Agility opens new logistics hub in Malaysia

AGILITY has opened a logistics hub close to Kuala Lumpur, boosting the company’s total warehousing capacity in Malaysia to over 34,000m2.

The new 13,000m2 facility in Bukit Jelutong, Shah Alam has 12 loading docks and 14,000 pallet positions and dedicated areas for pick and pack, kitting to line operations, consolidation and deconsolidation, cross docking, RMA programs, and reverse logistics. The new facility also includes an office facility of close to 3,000m2, which will become the new headquarters for Agility in Malaysia.

“Agility is committed to building its logistics network across South East Asia and the opening of our new facility in Malaysia demonstrates our commitment to supporting our customers through improved services and facilities,” said Wolfgang Hollermann, Agility’s chief executive officer for Asia Pacific.

Target industries for the facility will be apparel, chemicals, engineering and industrial equipment and telecommunications.

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