Shermans Logistics hosts WIN’s Asia Pacific regional meeting

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Shermans Logistics hosted the annual meeting of “WIN” Asia Pacific Regional Meeting in Colombo last week. The meeting was held over two days at the Cinnamon Grand Hotel from the 16th through 18th June.  Shermans Logistics is the exclusive WIN partner in Sri Lanka.

Worldwide Independent Network (WIN) comprises 73 independent forwarding and logistics companies from all continents fully committed to freight management and the provision of worldwide total supply chain solutions. All members are committed to offer high quality logistics solutions through their worldwide network while adhering to customers’ local requirements.

WIN also seeks to promote and develop business opportunities in the global freight forwarding industry for the mutual benefit of customers and members alike, protecting mutual interests simultaneously.

Shermans Logistics Pvt Ltd., is a reputed and mature Freight & Logistics company geared to provide total logistics solutions and is a member of Esna Holdings Group of Companies.

At Shermans Logistics, a spirit of innovation drives a young and dynamic team of professionals geared to meet all challenges in logistics management.  Drawing on its traditional strengths and a heritage of long established trust, Shermans Logistics has become a force to be reckoned with in International Freight Forwarding & Logistics management — within a short period of time that it was set up in.

For many of the WIN participants this was a first time visit to Sri Lanka. Their hosts arranged for the members to explore Sri Lanka’s many faceted leisure opportunities and multi-pronged cultural history and diversity.  

Shermans Logistics Director of Sales and Marketing Diruni Chanmugam noted that by holding such events in Sri Lanka, the country’s reputation will be further exposed and the message clearly sent that Sri Lanka is ready, willing and able to do business, saying “Our first time visitors enjoyed the diversity that Sri Lanka has to offer as well as the tremendous commercial opportunities.”