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San Miguel Yamamura appoints Rohlig Australia as global freight forwarder for its bottling division

10-29-2018 03:14 PM CET | Logistics & Transport

Press release from: Rohlig Logistics

/ PR Agency: WI Communications Ltd
Rohlig warehouse in Sydney

Rohlig warehouse in Sydney

San Miguel Yamamura has engaged Rohlig Australia Pty Limited as sole partner for global freight management services, bottling division, for China and South East Asia trade lanes. The two-year partnership is designed to create the most efficient logistics process with full visibility and integration of the supply chain.

As part of the service, San Miguel Yamamura will be using a custom-built interface and Rohlig’s ‘Real Time’ tracking system which has transformed the shipping process, delivering electronic purchase orders, transparency to shipments and instantaneous reporting.

Rohlig Australia has been working closely with San Miguel Yamamura over the past 12 months and managed many critical and time-sensitive airfreight shipments during this time. As a result, the company has already built a successful and strong relationship as a reliable freight forwarder.
“We are excited to be partnering with San Miguel Yamamura and working with the established leader in the packaging space,” commented Thomas Hansen, Rohlig’s Regional Director, Australia and New Zealand.

“Rohlig Australia has built a strong foundation with dedicated account management services and has established a transparent, automated supply chain solution for San Miguel Yamamura. We look forward to consistently delivering value through this partnership and growing our businesses together.”

About Rohlig Australia
Rohlig Australia is a freight forwarder headquartered in Moorebank, Sydney with national offices located in major Australian cities. Since its inception in 1973, Rohlig has delivered value to customers with tailored logistics solutions to improve supply chain efficiency. The company has a dedicated team of 175 staff nationally who provide comprehensive transportation solutions from procurement right through to delivery. Rohlig Australia serves a wide range of industries including machinery, lighting, mining and FMCG consumables.

About San Miguel Yamamura
San Miguel Yamamura Australasia or SMYA is an established leader in packaging and contract wine filling in Australia and New Zealand.
SMYA started as Cospak Pty Ltd over 40 years ago. Today, the company is a joint venture between two packaging leaders, San Miguel Corporation of the Philippines and Nihon Yamamura Glass of Japan. SMYA is headquartered in Sydney and is present in all the major states across Australia and in Auckland, New Zealand.

Rohlig Australia Pty. Ltd., part of Rohlig Logistics Group
Marketing Communications Manager
Tracey Brown
Sydney Branch
Moorebank Business Park
Unit 1
2 Secombe Place
Moorebank NSW 2170
2170 – Sydney
Tel.: +61 2 8781 8999
tracey.brown@rohlig.com
www.rohlig.com

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