Tasco set to improve cold chain ops with Japan tie-up

Sahreholder Agreement Signing Ceremony between TASCO Berhad and Japan Overseas Infrastructure Investment Corporation for Transport & Urban Development (JOIN). From left to right: JOIN Managing Executive Officer Noriyoshi Torigoe, Japanese Ambassador Makio Miyagawa, Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng and TASCO Executive Chairman Lee Check Poh. - The Star

SEPANG: Logistics and warehousing giant Tasco Bhd will be banking on its strategic partnership with Japan to bring the Malaysian cold chain logistics to greater heights.

Executive chairman Lee Check Poh said Tasco planned to grow its capabilities through the expansion of warehousing and trucking, food safety compliance and technologies to make Malaysia a leader in cold chain and food retail logistics sector regionally.

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