Employees Making a Difference

We are coming to the end of our employee-driven Giving Tuesday charity drive and we are happy to share that Worldwide Logistics Group made contributions to 31 charities this year. Organizations were suggested by our global team and included a wide variety of non-profits. From the American Cancer Society supporting cancer victims and cancer research … Continued

New Malaysia Branch Completes 2022 Expansion

As the year ends, the expansion of the Worldwide Logistics Group network continues with the opening of Worldwide Logistics Group – Malaysia. The Malaysia office is strategically located in Selangor next to KESAS Highway which directly links to both Port Kelang Seaport and Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). An estimated 11,000 ships arrive in Port … Continued

Expansion in Asia Continues: Thailand Branch Opens

Worldwide Logistics Group continues its expansion into Asia and announces the opening of Worldwide Logistics Group – Thailand. The Thailand office is strategically located in Bangkok near the Suvarnabhumi Airport and Laem Chabang Seaport. It marks the company’s 10th office in Asia, the 38th branch worldwide and the 12th new branch opening this year. Worldwide … Continued

Expansion in the EU: New Branch in Düsseldorf, Germany

Worldwide Logistics Group, an integrated logistics provider, announced the opening of a branch office in Düsseldorf, its second office in Germany. Located in the heart of Europe, Germany’s central geographic positioning makes it an optimal location for foreign shippers to successfully enter European markets. With an office already located in Stuttgart, Germany, expanding to Düsseldorf … Continued

Worldwide Logistics Expansion Continues: New Detroit Branch Opens

Worldwide Logistics Group, an integrated logistics provider, announces the opening of a new branch office in Detroit, Michigan. The announcement follows the recent opening of new branches in Cambodia, Taiwan and the Philippines earlier this month. The Detroit office marks the 10th US office and the 36th globally, with plans to open two more offices … Continued

Expansion Continues – New Branch Opens in Cambodia

Worldwide Logistics Group continues to expand its footprint in Asia and announces the opening of Worldwide Logistics Group – Cambodia. The Cambodia branch opening coincides with the fifth anniversary of its sister branch, Worldwide Logistics Group – Vietnam. The Cambodia office is in the heart of Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s capital and hub for supply chain … Continued

Tropical Storm Conditions in South Florida Due to Hurricane Ian

Worldwide Logistics Group is closely watching Hurricane Ian, now a Category 3 hurricane which could potentially strengthen to a Category 4 storm Tuesday evening. Miami-Dade County, where the Worldwide Logistics Group warehouse is located, is not in the direct path, but a tropical storm watch is in effect for both Miami-Dade and Broward counties. The … Continued

Growth in Asia, New Branch Opens in the Philippines

As part of Worldwide Logistics Group’s growth strategy in Asia, the company announces the latest addition to its expanded global reach…Worldwide Logistics Group – Philippines. The Philippines office is in the heart of Bonifacio Global City, Manila’s financial district. Besides providing traditional commercial freight forwarding services, the Manila office will handle back-office work to support … Continued

US Rail Strike Averted, Tentative Labor Deal Reached

A tentative agreement between US freight railroads and unions to avert the disruption in the US supply chain was announced this morning. The labor deal is not final until workers vote on it, but it’s a relief after a week of news warning about a potentially crippling blow to the economy. Tens of thousands of … Continued

US Rail Strike Threatens Supply Chain, Potential Disruptions Expected

The nation’s railroad workers are poised for a possible strike affecting 90,000 union workers. A strike could bring nearly 30% of the nation’s freight to a halt. The railroads have already begun to reduce service this week. The dispute is over the rules controlling worker scheduling. Engineers and conductors who make up the two-person crews … Continued