MM2100 Industrial Town is strategically located as a logistics hub, offering good access to Jakarta, the Port of Tanjung Priok, and Soekarno–Hatta International Airport. The surrounding area is also home to a large number of companies centered on manufacturing operations and is seeing ongoing infrastructure improvements, so the industrial town is expected to expand further.

PT. Yusen Logistics Solutions Indonesia owns 3 warehouses in MM2100 Industrial Town and operates them independently. Warehouse No. 3 will relocate within the industrial town, doubling its warehouse space to 11,000 square meters. It will go into operation in this November. As a result, the total floor area of the 3 warehouses in MM2100 Industrial Town will increase to approximately 45,000 square meters, the largest of any logistics provider in the industrial town. Using our accumulated know-how, we will respond to increased demand for logistics services.

Yusen Logistics has 3 Indonesian subsidiaries: PT. Yusen Logistics Solutions Indonesia, PT Puninar Yusen Logistics Indonesia, which also provides warehouse services, and PT. Yusen Logistics Indonesia, which provides ocean and air freight forwarding services. Yusen Logistics Group is working to strengthen internal collaboration, with D. Budijanto becoming president director of all 3 companies in April this year. It has also centralized PT. Yusen Logistics Solutions Indonesia as a contact window for contract logistics business and prepared a system for expanding the business.

Yusen Logistics Group in Indonesia continue to combine its services across warehousing, ocean and air freight forwarding, road transport, and customs clearance, providing supply chain logistics to meet customer needs.

Source: yusen
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