“Kerry Express” wins “business product of the year awards 2022”

“Kerry Express” wins “business product of the year awards 2022”

for transportation & logistics for 3rd consecutive year

Kerry Express (Thailand) Public Company Limited, the country’s leading express delivery provider, won “BUSINESS+ PRODUCT OF THE YEAR AWARDS 2022” in the Transportation & Logistics category for the third consecutive year. The awards are adjudicated by honourable judges in research and analysis coupled with consumer votes. They are hosted by Business+ Magazine in collaboration with College of Management (CMMU) Mahidol University which specialises in market research to screen top-of-mind mind products and services among consumers nationwide.

Mr. Prapat Siangjan, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Kerry Express (Thailand) Public Company Limited, stated: “The award reaffirms our success in committing to infinite service development in innovation, operational mechanisms and technology to increase capacity in customer service to achieve the best package delivery services.”

The company’s new services designed to answer customers’ needs include: KERRY COOL, express delivery for cold and frozen products; KERRY XL, large-sized product delivery, and; KERRY CLUB programme, the company’s membership loyalty programme launched to provide worthwhile privileges for both senders and receivers.

“What makes Kerry Express (Thailand) PCL no. 1 with customers is its commitment to service development, coupled with stability and sustainability,” concluded Mr. Prapat.

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