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Black & Decker Awarded Kuehne + Nagel Thailand with New Contract

Kuehne + Nagel in Thailand has recently been awarded a three-year contract by Black & Decker (Thailand) Ltd.

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In the scope of the new agreement, Kuehne + Nagel is responsible for the receipt of inbound shipments, warehousing and national distribution. In addition, a wide range of value-added services, including spares part management, are provided.

To meet the sophisticated logistics requirements of Black & Decker, and in line with its expansion plan, Kuehne + Nagel has taken a new warehousing facility in Bangkok into operation.

“Kuehne + Nagel has the flexibility and resources necessary for accommodating our complex logistics requirements. Black & Decker has gained a valuable partner in enhancing its supply chain and competitive edge in the highly dynamic marketplace in Thailand,” commented Suebpong Panpruet, Vice President Sales Asia of Black & Decker (Thailand) Ltd.

The new shared facility, with an available warehousing space of 4,200 sqm, is conveniently located in close proximity to Bangkok’s seaport and international airport, featuring high-speed linkage with Laem Chabang, Thailand’s largest port located on the country’s eastern seaboard.

“We are delighted to be recognised as the preferred logistics provider for Black & Decker. The new site marks a further step in the expansion of our logistics network in Thailand, enhancing our ability to provide efficient logistics services from a single source,” said Jens Drewes, Managing Director of Kuehne + Nagel Ltd.



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