United Parcel Service (UPS) recently celebrated the opening of a new $1.5 million USD logistics centre in Nankan, Taiwan.
Known as NK2, the 145,000 square-foot facility provides services for both bonded and non-bonded carriers with a total of over 3,800 pallet positions and 3,000 shelving locations, increasing UPS’ total storage capacity in Taiwan by more than 30 per cent.
Located near Taoyuan International Airport which, through UPS' smart logistics network, connects Taiwan to more than 220 countries and territories across the world in as little as one business day, NK2 is strategically positioned to boost connectivity and competitive advantage for companies in the area’s well-established high-tech sector.
“Taiwan’s high-tech industry is globally renowned and a key driver for the local economy,” said Sebastian Chan, UPS Asia Pacific President for Global Freight Forwarding and Global Logistics and Distribution.
“This new UPS facility allows businesses in the sector more opportunities to grow further by offering streamlined operations, increased efficiency and more convenient access to Taiwan’s busiest cargo airport and UPS’s extensive global network beyond.”
Since beginning operations in Taiwan in 1988, UPS has been committed to facilitating cross-border trade for Taiwanese business owners with a range of products and solutions that provide better access to the global marketplace.