Teleport Aims To Enhance Connection With Sarawak Business Community Via STATOS

Teleport, the logistics venture of Capital A (formerly AirAsia Group Bhd), is looking forward to engaging further with the Sarawak business community through its participation in the Sarawak Trade and Tourism Office Singapore (STATOS) trade and business roadshow.

In a statement today, Teleport said it received enthusiastic responses from potential exporters, manufacturers and service providers in the Sarawak northern city roadshow which kicked off here yesterday, and expects to meet more seminar participants in Bintulu and Kuching later in the week.

During the roadshow, Teleport Singapore country head, Natasia Jerah shared insights into how the company could facilitate trade not only between Sarawak and Singapore, but also with the rest of Malaysia, the ASEAN region and beyond by leveraging AirAsia’s passenger aircraft belly space for cargo.

“With more than 330 weekly AirAsia flights within, to and from Sarawak, Teleport is in the best position to provide unrivalled logistics solutions to farmers, manufacturers, agri and food producers who wish to market their goods beyond their home grounds,” the statement said.

Apart from Malaysia and Singapore, Teleport by AirAsia connects to the whole of ASEAN and the wider Asia-Pacific region that includes China, Japan, Korea, Australia and New Zealand, as well as South Asia and the Middle East.

Co-hosted by the Sarawak Manufacturers Association (SMA), the STATOS roadshow aims to further promote trade and investments between Sarawak and Singapore and open more opportunities for Sarawak exporters to market their products internationally.

The next roadshow will be held in Bintulu on March 8, followed by Kuching on March 10, and participation is complimentary and open to all businesses and individuals.

Business organisations can obtain further details and register for the seminar by visiting

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