VNPost, EMS and ViettelPost, the big players in the forwarding market, are now faced with growing competition from smaller players such as giaohangso1.vn, tochanh.vn and giaohangnhanh.vn which are scrambling for market share.
VOV.VN - Postal and logistics companies have set their sights on the growing middle class of Vietnam, a market they view as the next e-commerce battleground in Southeast Asia, experts have said.
Many businesses, from startups to big express delivery firms, have jumped into the market of fast delivery services for online shops.
DHL eCommerce, a division of the world’s leading logistics company Deutsche Post DHL Group, has launched nationwide domestic delivery operations in Vietnam.
VOV.VN - China is in the midst of transitioning to higher value-added manufacturing under the government’s Made in China 2025 initiative to comprehensively upgrade industrial policy, say leading experts.
The rapid growth of Vietnam’s export-oriented manufacturing sector has boosted the demand for logistics services but the government needs to step up its game to be more competitive.
Foreign logistic firms are expediting their efforts to tap into the market’s growth following the establishment of ASEAN Economic Community.
E-commerce delivery firms usually make no profits in the first two or three years of operation. Though they have to spend big money, their revenue is modest.
Vietnam’s logistics industry is expected to be wholly controlled by foreign firms over the next few years.
Global air, sea and road forwarding firm DHL has rolled out an integrated road freight network that links five key Asian cities of Singapore, Penang (Malaysia), Bangkok (Thailand), Hanoi (Vietnam) and Shenzhen (China) to tap the acceleration of road freight growth in Asia Pacific.
(VOV) - DHL Express – the world’s leading logistics company on June 4 announced that it will provide express delivery services to the Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Foreign Trade of Vietnam (Vietcombank).
(VOV) - DHL, the world’s leading cross-border express services provider on November 13 announced the launch of a new intra-Asia air route which connects the key economies of Thailand, Vietnam and Hong Kong with flights through big cities such as Hanoi, Bangkok and Hong Kong.
(VOV) -DHL Express, the world’s leading express service provider has launched a new service point at 190 Tran Quoc Hoan street, Ward 4, Tan Binh district in Ho Chi Minh City.
(VOV) - Ho Chi Minh City Customs seized 4.8kg of drug precursors following a goods inspection on December 26.
(VOV) -The global leader for contract logistics solutions, DHL, announced on May 16 that it will inject US$13 million into Vietnam through 2015.
DHL, the world's leading express delivery service provider, has recently invested and expanded its services in Vietnam, signaling its growing presence in the country.
DHL Express, the world’s leading express services provider, will officially open a new direct air route between Ho Chi Minh City and Hong Kong in February.
The 19th English Premier League cup won by Manchester United will tour parts of Asia this year.
DHL Global Forwarding, an air, sea and road freight specialist, has opened an office in Hanoi. The company already has two offices in HCM City and in the northern province of Bac Ninh.
Vietnam is one of the countries to have recorded rapid economic growth in the past decade, said John Pearson, the Managing Director of DHL Express for the Asia-Pacific region, at a press briefing in Ho Chi Minh City on June 17.