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3PL Company

Why choosing a 3PL company? 3PL stands for third-party logistics which allows you to outsource operational logistics from warehousing to delivery, and enables you to focus on other parts of your business. There are many reason you can be confident to choose 3PL companies. 5 advantages of choosing 3PL Company are mentioned below; Benefit from Networks 3PLs can leverage their relationships to provide volume discounts and faster service to benefit their clients. 3PLs have access to a fast network of resources to meet

TOP 10 tips E-Commerce logistics

Top 10 tips E-Commerce logistics E-commerce logistics, besides managing the products, inventory and packaging, the logistics is set of troubles if you do not have knowledge to handle it. Here are top 10 tips for the E-commerce logistics; Keep your Deliver promises Main promise of retailers to their customers is to getting parcel to them quickly, safely and with visibility of parcel status. This is the promise of retailers to their customer where E-commerce logistics have to keep the retailers promises. Keep this

Saving money on E-Commerce logistics

How to save money on E-Commerce logistics? There are so many methods that can help to improve supply chain processes and in turn save a business money. Way of reducing logistic costs can range from optimizing inventory levels, to re-charting better shipping networks, to create better processes, to improving supplier/third party relationships and so on. Here we have mentioned tips on how to save money on logistics; Warehouse design It is better to utilize available floor-space to increase storage density. If we increase

Transport insurance for international trade

Transport insurance for international trade Whether you’re buying or selling goods to or from international markets, there is always a risk of delay, damage, loss or theft during transit. This article will describe how to make arrangements before the problem happens. We will see the various clauses in insurance contracts, details about the strategy to take and how to contact the insurance in case of litigation. The importance of insurance Cargo insurance Cargo insurance covers goods in transit by road, rail, sea or air. In its simplest form, it provides

Risk management Insurance

How to manage insurance for international freight ? The terms of sale agreed in a commercial transaction defined who is responsible for the shipment of goods. In other words, they specify who – the buyer or the seller – pays for: – The acquisition of documents – Licenses and Permits – Freight forwarding agent – Customs duty and taxes The terms also show how the risk of loss or damage will be managed. They specify the delivery points of the cargo and how the risk is transferred

procedures insurance

Procedures in Insurance Liability insurance for freight forwarders Many traders use the freight forwarder company to run out insurance. It simplifies procedures, since these companies provide all transportation services that goods need: booking the pick up of goods, packaging, storage and customs clearance. Freight forwarders typically have limited liability for all claims for loss or damage during the shipment. When other parties (such as transmission lines, airlines or trucks operators) are involved in a dispute, they come into contact with the insurance to settle disputes. It is often difficult

Airport in Thailand

Thai airport infrastructure An increase of international passenger numbers, combined with a strong domestic traffic, led Thailand to accelerate its program of investment in airport infrastructure. Thailand is facing a slower growing number of traveler in the last 18 months, due to the recent political events. The figures show that while domestic traffic rose 16.1%, the increase was offset by a 5.6% decrease in international passengers. Overall, the six airports run by Airports of Thailand (AOT) experienced an increase of 37.8% in

Ports in Thailand

Ports in Thailand Thailand has a coastline of 3219 km with over 4,000 km of waterways. Major ports of Thailand : – Bangkok – Laem Chabang – Map Ta Phut – Rayong – Phuket – Songkhla – Sattahip – Si Racha The development and management of all major ports in Thailand depend on the Port Authority of Thailand (PAT). At present, there are eight international ports in operation, including four private ports equipped and approved for handling containers. Port Authority of Thailand (PAT) The Port Authority of Thailand (PAT) is a public

Bangkok

What is Bangkok? Bangkok is the capital and largest city of Thailand. This city is known in Thailand under the name “Krung Thep”. The city spans over 1,600 square kilometers in the delta of the Chao Phraya River in central Thailand. It has a population of over 8 million, or 12.6% of that of the country. More than 14 million people (22.2 percent) live in the Bangkok Metropolitan Area. Bangkok is a city in Thailand, or “everything” happens. The history of Bangkok Bangkok has

ASEAN

What is ASEAN? ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) was established August 8, 1967 in Bangkok, Thailand, with the “Declaration of ASEAN” (Bangkok Declaration) by the Founding countries namely Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand. Brunei Darussalam then joined the group January 7, 1984, Viet Nam, July 28, 1995, Laos and Myanmar July 23, 1997, and finally Cambodia April 30, 1999. Goals and Objectives As written in the Declaration of ASEAN, ASEAN’s goals and objectives are: – To accelerate economic growth, social progress and