广西南宁市蓝添化工有限公司

Headquarter: Chemical Industry Park, Economic Development Zone,  JiNan City,  ShanDong Province, China.

Phone +86-152 8958 7728

Angela@BlueSkytcca.com

BOI seeks Taiwan investments in PH cold chain – PortCalls

The Board of Investments (BOI) is looking for Taiwanese investments in the Philippine cold chain sector.
The BOI and Taiwan Cold Chain Association (TCCA) will soon sign a memorandum of understanding that seeks to facilitate a more modern, greener and sustainable cold chain industry in the Philippines; share best practices; and develop standards.
The BOI also hopes to link Taiwanese investors with Philippine companies engaged in the cold chain industry for future investments.
Taiwan’s advanced cold chain solutions and state-of-the-art supply chain systems coupled with its collaboration with other economies ushered in the forging of an MOU for capacity-building on cold chain solutions for Filipino workers, BOI said in a statement.
BOI officials met with top Taiwanese logistics firms, including from Evergreen International Storage and Transport Corp and Evergreen Logistics Corp; YES Liberal Logistics Corp; Advantech Company Ltd.; and RD&D Cold Logistics Co on August 23 to 25.
In addition, BOI governor Marjorie Ramos-Samaniego and director Raquel Echague of the Resource-Based Industries Service met with TCCA chairman Freezer Lin, jointly with the Department of Commerce-Ministry of Economic Affairs and Industrial Technology Research Institute, to discuss areas of collaboration on cold chain industry development.
Echague said collaboration among key stakeholders from both economies is a “building block” to make the Philippines a hub for smart cold chain and logistics services in Asia by 2028.
RELATED READ: 
PH cold chain sector adding 132k pallet positions
Cold chain industry sees 10% annual growth since 2020
PH cold chain database launched
BOI seeks investments for cold chain sector


PortCalls Asia is a news and data provider for cargo transport and logistics professionals which began publication in 1996. It focuses on Asian news but also covers developments elsewhere.
Contact us: info@portcalls.com
Copyright © 2021 PortCalls Asia. All rights reserved.

source

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

*