Yusen Logistics Participates in Oishii Japanese Food Trade Show

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Follow @SamJermy and @SupplyChainD on Twitter.Yusen Logistics will exhibit as a freight forwarder for the first time at Oishii Japan 2014, ASEAN's l...

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Yusen Logistics will exhibit as a freight forwarder for the first time at Oishii Japan 2014, ASEAN's largest comprehensive Japanese food trade show to be held in Singapore between 16 and 18 October this year.

Yusen Logistics will exhibit various services that support food transport at its booth. In addition, the company will dedicate a portion of its booth to exhibitors looking to meet potential customers. Santetsu, MATUMAEYA and DAISHO will exhibit products and provide taste tests at the Yusen Logistics booth for the opportunity to negotiate with ASEAN buyers and expand their sales channels to other countries.

Customer matching is a new business model for Yusen Logistics. The company aims to create export business by utilising its logistics experience and global network and food transport expertise to uncover latent demand from food-related companies with no export experience.

Under the Yusen Logistics group’s medium-term business plan, “GO FORWARD, Yusen Logistics- Next Challenges” the food segment is one of the top priority for expanded sales growth. Yusen Logistics will continue to employ its logistics services towards the exchange and development of global food cultures as it strives to contribute to the realization of an enriched society.

The third edition of Oishii Japan, is ASEAN’s largest dedicated Japanese food and beverage (F&B) showcase. The three-day event is an all-encompassing showcase of food, drinks and related equipment and machinery from all over Japan. The show caters to F&B professionals, chefs, restaurateurs, hoteliers, importers and distributors, retailers as well as new business owners and investors in the food business.

For more information of Yusen’s food and drinks logistics services, visit: http://www.jp.yusen-logistics.com/eng/news/2014/news_20141006.html and for further details on the Oishii Japan 2014, please visit: http://www.oishii-world.com/

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