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BANGKOK: June 12, 2019. CMA CGM and subsidiary Ceva Logistics have launched a new cross-border service for customers who use ocean freight containers in Thailand and Laos.

The new combined ocean freight and cross-border trucking service enables importers to drop off their empty containers at a newly-expanded CMA CGM container depot (pictured), operated by Ceva near Vientiane, Laos. As a result, exporters from both Laos and Northeastern Thailand can have faster access to an empty container.

Vientiane container depotEffective immediately the container depot in Vientiane will support all CMA CGM Group carriers and will additionally provide storage, repacking and assembly services within the Free Trade Zone from which it operates.

“Our close co-operation with CMA CGM to deliver a unique industry proposition has been warmly welcomed by customers in both Laos and Northeastern Thailand,” said Elaine Low, South East Asia executive vice president for Ceva Logistics.

“It serves as a very concrete example of the tangible benefits the strategic partnership with CMA CGM already brings to our customers, providing them with faster access to our global network, adding value to their supply chains and helping preserve the environment,” she noted.

According to the company, which opened an office in Phnom Penh, Cambodia last month, emerging South East Asia markets present considerable growth and development opportunities for transport and logistics.

“Cambodia is a country with vast opportunities for growth. And with our longstanding regional expertise and newly opened office, Ceva is well positioned to contribute to the development of the logistics sector in the country,” added Russell Pang, managing director Emerging Markets, Ceva Logistics South East Asia Cluster.

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