(QNO) - The import-export turnover through Nam Giang- Dak Taook international border gate was over USD 62 million in 2021, doubling that of 2020.
To serve the rising demand for goods transportation, Truong Hai International Logistics Limited Liability Company (THILOGI) under THACO continues to promote its advantages, develop services and optimise all-in-one logistics solutions.
Goods transportation through Nam Giang- Dak Taook international border gate is now the shortest ways from eastern Thailand and southern Laos to Chu Lai International Port (in Quang Nam Province), other ports and economic zones in Central Vietnam.
It is expected to meet increasing demands for import and export, to promote trade and investment cooperation and economic development.
In the current situation of logistics, it is necessary to have such logistics companies with a wide range of quality services and good capacity to exploit convective goods sources as THILOGI.
As one of the leading logistics companies in Central Vietnam, THILOGI has been making good use of its advantages to promote cross-border transport services from north-eastern Thai and southern Lao provinces (such as Pakse, Attapeu) to Sekong (Laos), and to Chu Lai port through Nam Giang -Dak Taook international border gate.
THILOGI has recently stepped up investment in infrastructure, equipment, vehicles, and refrigerated container systems, starting new transport routes and providing all-in-one logistics services such as seaport services, domestic and international freight forwarding, warehousing, distribution, and customs procedures with optimal solutions and at reasonable costs, facilitating businesses’ import and export, and increasing their competitiveness.
THILOGI is now a strategic logistics partner of several companies with its quality services and reasonable prices.
Exploitation of agricultural export potential in EWEC 2
There are currently a lot of methodically invested agricultural regions in Laos and Thailand, such as the Boloven plateau, Sekong, Champasak, Salavan, Attapeu (Laos), Ubon Raychathani, Sisaket, Yasothon, Charoen, and Buriam (Thailand).
So, THILOGI will focus on exploiting the demand for transport of agricultural products there, including coffee, pepper, medicinal herbs, bananas, pineapples, dragon fruit, durians, mangosteen, longan, etc.
Besides, the company also develops a cross-border transport route, connecting the East-West Economic Corridor 2 (EWEC 2) from the port city of Mawlamyine in Myanmar to Chu Lai port for export to western Asia countries.
Moreover, THILOGI has made a plan to build a depot at Nam Giang international border gate to provide warehouse and yard services for inspection and supervision of goods, repair facilities, fuel stations, and ancillary services.
In addition, THILOGI keeps on digital transformation investment, using the smartlog transport management system (STM), exploiting ports and e-port, improving quality management systems, developing professional human resources, and speeding up construction of a 50,000-ton deepwater dock at Chu Lai port.
The dock is expected to create opportunities for regional import and export, including the goods from southern Laos and north-eastern Thailand through Nam Giang international border gate.