Home » 3PL/4PL, Breaking News » Geodis Wilson expands intra-Asia trucking network

Global freight forwarder Geodis Wilson has extended its existing routes through Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and the Indochina region by expanding its trucking operations to China.

From Singapore to China, the full cross-border route has a lead time of six to seven days and covers a total distance of 5,950 kilometers, a company statement said.

Offered are full-container load (FCL) and less-than-container load (LCL) services. FCL containers are sealed from door-to-door and opened only if required by border customs, while LCL containers are consolidated at Geodis Wilson facilities along the route and fed into the main road network by regional trucks.

France-based Geodis Wilson has more than 17 years’ experience operating cross-border trucking services in Southeast Asia. It started services between Malaysia and Thailand in 1995, extending into Singapore in 1996. To support its regional operations, Geodis Wilson operates customs offices at key borders in Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, and China.


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