Celebrating 50 years: How FAST Logistics Group grew from Cebu roots to nationwide reach
From its beginnings in Cebu in the 1970s, FAST Logistics Group has grown to become a leader in solutions and innovation in logistics and selling distribution. Covering 94% of Philippine provinces, represented by a 13,000-strong organization spread out nationwide, supported by the most extensive transport fleet, the largest warehouse footprint, and the widest distribution network of more than 100,000 stores.
At the heart of its success lies its homegrown pride – as a company deeply rooted in Cebu, a province known for its entrepreneurial spirit and vibrant community, FAST remains connected to its roots, which fuels its drive for innovation and collaboration.
FAST has also brought industry leaders together in the past by awarding their first-ever Achievement in Collaboration for Innovation and Solutions Award, or AXIS Award, to its principal clients such as Nestlé and Kenvue (formerly known as Johnson & Johnson). The AXIS Award, an embodiment of the company’s core values, was designed to acknowledge excellence in collaboration and innovation with its partners.
Additionally, the company also extends its innovative solutions to driving environmental change in the logistics industry through its Green by FAST initiatives, which seek to prioritize sustainability and eco-friendly practices that can safeguard a future-fit supply chain.
With the ever-changing landscape, the need for efficient solutions has never been more pressing. Recognizing this, FAST has consistently been at the forefront of emerging technologies and innovative practices in end-to-end logistics and supply chains. By doing so, the company has successfully carved a niche for itself in the highly competitive Philippine logistics industry.
According to FAST Group CEO William Chiongbian, “This is part of the aspiration to digitize end-to-end logistics – a development that will be a win-win for the industry and the country.”
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