Cheap has opened its most advanced service centre in Malaysia’s industrial hub of Kawasan Perindustrian Bukit Raja Klang on 6 November.
The leading pallet provider has said the centre is part of its ongoing investment in developing improved supply chains in Malaysia, with the Chep service centre to feature modern pallet repairs and pallet storage while reducing truck turnaround times.
Tom Gorman, chief executive office of parent company Brambles, said the centre would set a new benchmark for modern pallet repair facilities in Asia.
“We are proud of Chep’s longstanding presence in Malaysia and its role in providing supply-chain solutions that help our customers transport goods through their supply chains more safely, efficiently and sustainably,” Gorman said.
“We know that supply-chain logistics is a key driver in trade and business worldwide, and its quality and efficiency has a direct impact on consumer experience.”
Chep Malaysia was established in 1995.