KLN launches LCL program

Kerry Logistics Network (KLN) has announced the launch of a global Less-than-Container Load (LCL) scheme to offer weekly direct LCL services from key Asian gateways.

The new offerings, according to KLN, will leverage the company’s solid presence and extensive ground support in Asia to provide customers with increased cost efficiency and dedicated customer care from Container Freight Station (CFS) to CFS for cargo of any size.

With the new weekly scheduled LCL services, suitable for all industries, KLN caters to more than 2,800 corridors worldwide.

Leveraging KLN’s established overland network between China and Southeast Asia, KLN provides shipment pick-up across China to be transported through its self-owned or self-managed consolidation hubs in all base ports with complete control on landside haulage cost.

KLN also provides value-added services including insurance, fumigation, customs clearance, warehousing as well as cargo tracking through its designated portal.

“Many companies are facing increasing price pressure as the demand for products remains low post-pandemic,” said KLN Managing Director, Vic Cheung.

“Our dedicated global ocean freight team is maximising the load per container to offer our customers greater flexibility and more cost savings on their shipments, in particular for smaller-volume cargoes.

“Riding on KLN’s unique market position and extensive gateway coverage in Asia, our dedicated LCL solutions are backed by strong in-house customs clearance capabilities and local support at destination ports, enabling us to meet our customers’ diverse needs.”

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