Wiseway Group will begin on the ground operations in the United States starting from next month.
A new company branch in Los Angeles will meet growing customer demand for Trans-Pacific integrated logistics services.
The Australian company has completed the registration process and will operate a lean model from its California base for its in-country operations.
Roger Tong, Wiseway Chief Executive Officer, says the move is based off growing demand for Trans-Pacific logistics services.
“Establishing our local capabilities through our US branch will help meet the growing demand from our existing customers while opening new opportunities for revenue synergies and partnerships across Wiseway’s global network,” Roger says.
Los Angeles is a strategic hub in Australia’s Trans-Pacific trade, being the largest inbound and outbound freight destination in North America according to The Bureau of the Infrastructure, Transport, and Regional Economics.
The new US route expands Wiseway’s global network which spans across Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific.
“We have a strong track record in successfully growing our business across borders in new and complementary markets,” Roger says. “Our experience in global operations and our strong balance sheet will ensure a smooth execution of this opportunity and create long-term value for our customers and shareholders.”