SOURCE: Supply Chain

Supply Chain Magazine

November 22, 2010 15:01 ET

Kuehne + Nagel Leads the Global Freight Forwarding Industry by Expanding Technology and Business Developments in the November Issue of Supply Chain Digital

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - November 22, 2010) - In an article in Supply Chain Digital, Jens Pohlmann, Managing Director of Kuehne + Nagel, offers an insight into the inner workings of their leading logistic provider services.

The company operates at 900 locations in over 100 countries and is one of the world's leading logistics providers. Its more than 55,000 employees are skilled in every aspect of worldwide transport by sea, air and overland, and in providing high-value, integrated logistics services.

"What differentiates our company among others goes far beyond our global network," he says. "We also promote our customer-oriented business strategy, comprehensive portfolio of products and services, advanced IT that facilitates supply chain visibility, our adherence to globally standardized Quality Safety Health and Environment (QSHE) guidelines, and the innovation and entrepreneurial spirit instilled in our corporate culture."

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Supply Chain Digital is a leading digital media source of news and content for C-level executives focused on business and industry-specific issues such as: Logistics and Distribution; Procurement; Warehousing and Storage; and Outsourcing. Through its digital magazine, online website, daily news and weekly e-newsletter, Supply Chain Digital helps executives stay up-to-date with the most fundamental operational issues in this demanding and ever more competitive global business sector.

Supply Chain Digital is headquartered in San Diego, California, with additional offices in Boston, Toronto, Mumbai, and Norwich, England. For more information, contact 1-760-827-7800 or visit

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