BORDER LINES: Singapore - Grayling picks up DHL account

DHL Worldwide Express has given its Singapore PR account to Grayling Asia. The world’s largest air express network, with links to 85,000 destinations in 228 countries, appointed Grayling after a competitive pitch last month. DHL hopes to cement its local dominance - it has 50 per cent market share in Singapore - and turn Singapore into a regional transport hub. The account will be headed by Grayling director James Acheson-Gray, reporting to DHL’s Asian communications manager Bock Chak Peng.

DHL Worldwide Express has given its Singapore PR account to

Grayling Asia. The world’s largest air express network, with links to

85,000 destinations in 228 countries, appointed Grayling after a

competitive pitch last month. DHL hopes to cement its local dominance -

it has 50 per cent market share in Singapore - and turn Singapore into a

regional transport hub. The account will be headed by Grayling director

James Acheson-Gray, reporting to DHL’s Asian communications manager Bock

Chak Peng.



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