Cambodia’s logistics efficiency is stretched thin by the garment supply chains, particularly as lead times become shorter and shorter as fast fashion becomes even faster. Cambodia has to import all the materials used in the industry.
Cargo ships may one day ply the North Sea Route, which runs from the Barents Sea, above, to the Bering Strait, but aside from a few Russian operations, most shipping lines are not yet interested in the route.
Some 70% of last mile deliveries are in high density urban areas where congestion is a way of life. The variety of goods being shifted creates the need for multiple modes of transport, which adds to the complexity.
Air Charter operators are facing pressure in an increasingly competitive aviation industry, but the flexibility and customizability of air charter operations will continue to fill a gap left by scheduled flights.