- Sustainable growth of the industry
- Maturity of service levels
In the worse cases, warehouses fall into abandon as the owners are unable to sustain the financing and the property cannot be sold off as it is tied up with the bank; trucks and lorries lie rotting due to the same reasons and people get laid off. Hence, sustainable growth for the future of logistics in South East Asia needs to be planned carefully around the leveraging on assets available in the industry and a development of service quality which would – over time – switch over shippers’ mentality from going for the lowest price irrespective of service levels, to working with partners who manage their logistics like true partners.
" The excessive competition also contributes to this downward spiral whereby instead of coming together to combine assets and efforts, newer logistics companies are mushrooming up to take a bite out of a seemingly infinite cake. "
- By focusing on our core strengths of logistics consultation, planning and project management, we aim to improve our own customers’ experience in planning their production flow and time to market;
- By leveraging on existing resources which are well-run and vetted prior to establishing a working relationship, we aim to reduce our carbon footprint while achieving operational efficiencies via an interactive relationship with our asset-based partners.
To date, this strategy has seen a great deal of success whereby our customers have grown accustomed to a different level of service quality and deem our team as an integral part of their operations."