SEKO Logistics bolsters global cross-border eCommerce

SEKO Logistics bolsters global cross-border eCommerce

SEKO Logistics has acquired a majority shareholding in its strategic partner Omni- Channel Logistics to solidify and grow its eCommerce and technology solutions for retailers, pure-play etailers, marketplaces and platforms.

The two companies have enjoyed a highly successful and growing partnership since Managing Director Kai Lincoln and his partners launched Omni-Channel Logistics in Australia in early 2014.

SEKO Logistics created a new integrated eCommerce and logistics division in 2013 with SEKO Omni-Channel Logistics to fast track traditional brick-and-mortar retailers into the global eCommerce market. The four key elements of the SEKO Omni-Channel Logistics offer are Global fulfillment, Global delivery management, Global returns solutions, and eCommerce development and design.

The SEKO Omni-Channel Logistics team under Kai has focused on cross-border eCommerce and global eCommerce returns solutions and has since grown its annual revenues by giving major brands and SMEs fast and easy access to primary eCommerce markets in Hong Kong, the US, UK and Southeast Asia, as well as Australia and New Zealand. Their leading eCommerce expertise has also been fully integrated into SEKO’s global network, facilitating SEKO’s fastest-growing division globally under Kai’s team. By the end of 2017, more than half of SEKO’s global airfreight tonnage consisted of retail goods, with the majority coming from cross-border eCommerce parcels and global parcel returns.

Kai Lincoln, who will continue to lead SEKO Omni-Channel Logistics for cross-border eCommerce and global eCommerce returns, said:

“As a start-up business in 2014, we recognized the importance of having a reputable global brand behind us. SEKO gave us that credibility and the two-way partnership we have enjoyed since has enabled us to become a global eCommerce force with an amazing team of individuals and a technology platform designed and built for scalable cross- border, marketplace and returns solutions.”

Justin Irvine, Commercial Director Asia Pacific for the rapidly-growing division, added: “We have a great partner in SEKO and this acquisition will be instrumental in assisting SEKO Omni-Channel Logistics’ continued growth in key eCommerce markets around the world.”

 

About The Author

Ian Taylor

Ian Taylor is the Editor of Triangle’s Mail & Express Review Magazine and the www.postandparcel.info portal. Ian has been a business journalist for almost 30 years, editing and writing for a wide range of magazines and newspapers with a particular focus on the transport and logistics industries.

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