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The way forward for logistics, fleet managers in Asean

The current state of road and rail transports in South-east Asia is considered to be the major barrier to the development of logistics in the region.

There are drastic differences in road quality and capacity across South-east Asia. While Singapore boasts fully paved roads, less than 10 per cent of highways in Cambodia and Laos are paved.

IN recent years, shifting global trade flows and the rise of e-commerce have created new transportation corridors between the emerging and the least developed countries. Case in point is Singles' Day on Nov 11 in China, where e-retailer Alibaba broke its own sales record from 2014 by a 60 per