With 25% of the world’s goods passing through Singapore Strait each year, it’s easy to see the strategic value that a hub has for the TCB Group.
As a crossroads to east-west trade, TCB Singapore is located in the heart of the Asian continent and connects us with the rapidly expanding markets in China and Australasia and the rest of the world.
Our team at TCB Singapore work on behalf of local, regional and international customers providing core services of freight consolidation, freight forwarding, freight consultancy and warehousing, complimenting the other TCB Group hubs based in the United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland and North America.
Singapore has long been of strategic significance in terms of regional and global connectivity. Our presence in the region, since 2010, has given us an in depth understanding of the economic and cultural differences which allows us to provide a quality service to those local organisations, businesses and individuals who seek to move freight and cargo throughout the region and across the world.
TCB Singapore additionally, plays a critical role in the service delivery for those TCB Group customers who seek to ship cargo throughout the region. Other customers take advantage of the 30,000sqft warehouse facility in the vibrant and strategically located the Tuas Mega Port. Here our services includes inventory management, cargo-handling and order fulfilment.
Our team comprises local people, expert in shipping, freight forwarding and freight consolidation all driven by the core values that have made TCB Singapore one of the most dynamic freight forwarding companies in the region.
To find out more information on TCB Singapore or how we can add value to your supply chain then please get in touch with one of our team.
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