Crane Worldwide & Asia's first carbon neutral development

By Freddie Pierce
This move is in linewith the companys purported global commitment to sustainability. “We are very excited to move to our new Singapore office i...

This move is in line with the company’s purported global commitment to sustainability. 

“We are very excited to move to our new Singapore office in the carbon neutral development,” said John Magee, President and Chief Executive Officer of Crane Worldwide

“We have been providing high touch, high service for our customers in Singapore since we opened in 2008. This office will allow us to not only continue to do that, but also make an impact on the sustainability in Singapore.”

The carbon neutral development is sustainable with green features designed for efficiency in energy and water, with an estimated savings of 620,000 kWh and 2803 respectively. 

Crane Worldwide employs an initiative called Crane Cares, which focuses on three distinct pathways for helping others: Green Worldwide, Give Worldwide and Live Well Worldwide. 

“The Singapore office continues to challenge the norm through the opening of this office. All of Crane Worldwide’s stations are encouraged to find their own way to make the world a better place and the Singapore team has done that through this office,” added Magee.

The office will continue to be led by Paul Westropp, Crane Worldwide’s managing director of Singapore and Malaysia. 

The new Singapore office is centrally located in eastern Singapore with ease of transportation and close proximity to the airport and cargo center. The office is located at 11 Tampines Concourse, Units 01-06 & 07, Singapore 528729. 

About Crane Wordwide

Crane Worldwide Logistics is a relationship-based organization that has a firm belief in the personal touch with its customers.  Crane Worldwide Logistics offers a number of services including Air and Ocean freight forwarding, trucking, customs brokerage, warehousing and logistics as well as supply chain consultancy.

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