Customized warehousing solutions and strategically sited distribution centers boost your productivity and increase flexibility. Whether you are planning to build a comprehensive international supply chain, or simply needing to manage a seasonal inventory upsurge, we can help. We have more than two million square meters of strategically sited storage distribution centers and consolidation centers, designed to support a wide range of different industries.
The value of the service we offer goes beyond inventory management and beyond supply chain visibility. Strategic location means our warehouses and distribution centers are near to major ports or hub operations. They are part of a carefully planned network that can best meet our customers’ cross-border transport needs, their just-in-time manufacturing requirements, their final mile delivery, their after sales logistics or their reverse logistics.
We provide bonded and highly specialized warehousing as part of an integrated clean room or temperature controlled supply chain. And, of course, a whole range of value added services for manufacturers and retailers.
Strategically located DCs designed to manage your inventory, storage, reverse logistics, and distribution requirements.
・Vendor Managed Inventory
Improved stock management through demand planning and inventory forecasting and visibility.
・Warehouse Site Consultancy
Advise on optimal warehouse locations to improve inventory management and distribution through better geographic placement of facilities and networks
Stock and transportation control though our internal visibility systems or WMS, providing timely and accurate visibility and planning of shipments and stock status
・Temperature Controlled Warehouse
Facilities capable of integrating into a temperature controlled supply across a wide range of industries and regulatory requirements
・Consolidation Center (CFS)
Consolidation services spanning Origin Cargo Management and Less-Container-Load (LCL) services, improve shipping efficiency, planning, and forecasting as part of a improved supply chain