BUFFALO, N.Y., June 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Christopher Alf (Chris Alf), Chairman of National Air Cargo Group, announced today that National Air Cargo (NAC) has registered a "Yuhan Hoesa" company in Seoul, South Korea in order to continue the company's Asia expansion. Similar to a limited liability company (LLC), the new entity is part of an overall strategic plan to enhance growth and develop new business opportunities in developing marketplaces.
"Our official presence in South Korea is an exciting development that demonstrates the company's resolve to continue to invest in key markets," stated Chris Alf. "Further, our new entity gives us a platform to expand our support of both commercial and government entities throughout the region."
South Korea is also a major player in the commercial export area, and a strong center of manufacturing and exports to the United States. The company's presence there allows for a stronger U.S. corporate presence in South Korea, along with a stronger South Korean presence in the United States.
"Historically, U.S. and South Korea relations have been very good and are expected to become even stronger," stated Alan White, regional director for the Pacific Rim at National Air Cargo. "This expansion positions NAC to support that growth for our current customers and potential clients."
Currently, the company is supporting American bases in Korea, which house approximately 28,000 forces. NAC also recently formed a dedicated sales team for Asia and added toll free numbers in the area.
About National Air Cargo
Founded by Christopher Alf in 1991, National Air Cargo has provided high quality and efficient freight forwarding services for many military and industrial customers. The company offers airlift operations with appropriate aircraft with payload options ranging from four tons to 250 tons to countries throughout the world. For more information please visit www.nationalaircargo.com.
SOURCE National Air Cargo