Jaguar Freight Services Ltd. will open an office at Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) in Paris, France in September. The company provides door-to-door freight services, including customs clearance, storage and distribution facilities. Its real-time, online information-tracking system, known as CyberTrax, keeps customers fully apprised of shipment status all along the supply chain. Simon Kaye, founder and chief executive officer of Jaguar, said the company expects its French and European business to grow with the establishment of the new office. Serving as managing director of the Paris office will be Philippe Delorme, a 25-year veteran of the freight-forwarding business. He was previously with Air Logistic and Frans Maas.
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