Dimerco unveils warehouse for high-tech supply chain


Global freight forwarder, Dimerco, has opened its second bonded warehouse within the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport Free Trade Zone as a result of the changing supply chain strategies of major high-tech companies.

In response to the increasing number of distribution centres in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, Dimerco’s new facility is part of a one-stop logistics solution for air and ocean freight, bonded warehousing and trade compliance. The warehouse is primarily aimed at high-tech companies operating in Taiwan.

The company says its new location offers a huge cash flow advantage to clients, as inventory entering Taiwan can be stored duty and tax free until they are shipped out, as can finished goods manufactured in Taiwan.

“We recognised the growing trend of US-based companies seeking to establish distribution centeres in Taiwan to serve the APAC region,” Dimerco said in a statement. “Leveraging Dimerco’s extensive global network, we were well-positioned to establish a bonded warehouse and utilise our capabilities as a one-stop partner, handling all aspects of consignments from airfreight, ocean freight and warehousing to eCommerce requirements and last-mile custom delivery.”

The new facility spans more than 4,000 square metres and offers customised shelving options, 10 storage bays and  extensive picking and packing operations.

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