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Announcement

Dear Valued Customers,

On 13th October  2020, Malaysian Government has imposed “Conditional Movement Control Order” in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor & Putrajaya to curb the spread of the Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) with effect from 14th – 27th October 2020. However all economic activities in Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya are still permitted to operate as normal.

Under this CMCO, Schenker Malaysia remain business as usual on our operations (Air, Ocean, Logistics & Land) in all our branches and logistics sites in Malaysia.

Please get in touch with your account and program managers so we can do our utmost to support your business continuity. We will continue to provide our updates to you as the situation develops and to make every effort to support your business.

We appreciate your patience and support, as we manage this situation together as one.

Updates from Malaysia

Product Updates

Air Freight

Operations continue running with skeleton staff in the office in all airport offices with staggered working hours. Customs Clearance is allowed however shipments will be held and Only Essential Goods with MITI approvals are allowed for delivery and pickup.

Ocean Freight

All Ocean operations back to normal with 100% workforce. All Malaysia ports and CFS operates as normal.

Contract Logistics

  • 100% operational at all sites and support to all customers given.
  • Workforce segregation and safety measures implemented at all sites.

Land Transport

  • Domestic & Cross Border Movement :100% operational workforce at all sites to support Customers and their movements, domestic and cross borders transportation.

General Information

Moving to Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) taken effect from 10th June until 31st August 2020, all our sites continue activated with necessary preventive measures including, contactless temperature check, sanitization of frequently touched areas, embargo on visitors and availability of hygiene stocks including masks, sanitizers. A all time work force segregation is being practiced with alternated - well spaced – work station arrangements to maximize distance as per standard norms and work from home plans.

In our warehouse we have initiated staggered shifts to minimize contact between teams and overall reduce density. Our business application have been tested for a work from home scenario and we have moved to VPN solutions to be able to access all systems.

COVID-19 Control & Prevention

The COVID-19 outbreak has significantly changed the way we work. Let’s take a peek behind the scenes at some of the preventive measures our team in Malaysia is taking to ensure the safety of our employees and all visitors to our premises. Watch this video to be fully informed on the preventive measures.

https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6662947666684596224 
 

Follow our social media channels for regular and direct updates. Feel free to engage by liking, sharing, and commenting directly on posts.

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Government Announcments

Royal Malaysia Customs Department Announces No Penalty on Late Submission of Returns and Full Remittance Of Penalties for Payment Made By 30th June 2020

The Royal Malaysian Customs Department (RMCD) has announced on May 29, 2020 that the payment for penalty on late submission will be given full remittance if the payment is made by June 30, 2020 as many business and manufacturing activities were unable to operate as normal due to the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO).

In addition, no legal action shall be taken by RMCD on any late submission of returns for the taxable period that is involved.

The remittance will be given for the following:

  • Sales Tax or Service Tax via SST-02 Tax Return
  • Imported Service Tax via SST-02A Form
  • Tourism Tax via TTx-03 Tax Return
  •  Departure Levy via DL-02 Tax Return

For more information on the announcement by RMCD please visit https://www.fmm.org.my/upload/MAKLUMAN%20OPERASI%20JKDM%20PKP%205(2)%2031052020.pdf Please note that the document is in Bahasa Melayu.

Product Updates

Air Freight

Operations continue running with skeleton staff in the office in all airport offices with staggered working hours. Customs Clearance is allowed however shipments will be held and Only Essential Goods with MITI approvals are allowed for delivery and pickup.

Ocean Freight

All Ocean operations back to normal with 100% workforce. All Malaysia ports and CFS operates as normal.

Contract Logistics

  • 100% operational at all sites and support to all customers given.
  • Workforce segregation and safety measures implemented at all sites.

Land Transport

  • Domestic Distribution : Areas surrounding Enhanced Movement Control Order “EMCO” are being heightened by the Authorities. Distribution within the areas categorised under EMCO or Red Zones are subjected to approval from the Authorities. Please refer to Majlis Keselamatan Negara website for areas affected
    https://www.mkn.gov.my/web/ms/
  • Domestic & Cross Border Movement :
    - 100% operational workforce at all sites to support Customers and their movements, domestic and cross borders transportation.
    - Under the CMCO Phase 5, distribution beyond “Essential Products” have been lifted by the Government. For further check of products allowed, please refer to Malaysian National Security Council (Majlis Keselamatan Negara Malaysia) or from MITI website on the approval listing.

