French firm to explore business opportunities in Pakistan

December 4, 2013 Off By Web Desk

KARACHI: Mathieu Renard Biron, Vice President of the Asia Pacific region of one of the world’s largest freight management companies, Geodis Wilson, will be visiting Pakistan next week to explore the business opportunities and enhance the company’s participation in logistic sector.

Vice President Asia Pacific region will be meeting Prime minister, key officials in the government, business leaders, and other French companies operating in the country to seek opportunities to expand its operation in the country through its exclusive partner, e2e.

In 2012 e2e achieved the title of becoming the fastest growing company in Pakistan by Harvard based AllWorld Network with a revenue growth of 1,918% during 2008 – 2010 period and in just 7 years it has flourished as a group and earned the respect of businesses as the only “Supply Chain” conglomerate of Pakistan.

Geodis Wilson belongs to Geodis group which is owned by French rail and Freight group SNCF and is generating revenues of 2.64 billion € with presence in 150 countries having clients such as Volvo, Hyundai, Nestle, Tetra Pak and Astra Zeneca.