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Scan Global Logistics expands in Australia 

Effective July 2, 2018, Scan Global Logistics Australia acquired the Australia-based freight forwarder Kestrel Freight & Customs, writes Erin Bossick. 



 

Scan Global Logistics said that the acquisition provides it with a more comprehensive logistics network that will enable it to establish a stronger position and better serve its customers in the Australian market. 

“I am convinced that Kestrel is a perfect fit to SGL Australia with its complementary business model and customer-centric approach. Kestrel has demonstrated impressive growth in its core activities and the acquisition will provide us with a wider network and strengthen our services in the Australian market” says Raymond Thomas Street, managing director of SGL Australia. 

Kestrel is a full-service freight forwarder that provides logistic support to projects in industries such as mining, construction, oil and gas, and telecommunications. 

“Our companies have worked together frequently in the past and we hold similar values and philosophies on providing our services and developing relationships” said Geoff Butcher, managing director in Kestrel. 

www.scangl.com

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