Mountain Lakes, NJ – March 30, 2012 — Flash Global Logistics (Flash), the leader in single source innovative global supply chain solutions for mission-critical parts and products, has announced that Mr. Jae. H. Lee has been appointed the new Director for APAC, to support their continued growth in that region.
Lee, based in Singapore, will manage the Asia Pacific region excluding Australia, New Zealand and Japan.
After having spent the early part of his career in the financial sector, Jae worked with Cisco Systems, where he concentrated on logistics processes, inventory management and reverse logistics.
Joining DHL as a Director of Global Customer Solutions, Lee took charge of growing his customers’ business in Transportation, Logistics and After Sales services, working closely with operations, focusing on continuous improvement of customer satisfaction.
In 2010, Lee joined YCH as the General Manager Asia Pacific, where he was recruited to develop existing hi-tech customers, automotive vertical markets and provide his expertise in global account management methodologies and new business penetration. Lee became Project Leader for all strategic customer implementations, with primary focus in China and India, as well as Korea, Oceania, and South East Asia.
"As Flash continues to expand our footprint globally,” says Flash President and CEO Jim van Leenen, "our organization needs talented professional leaders with the proper experience in the right role to support the growth of our clients. Jae brings a unique background that dovetails with the Flash differentiators: A global mindset, plus customer-focused solution engineering.”
Van Leenen continues, “In today’s competitive marketplace, customer demands are becoming increasingly sophisticated. Jae’s leadership role will further ensure that Flash’s operational processes and procedures are enhanced to keep pace with these demands, including timely design and implementation of system and process improvements that are scalable, flexible, yet consistent and reliable.”
“We are honored to have Jae join our team. His experience in developing business solutions will show the value Flash provides to our clients around the world. His expertise further enhances our leadership position in the Asia Pacific region.”
Lee has a Bachelor of Business degree, with a concentration in banking & finance from the University Technology Sydney as well as an Advanced Certificate in Supply Chain Management from the National University of Singapore.
About Flash Global Logistics
For nearly 30 years, Flash Global Logistics (FGL) has provided supply chain solutions, mission critical inventory management and 2 and 4-hour deliveries for clients worldwide. Flash provides total aftermarket single source complex supply chain solutions for service parts and products globally, specializing in emerging markets and flexible distribution and inventory solutions.
Headquartered in the US and also incorporated in Germany and Brazil, Flash has operations in over 80 countries. ISO 9001:2008 certified, Flash continuously demonstrates their commitment to the quality process, policies and procedures while conducting business internationally.
Flash’s services span over 700 FSL’s, 18 multi-client DC’s in North America, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific, five global command centers (New Jersey, Mexico City, São Paulo, Tokyo and Amsterdam), and in-country management and importer of record services.
Flash provides clients with strategic deployment and positioning, rapid delivery, management and tracking of mission critical service parts and components, focusing on servicing emerging markets, with extensive operations in Brazil, customized distribution solutions, reduction of outstanding inventory, reverse logistics management programs, and assisting clients with new market entry, all supported by FLASHTRAC®, their state-of-the-art customizable IT application. Flash supports clients in computer data storage and networking, security, telecom, high tech communications, healthcare and diagnostic equipment, automation & semiconductor, printing and imaging, as well as many other markets.