China’s logistics giant expands services to Malaysia, Cambodia and Singapore

04-Jul-2020 Intellasia | Xinhua | 6:02 AM Print This Post

BEST Inc, a leading supply chain service provider headquartered in eastern China’s Zhejiang Province, announced on Thursday (July 1) that it has launched logistics services in Malaysia, Cambodia, and Singapore.

The company plans to build 400 express delivery stations and 12 transshipment centres in three years in the three countries.

BEST Inc has established logistics networks in five Southeast Asian countries so far, which also include Thailand and Vietnam, and expects to enter the markets in Indonesia and the Philippines in the near future.

The transshipment centres in Kuala Lumpur and Phnom Penh will be equipped with the latest automation devices to ensure highly efficient sorting, weighing, and scanning procedures, according to the company.

BEST Inc expects to have an increasing number of local consumers in Southeast Asian countries to experience the same convenience of fast delivery services as in China, said Zhou Shaoning, chair and CEO of BEST Inc.

According to recent research results released by the Development & Research centre of the State Post Bureau, Southeast Asian countries have become the most popular investment destinations of Chinese logistics companies.


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