Jersey Post invests in Hong Kong’s A2B

Jersey Post invests in Hong Kong’s A2B

Jersey Post Group has invested in Hong Kong-based business A2B Limited. Based in Kowloon Bay, A2B specialises in postal and fulfilment services for Hong Kong and China based e-commerce traders and mail consolidators.

A2B also offer warehousing, worldwide express courier services, and customs clearance for shipments destined for Greater China and countries worldwide.

The investment in A2B is the latest in Jersey Post’s strategy of looking for opportunities beyond its local market. Earlier this year, Jersey Post invested in the Miami-based Global eParcel Solutions (GePS), and more recently it partnered with the Estonian company Freselle Logistics to reach out to the rapidly expanding Baltic markets.

Tim Brown, Chief Executive at Jersey Post, commented: “Our international strategy is to ensure the long-term revenue growth and stability for Jersey Post, through providing a complete global solution for customers based overseas, but also for those based locally who can equally benefit from our extended network and market reach. The investment in A2B provides us with a culturally aligned presence in the Greater China area, and represents an exciting opportunity for both Jersey Post, and its partners to gain even greater access to the lucrative Hong Kong and Chinese markets.”

A2B owners Daisy and Gina Luk added: “We’re hugely excited to be working with Jersey Post and their global partners. The collaboration is a significant step forward for A2B as we continue to help ecommerce sellers of all sizes grow, and achieve fast delivery of their products to their overseas customers.”

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