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PRESS RELEASE
September the 22nd, 2011

Beweship Oy Ab: New partnership for the Asia-Finland and Baltic States trade lane

Oy Beweship Ab and APC Asia Pacific Cargo Ltd. have agreed to commence a cooperation. The cooperation will commence no later than October 3rd 2011.

Oy Beweship Ab will represent APC Asia Pacific Cargo Ltd. in Finland and the Baltic States. APC Asia Pacific Cargo Ltd will represent Beweship in China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.

"We are very pleased at starting a cooperation with Beweship, being a very reputed, and still independent, Finnish logistics company. With our own strong presence in Asia and focus on the Nordic region, we believe this to be a perfect marriage" says the Chairman at APC Asia Pacific Cargo Ltd., Mr. Bengt Sjöberg.

"China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam are important and growing trading partners of Finland and Baltic countries, and therefore also important traffic regions for Beweship and our clients. We are very pleased with the agreement we have concluded. We now have a partner who has the same focus as we have, that is service, growth and profitability," says the CEO at Oy Beweship Ab, Mr. Isto Kiviniemi.

Oy Beweship Ab is a privately owned Finnish forwarding and transport company, founded in 1957. In 2011 the expected turnover is euro 55 Mio. In addition to its head office in Vantaa, Beweship has offices in Tampere, Turku, Vaasa, Oulu, Hamina and Vaalimaa. Outside Finland, Beweship has daughter companies in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Hungary and Romania.

APC Asia Pacific Cargo Ltd. has a strong position in China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam, and the company is looking forward to a turnover in 2011 of USD 180 Mio.

Further information:
APC Asia Pacific Cargo Ltd.
Bengt Sjöberg, Chairman
bengt.sjoberg@apchk.com.hk
Oy BEWESHIP Ab
Isto Kiviniemi
CEO
isto.kiviniemi@beweship.com

www.beweship.com


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