Transport between Southeast Asia

Freight Container
Amount of mixed loading with China

Eligible Applicant

For those in charge of A.S.E.A.N. trade, especially Vietnam, Cambodia, and Myanmar trade.


Those who trade with A.S.E.A.N., transport goods after export customs clearance in marine containers by sea in each place when importing the produced products to Japan.

There are longer voyage days and sometimes transshipments compared to Japan-China trade, and we always struggle with the uncertainties in the transportation routes.

Although there are many shipping companies and many options for transportation, we were not certain how to actually shorten the lead time and transport at the optimum cost.

In A.S.E.A.N. trade in emerging countries, one of the biggest issues was the lack of laws and local information (since those are sometimes not stipulated).

Uncertainties in infrastructure such as shipping were also the cause of worry in those countries, therefore lead times and costs were not stable.



FC Standard Logistics will distribute “Pre-Alert” to all customers and provide real-time information on shipping reservation information and transshipment status.

“Where is the cargo?”
The FCSL operations team keeps track of cargo in P2D (Port to Door) by constantly estimating and sharing cargo information.

Our dedicated A.S.E.A.N. operation team will deliver the cargo to the right place at the right time and cost for customers.

More reasons to chose us

Compared to other companies, it took five hours a week for us to manage shipping from the time the product was shipped from the factory to the time it arrived at the distribution center in Japan.

Now, the lead time to the distribution center can be determined simply by calculating back from the delivery date and determining the factory shipping date.



〒104-0045 7-5-3 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
03-5565-8818 Division of Southeast Asia Logistics
Mr. Yamada