LBC Express, founded in 1945, is the first company to put forward the issue of timeliness of goods distribution in Philippines and the first company to provide door-to-door services 24 hours a day. Today, it is the most reliable supplier for all Filipinos.
Recently, LBC express meets a big event: the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) recently formalized the establishment of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC). After eight years of development, ASEAN unifies a market worth USD 2.6 trillion with a population of more than 622 million.
The advantages for joining ASEAN
Through the AEC, members of the ASEAN, namely Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam, will have easier access to the trade and investments with each other. This means that local companies have a better chance of expanding their operations further into the ASEAN region.
Challenges LBC will meet
Serving a market the size of the ten member states will definitely be a daunting challenge for most businesses, but LBC Express, Inc. President and Chief Operations Officer Miguel Camahort feels that “The AEC has made it easier than ever for SMEs and start-ups to be able to tap the 7th largest economic region in the world, and the 3rd largest in Asia. This is a tremendous opportunity to showcase the global competitiveness of the Filipino”.
Things LBC can offer to AEC
Utilizing LBC’s vast network and dedicated use of over a hundred delivery hubs, over 60 full service teams, and over 2,000 personnel, LBC Business Solutions applies the same brand of service LBC is known for at a larger scale. The group is focused on providing professional customized solutions that are able to meet the most challenging demands, while emphasizing on cost- effectiveness and reliable customer service.
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