Honda teams with Giga Shipping in East Malaysia

Honda teams with Giga Shipping in East Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur: Japanese automaker Honda has established new logistics hubs in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah and Kuching in an effort to increase revenue from the region.

The logistics hubs will be operated and managed by Giga Shipping, a dedicated auto logistics provider.

Giga Shipping currently operates Giga Car Terminal, which provides transit storage and handling facilities for most of Malaysia’s import and export auto marques within Westports. The terminal handled about 130,000 cars in 2014.

“With the establishment of this logistics hub, vehicle delivery period to Honda dealers in East Malaysia is expected to be reduced from nine days currently to only three days,” Honda said.

Jason Jiang

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