General Information

Moving to  Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) taken effect from 10th June until 31st August 2020, all our sites continue activated with necessary preventive measures including, contactless temperature check, sanitization of frequently touched areas, embargo on visitors and availability of hygiene stocks including masks, sanitizers. A all time work force segregation is being practiced with alternated -well spaced –work station arrangements to maximize distance as per standard norms and work from home plans.

In our warehouse we have initiated staggered shifts to minimize contact between teams and overall reduce density. Our business application have been tested for a work from home scenario and we have moved to VPN solutions to be able to access all systems.

COVID-19 Control & Prevention

The COVID-19 outbreak has significantly changed the way we work. Let’s take a peek behind the scenes at some of the preventive measures our team in Malaysia is taking to ensure the safety of our employees and all visitors to our premises. Watch this video to be fully informed on the preventive measures.

https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6662947666684596224 
 

Follow our social media channels for regular and direct updates. Feel free to engage by liking, sharing, and commenting directly on posts.

Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn

Government Annoucements

Announcement from Prime Minister of Malaysia CMCOtoend,replacedwith“recoveryMCO’(RMCO) Until 31st August 2020

Prime Minister TanSriMuhyiddin Yassin announced that the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) currently enforced will end June 9 and will be replaced with the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO). In a special televised address, Muhyiddin said the RMCO would take effect from June 10 until Aug 31 with more lenient restrictions. https://www.pmo.gov.my/wpcontent/uploads/2020/06/Teks-Perutusan-YAB-PM-PKPP-07062020.pdf Please note that the document is in Bahasa Melayu.

Royal Malaysia Customs Department Announces No Penalty on Late Submission of Returns and Full Remittance Of Penalties for Payment Made By 30thJune 2020

The Royal Malaysian Customs Department (RMCD) has announced on May 29, 2020 that the payment for penalty on late submission will be given full remittance if the payment is made by June 30, 2020 as many business and manufacturing activities were unable to operate as normal due to the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO). 

In addition, no legal action shall be taken by RMCD on any late submission of returnsfor the taxable period that is involved.

The remittance will be given for the following: 

  • Sales Tax or Service Tax via SST-02 Tax Return
  • Imported Service Tax via SST-02A Form
  • Tourism Tax via TTx-03 Tax Return
  • Departure Levy via DL-02 Tax Return

For more information on the announcement by RMCD please visit https://www.fmm.org.my/upload/MAKLUMAN%20OPERASI%20JKDM%20PKP%205(2)%2031052020.pdf
Please note that the document is in Bahasa Melayu. 

Product Updates

Air Freight

Operations continue running with skeleton staff in the office in all airport offices with staggered working hours. Customs Clearance is allowed however shipments will be held and Only Essential Goods with MITI approvals are allowed for delivery and pickup.

Ocean Freight

Operations continue running in both Northport and Seaport , CFS with normal operating hours. Skeleton staff in office -Customer services running from 9.00am to 4pm. Those essential products and those with MITI approval only can be arranged for delivery / collection.

Contract Logistics

  • 100% operational at all sites and support to all customers given.
  • Workforce segregation and safety measures implemented at all sites.

Land Transport

  • Domestic Distribution : Areas surrounding Enhanced Movement Control Order “EMCO” are being heightened by the Authorities. Distribution within the areas categorised under EMCO or Red Zones are subjected to approval from the Authorities. Please refer to Majlis Keselamatan Negara website for areas affected
    https://www.mkn.gov.my/web/ms/
  • Domestic & Cross Border Movement :
    - 100% operational workforce at all sites to support Customers and their movements, domestic and cross borders transportation.
    - Under the CMCO Phase 5, distribution beyond “Essential Products” have been lifted by the Government. For further check of products allowed, please refer to Malaysian National Security Council (Majlis Keselamatan Negara Malaysia) or from MITI website on the approval listing.

General Information

Moving to  Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) taken effect from 10th June until 31st August 2020, all our sites continue activated with necessary preventive measures including, contactless temperature check, sanitization of frequently touched areas, embargo on visitors and availability of hygiene stocks including masks, sanitizers. A all time work force segregation is being practiced with alternated -well spaced –work station arrangements to maximize distance as per standard norms and work from home plans.

