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Dimerco Launches New Less-Than-Truckload (LTL) Services in Early May

Cross Border Road Freight to Link ASEAN and China

TAIPEI, Taiwan, May 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Dimerco Express Group (Dimerco), a global logistics service provider with over 42 years of history, announces the launch of a new LTL (Less-Than-Truckload) road freight service in May, covering ASEAN and China major hubs. The company has been providing cross border road freight services for over a decade between Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand. The latest extension of the network routes cover major hubs such as Singapore, Johor Bahru, Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Bangkok, Hanoi, Shenzhen, Shanghai and Chongqing. The new LTL service provides safety features and once again demonstrates Dimerco's capability in diversifying its logistics services to meet changing customer needs.

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Dimerco Cross Border Road Freight Network history

As a matter of fact, Dimerco has been progressively creating new milestones to expand its international cross border road freight route. Back in 2000, Dimerco started operating the service between Singapore and Malaysia, and since then has expanded multi-modal transportation to serve ASEAN hubs, using Bangkok as a main gateway, linking onwards to Laos, Cambodia and Myanmar; Positioning itself as "Your ASEAN + China Logistics Specialist", Dimerco is dedicated to developing the road freight connectivity between ASEAN and China to strengthen its position in the region. According to Edward Lin, COO of Dimerco, "The road freight linkage will increase the connectivity in the region, and this new service will help transport the rising trade flows between ASEAN countries and China." Dimerco offers a variety of options when it comes to road freight transportation, from full truckload to less-than-truckload as an additional or complementary service to air and ocean services.

New LTL service to reach within 3 to 7 days -- bringing efficiency and convenience

The total transit time for Dimerco's new LTL service from Shenzhen to Singapore is 7 days. As a next step, Dimerco plans to further expand the service to Eastern and Western parts of China, and also improve the linkage with Myanmar and India. To address security concerns, the company is also providing optimum security features with the service. "Various security features are available along with this service including Web-based GPS (Global Positioning System), enabling customers to track and monitor the status of their cargo, and also a security e-lock system with SMS or bar code scanner technology to ensure safety throughout the route," Lin added.

Since its 42 years of establishment, Dimerco has been working continuously to expand its international network with unique services in the logistics industry.

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