Dimerco has unveiled a new bounded warehouse in Taiwan as demand for distribution centres in the region continues to grow.
The global freight forwarder said it is adapting to the changing supply chain strategies of major high-tech companies by opening its second bonded warehouse within the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport Free Trade Zone (FTZ) on September 12.
"In response to the increasing number of distribution centres being established in the APAC region to be closer to suppliers, Dimerco's new facility is part of a one-stop logistics solution for air and ocean freight, bonded warehousing and trade compliance," Dimerco said.
It noted that the solution is primarily aimed at high-tech companies operating in Taiwan — the epicentre of global semiconductor manufacturing.
It added that by acting as a single point of contact, Dimerco allows customers to concentrate on their core competency of product R&D. They can manage warehouse space during peak seasons and adjust it as needed. Dimerco can also perform quality testing before pick and pack, create custom labels with serial numbers and manufacturing dates, and coordinate repalletization for multiple delivery notes to optimize material flow to the end customer.
"We recognized the growing trend of US-based companies seeking to establish distribution centres in Taiwan to serve the APAC region. Leveraging Dimerco's extensive global network, we were well-positioned to establish a bonded warehouse and utilize 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," said Dimerco's Central Service Center (CSC).