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Yusen Inci Lojistik formed following Yusen-Inci merger

Yusen Inci Lojistik formed following Yusen-Inci merger

Yusen Inci Lojistik is to start operations on 1 April following the merger of Yusen Logistics Turkey and Inci Lojistik.

The company has offices in Istanbul, Izmir, Manisa, Bursa and Ankara, with 30,000m2 of warehousing in Izmir and Manisa.

Headquartered in Istanbul, Yusen Inci Lojistik offers a range of contract logistics services in Turkey as well as international forwarding services for both inbound and outbound supply chains through its global network.

Yusen Logistics president, Kenji Mizushima says: ““This merger together with İnci Lojistik is indeed a very important step for Yusen Logistics from our worldwide perspective. Our strengthened presence in Turkey represents an importance step in the next stage of our global strategy.”

Hakan Meric has been appointed Yusen Inci Lojistik managing director, and he says: “Yusen Logistics has chosen Turkey as a centre to grow and strengthen its position as a player in the Regional sector.”

“This merger reinforces our critical mass in the Turkish market and means that we are well placed to better serve our existing customer base, as well as offering attractive solutions to new customers.”

Yusen Logistics Turkey started operations on 1 October 2012 and Inci Lojistik was founded in 1997 to provide domestic and international logistics, supply chain solutions and supply chain consultancy services.


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