Tri-Mode obtains freight forward license from Customs Department

KUALA LUMPUR: Tri-Mode System (M) Bhd has obtained the freight forwarding agent license from the Royal Malaysian Customs Department (RMCD) on Sept 1 via International integrated logistics services (IILS) status, approved by the Malaysian Investment Development Authority in 2021.

The integrated logistics service provider, in a statement, said with the latest status, Tri-Mode would be able to provide integrated logistics services under a single entity to customers more efficiently with cost and time savings.

In addition, Tri-Mode’s associate company, Atama Logistics (M) Sdn Bhd obtained its Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) certification by RMCD effective from Aug 10.

With this AEO certification, the company is able to represent AEO status international agencies, multinational corporations (MNC), public listed companies and its selected customers on priority fast customs clearance, faster release shipments, lower rate of physical inspection of cargo and enhanced security of the transaction and improve risk mitigation.

Group managing director Datuk Hew Han Seng disclosed that Tri-Mode was also in the final stage of obtaining certification from Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA) for its road transport division.

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