French 3PL Geodis has launched a time-definite trucking service in South-east Asia as the region’s road infrastructure continues to improve and trade agreements ease cross-border movements.
The company said it would particularly target shipments in the 300kg-1 tonne range and offer shippers “a simplified, door-to-door tariff structure”.
According to one report, burgeoning free trade agreements in the region and growth in e-commerce mean regional cross-border road transport revenues are forecast at around …
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