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Japan’s Daiwa House to Launch SE Asia Hub: Nikkei

Subsidiary Daiwa Logistics will provide an international one-stop shop for third-party services, including transport and warehousing

A worker rides a bicycle past stacked cargo containers at a port in Tokyo. Photo: Reuters


Japanese developer Daiwa House Industry will launch an international logistics business in Southeast Asia, catering to the growing number of Japanese manufacturers operating in the region, Nikkei Asia reported.

Subsidiary Daiwa Logistics will provide a one-stop shop for third-party logistics services, including transport and warehousing. It is slated to launch in Vietnam this month, with plans to expand later to nearby countries.

Read the full report: Nikkei Asia




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