Volkswagen Group opens new regional parts distribution centre in Johor JOHOR BARU: The Volkswagen Group has set up its new regional parts distribution centre (PDC) in Port of Tanjung Pelepas, Johor. The 50,000 sq metre PDC aims to provide a robust genuine parts supply chain to 21 markets in the Asia Pacific region. Located in the free trade zone with direct port connectivity, warehouse processing is enhanced by as much as 15%. Moreover, the prime location is well linked to the air hubs and roads, enabling better hub-and-logistics flow and faster cargo turnaround. The new facility is also customised to Volkswagen Group’s requirements, where storage systems like semi-automated paternoster and vertical narrow aisle are built for better warehouse space and process optimisation. In addition, value-added service is now offered to its customers, such as repacking and relabeling at retail level for the ease of dealer distribution. Minister of International Trade and Industry (Miti) Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali (pic above) said multinational corporations such as the Volkswagen Group seek to tap on Malaysia’s strategic location as well as efficient and reliable infrastructure such as ports, airports and financial institutions. “These allow them to improve operational efficiency and optimise product and service quality and speed for their customers. Robust connectivity is paramount in enabling their investment and human capital to flow more freely across borders, ” he said in a statement.Volkswagen Group opens new regional parts distribution centre in Johor “Our new PDC in Malaysia strengthens Volkswagen Group’s global after sales supply chain – a key milestone in providing improved genuine parts delivery to our customers in Asia Pacific, ” said Roman Havlásek, head of group after sales. In a statement, the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (Mida) said it welcomes investments such as Volkswagen Group that strengthen the linkages within the local industry, create jobs for Malaysians and enhance Malaysia’s positioning as a global supply chain hub. Mida noted that the Global Trading Centre (GTC) scheme was announced in Budget 2021, and it provides a tax incentive and facilitation to ease import and export activities and aims to support companies in key manufacturing and services sectors venturing into procurement, distribution and trade activities to further strengthen their global supply chain.
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