Bolloré keeps Myanmar connected to global supply chains

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Bolloré Logistics Myanmar continues to support importers/exporters in Myanmar with regular door-to-door truck-air schedules via Bangkok.

The most recent example includes the export operations of masks for a major French textile manufacturer, from Yangon to Nantes, France.

Carrying a cargo lot of 8,850 kg of masks from Yangon, the truck fitted with mobile tracking starts its nine-hour journey – around 413 km, to the Myawaddy, Mae Sot border crossing to Thailand. The logistics company’s Customs Clearance team expertise means the often difficult process at the border was swift and completed on-time.

After another 500 km, a journey of nearly 6-9 hours via the Asian Highway No.1 from Mae Sot, the cargo arrived at the Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK). The cargo was then connected to a Bolloré Logistics Airfreight Export Blocked Space Consolidation Program to France.

Julien Loiret, managing director of Bolloré Logistics Myanmar says: “Our truck-air solution via Bangkok works very well for both import and export, helping us to move air cargo to worldwide destination with a reliable and fast transit-time and connecting Myanmar to the world. At present, we are also offering customised solutions for Pharma and Temperature controlled goods.”

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