Of all the regions in the world, Southeast Asia is particularly complex for logistics.
- Ten member nations in ASEAN, each with its own intricacies, raise challenges to efficiency and standardisation in the logistics sector. This in turn influences the quality and competitiveness of logistics services.
- In addition, rising transportation costs have surged over 900% in the last few years, driven by recovering consumer demand, climbing fuel prices and port congestion.
- In some ASEAN member states, logistics costs account for up to 20% of the price of finished goods, almost double the global average.
So how will logistics companies navigate through these challenges and what opportunities are there?
This industry report provides clarity on this question – and much more – to aid logistics service providers in making strategic decisions.
In this report, you will learn:
- Outlook of the logistics industry in Southeast Asia, focusing on four of the biggest markets – Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore
- The top 5 last mile network partners in Southeast Asia
- One solution logistics companies are increasingly deploying to manage the complexities of logistics in Southeast Asia and reducing their operational costs