The projects handled by them include the relocation of press machines from China to Batam and Malaysia and the movement of OOG equipment from Sin to Duyen Hai
E2E Supply Chain Management PTE Ltd, a Coop member in Singapore, has seen a 30 % increase in their bookings for services related to the movement of capital goods such as stamping or moulding machines and their production lines relocation from Northern and Southern China to Melaka, Johor.
Some of the projects they have recently handled include the relocation of press machines from China to Batam and Malaysia and the moving of OOG equipment from SIN to Duyen Hai and back. In the words of Alan Lim, the Chief Executive Officer of E2E Supply Chain Management, “A lot of shippers have diverted their factories or investment either partially or fully to Malaysia and Batam. The main challenges of the capital products nowadays are vanning and devanning, temporary import permits for duty waiver and customs clearance.”
E2E also provides specialized engineers/technicians for machine or production line installation. Mr. Lim further adds: “For import, we offer services like import clearance, customs clearance and trucking of shipments from the ports to the consignee premise with/without escort, along with skilled managers, supervisors and workers (in Malaysia or Batam) for unloading the machines/bulky items from containers and vessels.”
Congratulations to E2E for their new projects!