Cainiao Signs MOU With Leading Foreign Integrated Logistics Service Provider SG Sagawa Vietnam

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The partnership gives SG Sagawa Vietnam access to Cainiao's premium warehouse facilities in Vietnam's prosperous Mekong Delta to support their current and new global clients

HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam, March 16, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Cainiao Vietnam, a subsidiary of Cainiao Network, the logistics arm of Alibaba Group, announced the signing of an MOU with Sagawa Vietnam to promote stronger collaboration in Vietnam's logistics sector.

Located at the Cainiao P.A.T. Logistics Park and Cainiao Dong Nai Smart Logistics Park, the premium warehouse space offers a strategic geographical advantage for business tenants due to its high accessibility. Both parks  boast multiple access points that link directly to Ho Chi Minh City, Long Thanh International Airport, and major seaports, such as Cat Lai and Cai Mep-Thi Vai, making them an ideal choice for businesses looking for an efficient way to transport goods and expand their business opportunities.


As a result, tenants can benefit significantly from the strategic locations, and SG Sagawa Vietnam's extensive global expertise and local network. As one of the country's leading players since 1997, SG Sagawa Vietnam currently offers key logistics services, including domestic and international air freight, sea freight, trucking, and warehousing.

Furthermore, SG Sagawa Vietnam can utilize the parks' state-of-the-art facilities and accompanying services that feature advanced technologies for warehousing operations and logistics management.  In addition to the premium infrastructure, world-class services, such as customer support, consultation services, and technical assistance also form part of Cainiao Vietnam's offerings, providing companies with a competitive edge in the industry.

Looking forward into the future, Cainiao foresees a strong increase in demand for logistics and supply chain services in Vietnam.

"Thanks to the competitive operational costs, integrated supply chain sector, and favorable free trade access, among others, Vietnam is a rising manufacturing hub that is key to addressing logistics needs. With the ASEAN warehousing and distribution logistics market forecasted to grow at a CAGR of more than 10.5% until 2027, Vietnam's warehousing industry is expected to see an 11% CAGR until 2027. With such potential, businesses need to align and renew their supply chain strategies to keep up with consumer demand for more efficient logistics services," said Xing Zhang, General Manager of Cainiao Vietnam.

Home to more than 900,000 enterprises, of which 97%  are small to medium-sized enterprises (SME), Vietnam has witnessed robust growth in local and global demand for made-in-Vietnam goods and a thriving eCommerce market. Hence, SMEs across the country are experiencing a gratifying business boom, leading to a surging demand for warehousing facilities. Additionally, following COVID-19 pandemic, this demand is further fueled by logistics and supply chain disruptions, limited container shipping space, and road congestion. Consequently, Cainiao Vietnam is also set to adapt its services to support businesses to enhance and diversify their inventories and warehouse space.

Visit www.cainiaovietnam.com for the latest update from Cainiao Vietnam.

About Cainiao Network

Founded in 2013, Cainiao Network ("Cainiao") is a smart logistics company and the logistics arm of Alibaba Group. As part of its commitment to create customer value, it adopts a collaborative approach to logistics that aims to improve efficiency and customer experience for all players along the supply chain. It carries forward Alibaba's mission of making it easy to do business anywhere by aiming to deliver anywhere in China within 24 hours, and across the globe within 72 hours. For more information, please visit https://www.cainiao.com/en/index.html

Media Contact:

Semantha Tan 
Semantha.tan@alibaba-inc.com

Leasing inquiries:

Kathy Nguyen 
+84 866 78 78 60 
leasing.vn@cainiao.com 

 

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