Jacobson Companies Acquires G-Link Express Logistics

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Jacobson Companies has acquired Singapore-based G-Link Express Logistics. The acquisition allows Jacobson to continue to expand its international platform throughout the Asia Pacific region.

JHCI Holdings, Inc., parent of the Jacobson Companies, a leading third party logistics provider, has acquired substantially all of the assets of G-Link Express Logistics (G-Link), an international freight forwarding group based in Singapore effective August 31, 2011. Jacobson has retained all offices, operations and services of G-Link’s Express Network in Asia.

G-Link is a fast growing and experienced ocean and air freight forwarding group with offices strategically located throughout the Asia Pacific region offering international logistics services including customs clearance, local delivery and transportation, warehousing, and cargo management. The acquisition of G-Link allows Jacobson to supplement its existing offerings in Hong Kong and China, as well as expand its capabilities in Vietnam, Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia. Effective immediately, G-Link Express Logistics will begin doing business as Jacobson Global Logistics.

“Our strategy to develop our international logistics business continues in the Asia Pacific region through this acquisition,” said Brian Lutt, President & CEO of Jacobson Companies. “G-Link has built solid customer relationships based on a foundation of customer service excellence, best-in-class operations and value adding end-to-end solutions. The integration of G-Link into Jacobson Global Logistics will strengthen our Asia operations and add new country locations to support the expanding service requirements of our customers.”

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