In our warehouse we have initiated staggered shifts to minimize contact between teams and overall reduce density. Our business application have been tested for a work from home scenario and we have moved to VPN solutions to be able to access all systems.

COVID-19 Control & Prevention

The COVID-19 outbreak has significantly changed the way we work. Let’s take a peek behind the scenes at some of the preventive measures our team in Malaysia is taking to ensure the safety of our employees and all visitors to our premises. Watch this video to be fully informed on the preventive measures.

https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6662947666684596224 
 

Follow our social media channels for regular and direct updates. Feel free to engage by liking, sharing, and commenting directly on posts.

Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn

Product Updates

Air Freight

Operations continue running with skeleton staff in the office in all airport offices with staggered working hours. Customs Clearance is allowed however shipments will be held and Only Essential Goods with MITI approvals are allowed for delivery and pickup.

Ocean Freight

Operations continue running in both Northport and Seaport , CFS with normal operating hours. Skeleton staff in office - Customer services running from 9.00am to 4pm. Those essential products and those with MITI approval only can be arranged for delivery / collection.

Contract Logistics

  • 100% operational at all sites and support to all customers given.
  • Workforce segregation and safety measures implemented at all sites.

Land Transport

  • Domestic Distribution : Areas surrounding Enhanced Movement Control Order “EMCO” are being heightened by the Authorities. Distribution within the areas categorised under EMCO or Red Zones are subjected to approval from the Authorities. Please refer to Majlis Keselamatan Negara website for areas affected
    https://www.mkn.gov.my/web/ms/
  • Domestic & Cross Border Movement :
    - 100% operational workforce at all sites to support Customers and their movements, domestic and cross borders transportation.
    - Under the CMCO Phase 5, distribution beyond “Essential Products” have been lifted by the Government. For further check of products allowed, please refer to Malaysian National Security Council (Majlis Keselamatan Negara Malaysia) or from MITI website on the approval listing.

General Information

Moving to phase five of Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO5) extended to 9th June, all our sites continue activated with necessary preventive measures including, contactless temperature check, sanitization of frequently touched areas, embargo on visitors and availability of hygiene stocks including masks, sanitizers. A all time work force segregation is being practiced with alternated - well spaced – work station arrangements to maximize distance as per standard norms and work from home plans.

In our warehouse we have initiated staggered shifts to minimize contact between teams and overall reduce density. Our business application have been tested for a work from home scenario and we have moved to VPN solutions to be able to access all systems.

COVID-19 Control & Prevention

The COVID-19 outbreak has significantly changed the way we work. Let’s take a peek behind the scenes at some of the preventive measures our team in Malaysia is taking to ensure the safety of our employees and all visitors to our premises. Watch this video to be fully informed on the preventive measures.

https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6662947666684596224 

Follow our social media channels for regular and direct updates. Feel free to engage by liking, sharing, and commenting directly on posts.

Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn

Governement Annoucements 

Announcement from Prime Minister of Malaysia on CMCO

On 10th May 2020, Prime Minister of Malaysia Tan Sri Muhyiddin announced, the Conditional Movement Control Order is extended another four weeks from 12th May to 9th June 2020. Visit full announcement https://www.pmo.gov.my/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Teks-Perutusan-KhasYAB-PM-10052020.pdf Please note that the documentis in Bahasa Melayu.

Application for Waiver of Storage & Removal Charges in Port Klang during Movement Control Order

Application for Waiver of Storage and Removal Charges from Ports, Port Klang has further updated on the deadline and guidelines for submission of the request for waiver on storage and removal charges for containers and break-bulk cargoes (non-essential goods) for the period stated below :-

  1. Containers / cargoes discharged between March 30, 2020 to April 7, 2020
    Delivered from Port between April 4, 2020 to April 7, 2020
  2. Containers / cargoes discharged between April 8, 2020 to April 15, 2020
    Delivered from Port between April 13, 2020 to April 15, 2020
  3. Containers / cargoes discharged between April 16, 2020 to April 23, 2020
    Delivered from Port between April 20, 2020 to April 23, 2020

All requests for waivers must be submitted in writing to the Terminal Operators before May 15, 2020 and include the following details:

  • a) BL Copy
  • b) Discharge date of container / cargo
  • c) Gate out date of container / cargo
  • d) Invoice from respective Ports

The details of the respective Terminal Operators as below:

Product Updates

Air Freight

Operations continue running with skeleton staff in the office in all airport offices with staggered working hours. Customs Clearance is allowed however shipments will be held and Only Essential Goods with MITI approvals are allowed for delivery and pickup.

