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logistics industry

Adapting to grow

Capitalizing on the burgeoning transportation and trade relationships Vietnam has fostered in recent years, the country’s logistics industry is thriving. The Vietnam International Logistics Exhibition 2023 (VILOG 2023), held from August 10-12, 2023, served as a testament to this growth. With over 150 companies setting up booths and attracting more than 20,000 visitors, the event showcased the sector’s economic significance. Companies hailing from 19 countries and territories participated, underscoring the global interest in this domain. Participating in this inaugural sector-focused exhibition, Tran Tien Hung, marketing manager of Aviation Logistics Corporation (ALS), remarked, “We aimed to engage with potential customers and business partners through this exhibition, and our experience has been extremely positive.” He further stated, “We encountered numerous skilled and dynamic individuals from both Vietnam and abroad, and we are eager to explore potential cooperation with them.” ALS, a land logistics firm based in Hanoi, boasts a 16-year legacy and has established a robust logistics network in northern Vietnam and southern China. Their strategic network spans key points like Hanoi, Bac Ninh, Haiphong, among others. With a fleet of over 300 trucks and 11 warehouses, strategically located near transportation hubs like Hanoi’s Noi Bai International Airport, ALS leverages its strong […]
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