OOCL's New Milestone At Westports
Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) of Hong Kong, which plys regularly to Port Klang, says its Malaysian operations will see continued growth for 2008 while anticipating a difficult period next year.
"We will continue to see some growth in Port Klang for 2008. Looking at the current worldwide situation, it would be a big task for us to sustain this growth in 2009 as we see uncertainties in the global markets," said OOCL (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd Managing Director, Richard Hew. However, with our focus on reducing the cost of operations and to achieve increase in efficiencies, we look forward positively," he said.
Hew said this after opening OOCLs new office at Westports Business Centre Sunday. Besides being seamless operations, the new office is also to reduce costs and improve efficiencies based on its growing strategic alliance with Westports and the partners in the supply chain where the Customs office and the other OGAs are also situated.
It makes it a one-stop scenario for the supply chain and logistics operators benefitting the end customers eventually.
"Setting up an OOCL office in Westports is consistent with our policy of having own offices in key markets which ensures our customers fully benefit from our services."
"We have an excellent working relationship with Westports and we appreciate their professionalism in having developed OOCLs position in the Malaysian market," said Hew.
OOCL is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hong Kong Stock Exchange-listed Orient Overseas (International) Ltd.
Headquartered in Hong Kong, OOCL is one of the world's leading container transport and logistics service providers, with more than 280 offices in 58 countries.