Indian Transport & Logistics

DTDC launches operations in Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur office will offer export and import services to/from India, Singapore and Australia

DTDC launches operations in Malaysia
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DTDC, through its subsidiary DTDC Global Express, announced its foray into the Malaysian market, strengthening its global footprint.

The company inaugurated its new office at Brickfield, Kuala Lumpur, says an official release.

"DTDC in India covers approximately 96 percent of the population through 16,000+ physical customer access points and has a global reach of 220+ destinations. DTDC has expanded its presence in South East Asia with its new Malaysia office apart from its existing presence in Singapore and Australia. This new office will offer enhanced trans-shipment solutions to the company’s client base in South East Asia and the Australian peninsula."

The Kuala Lumpur office will offer export and import services to/from India, Singapore, and Australia along with handling local deliveries in Malaysia, the release added.

“At DTDC, we aim to stretch beyond boundaries while strengthening our presence in the existing markets," says Subhashish Chakraborty, Founder, Chairman and Managing Director, DTDC Express. "The expansion in Malaysia will add to our capabilities in the region and provide seamless shipping solutions to/from our global network, specifically countries like India, Australia, UAE, and the U.K. Malaysia exhibits a strong growth potential with its economy standing at $1.2 trillion, fueled by the growth in local manufacturing. As per recent reports, Indo-Malaysia bilateral trade is valued at $20 billion and is poised for sustained growth, estimated to reach $25 billion by 2026. Our expansion in Malaysia aims to capitalise on this opportunity.”

The new sales office will ensure cost-competitive shipping options for retail and MSME customers through the DTDC WorldWyde solution. As a part of its global expansion plans, DTDC collaborated with Aramex last year to enhance its capabilities in cross-border logistics, the release added.

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