UK Company Opens Office in Burma
26 September 2013
Claridon, a logistics company based in Essex, England, has become the first British business to open an office in Burma, according to the website Echo-News.co.uk. The company provides commercial and military logistics to a wide range of clients, from Harley-Davidson to NATO and the US government. Its managing director, Chris Scott, said the company did not expect “instant results” from its investment, but expressed confidence in its long-term prospects in Burma. “Like many others, we feel, economically, the country has the potential of becoming another China, albeit on a smaller scale,” he said.