Netherlands-based logistics provider CEVA is extending its Asian cross-border road freight services to include less-than-truckload services.
The new LTL services will complement the company’s existing truckload services, which now average some 500 trips a month between Singapore and China.
The LTL service will begin with three lanes linking the export factories of Shenzhen, China, to Penang, Malaysia; Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, to Shenzhen; and Singapore to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
“These lanes are heavily travelled routes and critical links in companies’ supply chains,” CEVA said in announcing the expansion.
The expansion follows CEVA’s 2011 launch and subsequent expansion of less-than-containerload services in global markets including China, Singapore, Australia, Germany, India and the United Arab Emirates.
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