No.59B, 2nd Floor Jalan Bayu Tinggi 6/KS6 Batu Unjur, 41200 Klang, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
Inventory Control, Flexibility and Agility for Shippers:

Transloading is defined as unloading a trailer or container from one mode of transport to another. It is typically performed when a shipment is imported to the Malaysia or a shipment is exported from the Malaysia. Shippers can utilize transload warehouses to control their cargo better, provide more flexibility, reduce cost and save time.

  • More agility in high velocity commodities such as FMCG to place cargo at the highest demanded DCs at the time of arrival to the port of discharge on imports. In other words, delivering cargo to the best/right market at the right time.
  • Reduce inventory carrying costs
  • Avoiding demurrage and detention charges on imports when final delivery location cannot accept the import containers.
  • Reduce costs on inland trucking on export loads due to higher intermodal carrier costs. Depending on market conditions, you can either rail or truck the goods to the transload warehouse and then have them transloaded to export containers