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Logistics Insight Asia: Flash Global Logistics adds 66 locations in China to Global Network - Industry News, June 2009

Pine Brook, NJ, June 12, 2009 - Flash Global Logistics, Inc., leading global critical logistics solutions provider, adds 66 locations to its network in China enhancing existing distribution, customs clearance and Importer or Record (IOR) capabilities.  Flash leads the industry as an emerging market provider partner, developing solutions for clients in challenging markets that hold opportunities for global growth, including BRIC countries - Brazil, Russia, India and China.  Under the guidance of Philippe Jadoul, VP International, Flash provides rapid deployment and setup for import/export of critical parts and products, evaluation of in-country requirements, documentation and streamlining, minimization of customs clearance times, VAT deferment management and bonded warranty warehouses where necessary.

Philippe Jadoul is the Vice President International of Flash GMBH headquartered in Wiesbaden, Germany. Philippe has worked across Europe in the logistics field for over 20 years, providing critical spare parts logistics solutions for Flash customers for over 10 years. As VP International, he coordinates global mission critical logistics services for Flash in Latin America, Asia Pacific, Japan, and EMEA.  Philippe is fluent in English, German, French and Dutch, is a Belgian national and spent several years in the Belgian Army. Philippe's team of Regional Directors provide in-country, local market expertise necessary for clients as they expand and support their customers' service requirements with aggressive 90 minute, 2 and 4 hour service level agreements for maximum uptime and business continuity worldwide. 

As manufacturers and companies that support them grow, sell and install their equipment around the globe, service organizations must meet operational technical and logistics requirements to achieve increasingly demanding service levels.

Online Excerpt:  http://www.logasiamag.com/article-1374-flashgloballogisticsaddslocationsinchinatoglobalnetwork-LogisticsAsia.html

Pine Brook, NJ, June 12, 2009 - Flash Global Logistics, Inc., leading global critical logistics solutions provider, adds 66 locations to its network in China enhancing existing distribution, customs clearance and Importer or Record (IOR) capabilities.  Flash leads the industry as an emerging market provider partner, developing solutions for clients in challenging markets that hold opportunities for global growth, including BRIC countries - Brazil, Russia, India and China.  Under the guidance of Philippe Jadoul, VP International, Flash provides rapid deployment and setup for import/export of critical parts and products, evaluation of in-country requirements, documentation and streamlining, minimization of customs clearance times, VAT deferment management and bonded warranty warehouses where necessary.

Philippe Jadoul is the Vice President International of Flash GMBH headquartered in Wiesbaden, Germany. Philippe has worked across Europe in the logistics field for over 20 years, providing critical spare parts logistics solutions for Flash customers for over 10 years. As VP International, he coordinates global mission critical logistics services for Flash in Latin America, Asia Pacific, Japan, and EMEA.  Philippe is fluent in English, German, French and Dutch, is a Belgian national and spent several years in the Belgian Army. Philippe's team of Regional Directors provide in-country, local market expertise necessary for clients as they expand and support their customers' service requirements with aggressive 90 minute, 2 and 4 hour service level agreements for maximum uptime and business continuity worldwide. 

As manufacturers and companies that support them grow, sell and install their equipment around the globe, service organizations must meet operational technical and logistics requirements to achieve increasingly demanding service levels.

Online Excerpt:  http://www.logasiamag.com/article-1374-flashgloballogisticsaddslocationsinchinatoglobalnetwork-LogisticsAsia.html