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About the Company:

 

One of the most prominent players in the country’s courier logistics industry, XDel is no stranger to change, transformation and collaboration. Established in 1993 by Founder and Managing Director Harold Lee as a modest two-man operation handling floral deliveries, XDel has since flourished into a significant player serving clients in sectors including manufacturing, banking, telecommunications and healthcare. XDel celebrated its 30th anniversary last year, a rarity amongst today's logistics companies specialising in Domestic Express Courier Services and Bespoke Last Mile Fulfilment Solutions.

 

XDel's business was formed with the specific intent of meeting the time-sensitive logistic needs of its customers by applying their capabilities and expertise to formulate an agreeable solution to achieve their delivery objective. This in turn, provides customers a competitive advantage in the market.

 

As a customer-centric organisation, XDel is dedicated to understanding its customers with a consistently high level of reliability and quality service through the adoption of technology innovation.

 

As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), XDel has partnered with Yellow Ribbon Singapore (YRSG) to support its commitment to help ex-offenders in upskilling, career development and building an effective aftercare support network.

 

How did the partnership with YRSG started?

 

In recent years, one of the key challenges for logistics players in the last mile delivery, was in attracting talent. As an SME, XDel was faced with an uphill task to fill its blue collar job positions across its various business functions.

 

In 2015, XDel had reached out to SCORE (the predessor to Yellow Ribbon Singapore) to offer job positions for ex-offenders and through its connection, XDel recruited several candidates to fill its various job positions, from drivers to customer service positions. Over the years, XDel had continued to partner and reach out to YRSG whenever there were job vacancies to be filled as its business expanded.

 

In 2022, XDel was honoured at the Yellow Ribbon (YR) Awards 2022 for its achievements and contributions towards championing second chances for ex-offenders. One of its staff, Ms Grace Sim, who joined XDel in 2017, received the Advocates of Second Chances Award.

 

Note: Formerly known as Singapore Corporation of Rehabilitative Enterprises (SCORE), Yellow Ribbon Singapore (YRSG) is a statutory board under the Ministry of Home Affairs

 

 

 

 

 

Name

XDel Singapore Pte Ltd

ACRA

199908000G

Website

Phone

63761838

Year
Founded

1993

Address

207 Henderson Road

Honouree
Eddie Lee
"We hire based on each person's merit and qualification"

About the

Founder / Director:

Starting out with a local SME company back in 1999, after serving 6 years in the Police, Eddie eventually went on to a joint-venture company between TNT and Singapore Post.

 

In 2005, Eddie joined DHL, which he spent the next 5 years and spent the last 2 years with JPMorgan Chase Bank before joining XDel.

 

Eddie joined XDel in 2012 as a business partner, after spending 13 years in the corporate world and taking on the function of sales and marketing.

 

Having spent more than 25 years in the Logistics Industry, including 12 years with XDel, Eddie has been instrumental in driving sales and spearheading the growth of the business for XDel.

 

As a business owner, managing staffing resource and creating a conducive company culture forms a large part of the day to day responsibilities. The need to consistently review our manpower and focus on resource planning has been accelerated by the post Covid-19 pandemic.

 

Collaboration plays a crucial role towards our business growth and XDel is fortunate to be able to partner with Yellow Ribbon Singapore for nearly a decade in supporting its growth and giving ex-inmates the opportunity to re-intergate into the society through job placement with XDel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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