Best further expands its services in Southeast Asia
Best, an integrated smart supply chain solutions and logistics services provider in China, has announced plans for further expansion into Southeast Asia. Best's launch of express delivery services in Malaysia, Cambodia and Singapore follows its entry into Thailand and Vietnam last year.
The company will also augment its international logistics solutions by launching cross-border services between China and the five markets in Southeast Asia this month.
By leveraging its asset-light model and successful experience in Thailand and Vietnam, Best plans to be operating a total of twelve sortation centres and around 400 service stations across Malaysia, Cambodia and Singapore over the next three years.
This includes two customised flagship sortation centres in Kuala Lumpur and Phnom Penh that will be equipped with cutting-edge automation equipment, such as high-speed automatic sorting lines and dimension-weight-scanning systems. (mw)