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Project cargo in Malaysia & the ASEAN: your free market guide

Malaysia, and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, is attracting the world’s attention. Why? The economies of Southeast Asia are amongst the fastest growing in the world, bringing with them massive construction projects, infrastructure developments - and major opportunities for breakbulk cargo service providers.

The economic development of Southeast Asia hinges on efficient, cost-effective transport and logistics services. Large-scale industrial developments are sweeping across the region, including major manufacturing, oil and gas, and mining projects – leading to a greater demand for oversized cargo handling services across Malaysia and the nine other ASEAN member states.

Want to uncover the project cargo opportunities in Malaysia and the ASEAN? ITE Transport & Logistics has put together a free 54-page guide on everything you need to know about the opportunities available region-wide for oversized cargo service providers, including:

1.    Malaysia at a glance
2.    Major projects requiring breakbulk transport services in Malaysia
3.    The Rest of the ASEAN
4.    Major projects in the ASEAN
5.    The Factfile – Logistics performance in Malaysia & the ASEAN
6.    Doing business in Malaysia & the ASEAN 

Get Southeast Asian breakbulk market insights

We examine the economies of Malaysia and ASEAN member states, how each nation is pouring huge sums into industrial development, the shape of breakbulk transport in the region – and how companies from around the world can enter the market.

Click the link below to download your free copy of The Project Cargo Industry in Malaysia & The ASEAN Economic Community: Transporting the Region to New Heights.


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