Yusen Logistics offers direct ocean freight forwarding service from Bangladesh to Japan

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Yusen Logistics will start a direct ocean freight forwarding service from October to Tokyo and Kobe port from Chattogram port, Bangladesh.

Currently, Less-than-Container Load (LCL) ocean freight forwarding services from Bangladesh are mainly CO-LOAD multi-country consolidation services from Singapore port and Port Klang port. There are concerns about cargo loss and damage, as well as difficulties in keeping track of schedules. Therefore, to meet the growing demands of transportation, particularly for apparel cargoes, Yusen Logistics will start its own consolidation direct ocean freight forwarding service from Bangladesh to Japan.

With Yusen Logistics’ consolidation service, you’ll be able to check your schedule from the carrier’s tracking system. In addition, there is no reconsolidation at the transit points, and trans-shipment is done for each container; Yusen Logistics is more capable of protecting your cargo against damage risks and significantly shortening transit time.

Furthermore, Yusen Logistics will use its contracted warehouse adjacent to Chattogram port as CFS instead of CFS in the port area. Yusen Logistics’ warehouse has 90 CCTV cameras to monitor your precious cargo 24 hours a day and its own exclusive area with dedicated staff to provide services with a thorough emphasis on security.


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