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Noatum Logistics expands in Indonesia

Spain-based Noatum Logistics, part of Noatum Maritime, has acquired PT JCL Indonesia, with offices in Jakarta, Surabaya, Semarang, Bandung and Yogyakarta


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With this purchase, Noatum Maritime Group now has a direct presence in 35 locations in Asia, of which 15 are located in Greater China. The expansion in Asia is expected to boost traffic between the regions where Noatum Logistics is present - Asia, North Europe, West Med, East Med, North America and South America.

Antonio Campoy, CEO of Noatum Maritime, said: "The acquisition of PT JCL Indonesia is in line with our plan for strategic growth. We are a powerful group in Asia, and having a direct presence in Indonesia will enable us to strengthen our business on international trade routes in south-east Asia, both within Asia and with our other regions. We also have the enormous satisfaction of seeing how the Noatum family is continuing to grow."

Rafael Torres, CEO of Noatum Logistics, said: "Providing this geographical coverage -says further increases our global footprint in the logistics industry, providing seamless supply chain solutions and bringing us closer to our customers worldwide."

Marco Gaeta, Managing Director of Noatum Logistics in Asia,said: “Asia continues to be a growth market for us. Indonesia is a key country in our growth strategy and we are extremely pleased with this acquisition, that also provides us with a specialised local team.

 

"We will implant our logistics model, supply chain, projects and e-commerce solutions in Indonesia. JCL Indonesia provides us with a great platform and we are excited to build on top of the existing local footprint and infrastructure."

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