What you should know about ASEAN Last Mile Delivery

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Yet other less developed countries, like Laos and Myanmar, are still lagging behind in the industry. A recent edition by TaipanOracle claims that, “while countries like Philippines, Indonesia and Vietnam are rapidly upgrading their infrastructure, others like Myanmar, Cambodia and Laos continue to remain laggards.” The article also reports that, “while roads in Singapore are fully paved, Cambodia and Laos have less than 10% paved highways.”

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How will supply chains be affected by China’s Belt and Road projects?

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China-Laos Railway. The 414-km China-Laos Railway runs from Boten, the northern Lao town bordering Southwest China's Yunnan province, to Vientiane, capital of Laos, with an expected operating speed of 160 km per hour. The electrified passenger and cargo railway, which started construction in December 2016 with the full application of Chinese management standards and technical standards, is scheduled to be completed and open to traffic in December 2021.

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How will logistics chains be affected by China’s Belt and Road projects?

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China-Laos Railway. The 414-km China-Laos Railway runs from Boten, the northern Lao town bordering Southwest China's Yunnan province, to Vientiane, capital of Laos, with an expected operating speed of 160 km per hour. The electrified passenger and cargo railway, which started construction in December 2016 with the full application of Chinese management standards and technical standards, is scheduled to be completed and open to traffic in December 2021.

Multiple Constraints of Route Planning in ASEAN

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Apart from the 2 leading nations – Singapore and Malaysia, other nations like Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam are also rapidly upgrading their road, rail, maritime and air cargo infrastructure in line with ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) frameworks. Conversely, the much smaller economies of ASEAN – Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar – are still substantially lagging behind.