Seko Worldwide, a global provider of supply-chain services, has opened new offices in two countries. In South Africa, the company has two new facilities in Johannesburg and Durban, offering customized freight management, supply-chain and customs-clearance services for the entire country. The new operations have been launched by three South African logistics professionals, managing director Richard Mallabone and fellow directors Chandra Booysen and Samantha Bellaram. Seko South Africa offers a full range of logistics services, including air, ocean, brokerage, warehousing and distribution from the two locations, which include a 4,000-square-meter warehouse close to Johannesburg International Airport. Seko also announced the opening of a new office in Germany, with headquarters in Frankfurt and operations in six locations throughout the country. Headquarters of Seko Germany are located six miles from the Frankfurt International Airport, with access to such major European seaports as Rotterdam, Antwerp, Hamburg and Bremerhaven. Seko Germany's major trade zones are Frankfurt to Detroit, Frankfurt to Philadelphia, Hamburg to Hong Kong, Frankfurt to Delhi and Frankfurt to Mexico.
South Africa: http://www.sekoworldwide.com
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