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G4S International Logistics and Sequel Logistics, India Announce a Strategic Alliance to Serve the Diamond & Jewellery Sector in India

LONDON -- (Marketwired) -- 07/24/13 -- G4S International Logistics (G4Si), the world's leading provider of insured and secured shipping solutions, and Sequel Logistics, India (Sequel), the leading secured solutions provider in India with the largest domestic network, have joined hands to provide a superior service for international shipments for the diamonds & jewellery sector.

"We understand that time is money for our clients and as a division of the world's largest secure solutions provider, G4Si is focused on providing nothing less than seamless service and expertise. When forming a strategic alliance in India, our aim was to find an in-country secure logistics provider with the infrastructure and sophistication to support this level of service. Sequel has the most advanced technology platform in the Indian logistics industry. Their Command Centre is high-tech, 24/7 and monitors all hubs, vehicles and shipments in real time. This makes for the kind of accurate tracking and monitoring our customers have come to expect from us," John Nelson, Managing Director, G4S International Logisitcs

"At Sequel we believe in a Customer First approach. We always go the extra mile to give a customised solution specific to each customer's requirements. We are constantly challenging the status quo to ensure that customers get the best service available. An alliance with G4S International Logistics is a natural progression in this direction, providing the Diamond & Jewellery sector with an unparalleled quality of service and an impeccable reputation and track record," Sharad Jobanputra, Chairman & Managing Director, Sequel Logistics.

About G4S International Logistics
As the logistics arm of G4S (LSE: GFS), the world's largest secure solutions provider, G4S International Logistics (G4Si), has offices in the major diamond and jewellery trading centers around the world, with a network in 110+ countries, transporting high-value merchandise to and from just about anywhere in the world. As an innovator with decades of experience in global and domestic secure transport, G4Si services minimise risk while maximising transport efficiencies. Banks, financial institutions, governments, mines, diamond cutters, jewellery manufacturers and retailers worldwide rely on G4Si to protect their commercial and reputational risk while optimising their business operations.

About Sequel Logistics, India
Sequel Logistics has the largest and the most secured network in India. Sequel has its hubs in 33 key locations across India, servicing 210 major cities and towns. Sequel provides a full range of services including express services, trade shows, customs clearance, vaulting and e-commerce. Sequel does not outsource or sub-contract, seeing the entire network directly handled and managed by its own certified and background-verified staff. There are no franchisees or associates involved in any of its operations. Sequel also offers India's best customer support and information update. Every shipment is remotely monitored throughout its journey through Sequel's Central Command Centre. Information about the shipment's journey is sent through updates on milestone based email and SMS notifications to the clients.

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Press Contact - India
Kamana Jobanputra
Sequel Logistics Pvt. Ltd.
Victoria Annex
No.314/6, Patel Rama Reddy Road
7th cross Domlur Layout
Bangalore, 560071
PHONE: +919663055599
TOLL FREE: 1-800-102-5505
EMAIL: Email Contact
WEBSITE: www.sequel.co.in

Press Contact - London
Angela Jenkins
G4S International Logistics, (UK), Inc.
11th Floor, Princess House
Thames Tower 1
Suffolk Lane
London, EC4R 0AX
PHONE: +44 208 933 9220
FAX: +44 (0) 207 283 9258
EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE: www.g4si.com

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