Seko Logistics moves swiftly along acquisition trail with two strategic buys

January 4, 2019 Alexander Whiteman

Acquisitive Seko Logistics says it is “ready to talk” to more potential partners, after announcing it had bought customs brokerage and compliance consultancy GoodShip International.
By acquiring Chicago-headquartered GoodShip, which caters to both air and ocean clients on transpacific eastbound cargo, Seko is continuing the expansion plan it announced last year.
And Seko chief executive James Gagne described Goodship as the “perfect example” of the business it had in mind.
He said: “2018 ...

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