SINGAPORE – October 10, 2017 – Leading global logistics solutions provider Goodpack Ptd. Ltd. has enhanced its global footprint through the opening of three new offices in Helsinki, Finland; Haute-Savoie, France; and Houston, Texas USA. The new offices add to Goodpack’s presence in more than 20 locations across 6 continents and strengthen the Company’s ability to service customers across the globe.
Goodpack’s newly appointed CEO Eric Gregoire said, “Goodpack is the world’s largest provider of reusable, intelligent metal containers. Our goal is to continuously broaden our network and enhance our offerings to become a provider of sustainable logistics solutions to more customers worldwide. Goodpack’s container solutions create value through lower supply chain costs and waste, as well as higher storage efficiency. Our three new offices will deepen our regional capabilities and allow us to better tailor Goodpack’s solutions to local markets.”
Goodpack’s new regional offices will reinforce the Company’s operational and commercial focus on the users of its metal containers across the supply chain spectrum.
Goodpack’s office in Helsinki will support the Company’s business in markets across the Nordic counties. It will be led by Sara Leclerc, newly appointed General Counsel and Regional President.
Goodpack’s office in the Geneva area, led by Etienne Savin, newly appointed France country manager, will enhance the Company’s offerings in the mature markets in Western Europe.
In Houston, Goodpack will focus on supporting the expansive chemical industries in the U.S., especially the core synthetic rubber sector. Some of the Company’s employees based in Aurora, Illinois, will become part of Goodpack’s Houston office.
For more information on Goodpack’s container solutions and regional contact information, please visit www.goodpack.com
Founded in 1980 and listed on the Main Board of the SGX-ST in 2000, Goodpack is the world's largest provider of multi-modal, reusable metal box systems known as intermediate bulk containers (IBC). With a fleet of 3.5 million IBCs spread across over 5,000 delivery and collection points worldwide, Goodpack is committed to growing partnerships by providing sustainable, reliable and cost-effective packing solutions to global customers in the rubber, chemical, automotive and food processing sectors. Goodpack containers are currently used in more than 70 countries; they can be hired locally and dehired globally through a dedicated customer management system with RFID online tracking and local customer support.