Globe Express Services looks to tap Chinese growth

Globe Express Services’ global C-level executives and commercial team officials tackle growth strategies during meeting in China.
Mustapha Kawam, president and CEO, Globe Express Services.
Mustapha Kawam, president and CEO, Globe Express Services.


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Globe Express Services’ international C-level executives and high-ranking members of its Asia commercial team recently descended on Shenzhen, China for a three-day meeting to further cement the company’s position in the delivery of supply chain solutions.

Held at the JW Marriott, the meeting revolved around communication and business development strategies for regions where GES is operating. These strategies aim to internally and externally promote the company’s mission of supporting global trade as the key driver of prosperity through delivery of unique logistics services.

A total of 18 C-level executives from GES’ global offices attended the meeting. They reviewed the organization’s robust performance in 2017; current and future comprehensive expansion approaches in certain key locations; and growth and success stories achieved in 2017.

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The company also announced that it is planning to establish its presence in two new strategic global markets, the details of which will be disclosed soon.

 “The meeting helped align the 2018 strategies of the organization’s business units, support functions, and external partners with its broad enterprise plan,” said Mustapha Kawam, president and CEO, Globe Express Services. “It served as an opportunity as well for all of us to discuss major initiatives, integrate strategic priorities with other support functions, and look into the progress of our planning and budgeting efforts.”

Other discussed topics included advanced technologies impacting the supply chain industry and GES’s efforts to keep pace with the same, as well as human capital skill development and talent acquisition and empowerment.

GES also took the opportunity to formally unveil its latest train service offering between China and Europe.