Our Chief Operations Officer, Syed Ali Ridha Madihid, was interviewed for a Business Times article covering ASEAN as a key investment target for the logistics industry.
In the article, Ali mentioned that more trade volumes are entering the Southeast Asian region, especially to the big six of Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore and Vietnam.
He also added:
“Indonesia, Thailand and [the] Philippines lead the way with regards to being a huge destination market, with Vietnam gathering pace. However interestingly enough, other than being importing countries, these countries are also starting to export, and we see intra-Asean trade growing in the next few years.”
We’d like to thank the Business Times for allowing us to provide our analysis on what’s happening in the region and in the industry.
You can read the full story at the Business Times.
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