STL opens Hong Kong office

One of the CIS’ and Central Asia’sfastest growing freight forwarding and logistics service companies, STL, hasopened a new office in Hong Kong toexpand its presence in the industrialSouth China region."Strategically South China is a veryimportant office for STL as demand isgrowing in Central Asia and the CIS formanufactured goods and raw materials,"said Erlan Dikhanbayev, managingdirector […]


One of the CIS’ and Central Asia’sfastest growing freight forwarding and logistics service companies, STL, hasopened a new office in Hong Kong toexpand its presence in the industrialSouth China region."Strategically South China is a veryimportant office for STL as demand isgrowing in Central Asia and the CIS formanufactured goods and raw materials,"said Erlan Dikhanbayev, managingdirector of STL.

"Hong Kong is one of the world’s biggest cargo hubs with excellent sea and air connections and we will see our business growing significantly in thecoming years."

"We are very pleased to announce the appointment of Alan Kan, Director of STL Logistics Hong Kong Ltd., who has more than 30 years experience in freight forwarding and logistics in Asia and Australasia,"he added.

"There is demand in Hong Kong and South China for freight forwarding services to and from Central Asia and the CIS. We are also aiming to develop the Australia and New Zealand markets in 2008. We expect to begin recruiting additional staff as our business grows"said Kan.

STL has grown rapidly during the last 12 months opening offices in Singapore, India, Iran and Dubai as trading booms with the resource rich CIS and Central Asia region.

Central Asia and Russia are rich in natural resources such as oil, gas and minerals and has modern heavy industries such as steel plants. As the economies grow in the region demand for imported goods and materials is increasing.