Wilson is looking to buy up logistics tracking service, says CEO

Wilson is exploring a range of options to buy logistics tracking company Wilson.

The company, which offers logistics services to airlines, has a market value of $7.5 billion and has been valued at more than $20 billion, according to research firm Morningstar.

Wilson chief executive Andrew Wilson said it was a great opportunity to add a technology company to the business.

Wilson has been a pioneer in logistics technology and has acquired a number of other companies in the industry.

Wilson is one of Australia’s leading logistics firms and has a portfolio of over 70,000 routes and routes-in-place (RIFs).

“Wilson’s technology is a natural fit for our business and the team is keen to join Wilson,” Mr Wilson said.

Wilsey, which was founded in 1987, is the largest logistics operator in Australia.

It is owned by the private equity firm Bain Capital.

Wilshire has grown rapidly since it was founded and now provides services to over 40 airlines.

It has been acquired by a number big players including Chinese airline Beijing Southern and Australian-owned Airtel.

Willey said it planned to build out its RIFs and deliver new technology and technology-enabled products in the near future.

Wilshire said it had been able to grow its Rif business by increasing the number of routes-by-route, as well as by making a number in-house acquisitions and increasing customer satisfaction.

Wilkins services to Australia’s largest airlines, with an annual turnover of more than AU$6 billion, and to more than 150 airlines around the world.