Enhance cross-border 'transportation' of goods. southeast asia
Shawn Chen, Vice President of C.H. Robinson Southeast Asia, said globalization of trade is one of the key drivers of the global economy and has also created a connected global trade system. to each other This results in endless opportunities that enable corporate decision makers to reach new customers. as well as providing new employees, materials and products. in a variety of ways regardless of time zone But with supply chain volatility in terms of cost and lead times coupled with inflation concerns. As a result, many logistics market stakeholders are rethinking their strategies to mitigate the impact of this on their network. The solution is not as simple as increasing the capacity of a container ship or booking an aircraft in advance. Because there are many obstacles that are out of control. The undeniable fact is that circumstances that cause unexpected changes remain a major challenge, such as the extremely severe weather or the disruption of operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. still causing logistics costs The price of production is different from the original. Including the extension of the delivery time to the supplier as well. Currently, most international shipments are via sea.
This accounts for 90% of all goods transported by sea. However, cross-border freight is essential when the goods have arrived at the port or when they need to be delivered to their doorstep. and with the combination of cross-border transport air transport In the Southeast Asia region, companies have successfully unlocked endless business opportunities and potential, the end of the “one form of service for all” era. Sea and air cargo is a mode of transport that is ready to support international freight. It is seen as a popular model for industrial sectors such as consumer goods that need fast shipping or e-commerce sellers. However, business leaders may expect to calculate the real time required for shipping. got to the wrong destination That could lead to higher costs in the supply chain. in the same way Reliance solely on sea freight can cause delays in the event of inclement weather or in the absence of a spare carrier.
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