Maersk offers brochure on the expansion of LCL capabilities in Oceania

Maersk is offering a brochure on the expansion of LCL capabilities in Oceania. A recent statement read: 

Learn more about the benefits of our new Trans-Tasman LCL service, that connects you seamlessly from Australia to New Zealand.
Global logistics needs have changed dramatically over the past two and a half years. The uncertainties brought on by the pandemic have made agility an invaluable trait for supply chains worldwide. Demand can fluctuate constantly across different regions, and businesses need to be equipped to deal with these dynamic market requirements.

We’ve recently noticed a growing need for supply chain flexibility among our Oceania customers. As the needs of the region have changed, it’s important for the logistics solutions that we provide in Australia and New Zealand, to play a role in helping to stabilize and consolidate our expanding regional network. Our new Trans-Tasman LCL solution is a tool that does just that.

The service opens up a whole new world of trading opportunities for businesses on both sides of the Tasman Sea. They can establish better connections between major ports, attain better speed-to-market, manage inventory more efficiently, and have better transparency from end to end.

A drop in demand might call for low-volume shipments, whereas a sudden change in trends may need speedier deliveries, and the Trans-Tasman LCL route helps companies manage all these situations with ease and efficiency. No matter the requirement, our team helps consolidate your cargo with other shipments, to ensure that it’s shipped out on schedule to meet your business timelines.

Our digital brochure takes a closer look at how this solution helps our customers in Oceania get a tighter grip on supply chain costs and capacity, empowering them to build resilience and mitigate disruptions across their supply chains.


For more information: maersk.com


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