking to capitalise on the global e-commerce market, with their logistics needs.Staff from the e+ Solutions (ePlus) team used the event to met and exchange ideas with traditional logistics partners; eCommerce businesses, last-mile service partners; logistics automation and technology partners; as well as various government sectors.They were able to present UFL’s warehouse automation technologies to global audiences; whilst building global networks and fostering mutually beneficial partnerships by connecting with a diverse array of industry-related sectors.At the same time they were able to discover the cutting-edge trends shaping the logistics industry, from the essential aspects of supply chain diversification and sustainability, to the advancements in technology, decarbonization, decentralization, and digitalization, which are transforming the logistics landscape.The e+ Solutions (ePlus) services, were established five years ago and offer a comprehensive e-commerce logistics package: from dedicated storage space for the entrepreneurs’ products, to order processing and fulfilment services, including final delivery to customers.Many of those entrepreneurs are start-up businesses with limited resources and are looking for cost effective behind-the-scenes assistance with order fulfilment, plus associated logistics and administration operations.

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James Graham

James Graham is an award-winning transport media journalist with a long background in the commercial freight sector, including commercial aviation and the aviation supply chain. He was the initial Air Cargo Week journalist and retuned later for a stint as editor. He continues his association as editor of the monthly supplements. He has reported for the newspaper from global locations as well as the UK.

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