Bolloré Logistics Singapore launches weekly LTL Cross-Border Trucking Service

Bolloré Logistics

Bolloré Logistics Singapore has announced a new weekly Less-Than-Truckload (LTL) cross-border trucking service from Singapore to Malaysia. This new service aims to provide customers with an alternative transport option to Air and Sea modes for distribution between the two countries. The road consolidation is ideal for small-volume cargoes, offering a more cost-effective solution than air and a faster option than sea transportation.

“We are committed to providing our customers with innovative solutions that meet their ever-changing transportation needs. We understand the challenges faced by our partners when it comes to distribution, and our new offer is designed to provide a fast, reliable, and cost-effective solution that meets the needs of our customers,” said Brian Goh, Head of Middle Office Solutions at Bolloré Logistics Singapore.

Goods delivery via this trucking solution is also subjected to the minimum requirement for DG declaration, thus reducing the complexity of packing and the risk of Dangerous Goods rejection.

With a short lead time of 24 to 48 hours, the new service ensures products reach their destination quickly and efficiently. The guaranteed weekly delivery means customers can plan their supply chain operations more confidently and predictably. Additionally, the solution provides full tracking capabilities of the goods, enabling customers to monitor their shipments.

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