Kintetsu World Express

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Kintetsu World Express, Inc.(KWE)
株式会社近鉄エクスプレス
Public
Traded as TYO: 9375
Industry Logistics
Headquarters Shinagawa Intercity Tower A, Kōnan, Minato, Tokyo, Japan
Key people
Satoshi Ishizaki
(President and CEO)
Products Domestic and foreign airfreight forwarding business
Revenue Increase ¥267,688 million (FY ended March 2011)
Increase ¥11,898 million (FY ended March 2011)
Increase ¥7,880 million (FY ended March 2011)
Number of employees
9,322 (consolidated)
Website www.kwe.com (Global Site)

Kintetsu World Express, Inc. (株式会社近鉄エクスプレス Kabushiki-gaisha Kintetsu express?), or KWE, is a major Japanese airfreight forwarding company.

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  • Founded in 1910 as the Osaka Electric Railway Company, Serving the Thirty-kilometer Route Between Osaka and Nara, Kintetsu Corporation Has Grown Into the Largest Private Railway Company in Japan
  • Annual Passengers: 600million
  • Today, the Kintetsu Group Consists of Over 130 Affiliated Companies, With Products and Services across the world
  • Total Revenues Exceed USD $17.5 Billion, Over 50,000 Persons Employed Worldwide