Ocean Freight

Operations continue running in both Northport and Seaport , CFS with normal operating hours. Skeleton staff in office - Customer services running from 9.00am to 4pm. Those essential products and those with MITI approval only can be arranged for delivery / collection.

Contract Logistics

  • 100% operational at all sites and support to all customers given.
  • Workforce segregation and safety measures implemented at all sites.

Land Transport

  • Domestic Distribution : Areas surrounding Enhanced Movement Control Order “EMCO” are being heightened by the Authorities. Distribution within the areas categorised under EMCO or Red Zones are subjected to approval from the Authorities. Please refer to Majlis Keselamatan Negara website for areas affected 
    https://www.mkn.gov.my/web/ms/
  • Domestic & Cross Border Movement : Stricter movement checks by the Police and Authorities on essential items and approval by MITI are allowed to be transported. Kindly refer the allowed list approved by the Malaysian National Security Council (Majlis Keselamatan Negara Malaysia) or from MITI website on the approval listing.

General Information

Moving to phase five of Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO5) extended to 9th June, all our sites continue activated with necessary preventive measures including, contactless temperature check, sanitization of frequently touched areas, embargo on visitors and availability of hygiene stocks including masks, sanitizers. A all time work force segregation is being practiced with alternated - well spaced – work station arrangements to maximize distance as per standard norms and work from home plans.

In our warehouse we have initiated staggered shifts to minimize contact between teams and overall reduce density. Our business application have been tested for a work from home scenario and we have moved to VPN solutions to be able to access all systems.

COVID-19 Control & Prevention

The COVID-19 outbreak has significantly changed the way we work. Let’s take a peek behind the scenes at some of the preventive measures our team in Malaysia is taking to ensure the safety of our employees and all visitors to our premises. Watch this video to be fully informed on the preventive measures.

https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6662947666684596224 

Recent updates on DB Schenker Asia Pacific social media channels

Charter Flight
Medical Gloves Special Shipment Transported 8 Units Helicopter
Dedicated Charter Flight TPE-PEN-TPE
Passenger Aircraft Turn Into Freighters

Follow our social media channels for regular and direct updates. Feel free to engage by liking, sharing, and commenting directly on posts.

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Government to Allow Majority of the Economics Sectors and Business Activities to Operate Effective 4th May, 2020

YAB Prime Minister had announced on May 1, 2020 that the Government will allow most of the economic sector and business activities to resume operations on May 4, 2020 based on normal operating capacity and operating hours but subject to Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) that must be adhered under a Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO). The CMCO requires companies to adhere to the following:


Companies Approved by MITI Allowed Operate at Full Capacity Under MCO Without Time Restriction

MITI has announced on 28thth April 2020 allow various economic sectors approved to operate during the Movement Control Period of phases 1, 2, and 3 to operate at full capacity without time limit and according to their respective industry requirements.

For more information please visit : https://www.miti.gov.my/miti/resources/Media%20Release/Kenyataan_Akhbar_- _Peningkatan_Kapasiti_Beroperasi_Untuk_Membangun_Semula_Ekonomi.pdf Please note that the document is in Bahasa Melayu.

  1. Effective from May 4, 2020, companies that have not submitted application to operate under the Movement Control Order (MCO) Phase 1, 2 and 3 are requested to provide company information and declare commitment to comply to the established SOP through the following link: https://notification.miti.gov.my/login by May 12, 2020.This notification is not an application to operate but to record company information and commitment of the company to comply to the SOPs that has been established.
  2. Please refer to the website of National Security Council (Majlis Keselamatan Negara - MKN) at https://www.mkn.gov.my/web/ms/sop-pembukaan-semula-ekonomi/ or the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) website https://www.pmo.gov.my/2020/05/sop-pembukaan-semula-sektorekonomi/ which list the SOP for Reopening of the Economy and the list of activities that are disallowed. These activities are disallowed because the Government does not permit large public gatherings, gatherings in enclosed spaces and activities that have close contact.
  3. In addition to complying to the SOP for Reopening of the Economy, businesses allowed to operate are required to comply to their respective SOPs. For manufacturing, this SOP can be obtained from the MKN website via the following link: https://www.mkn.gov.my/wpcontent/uploads/2019/07/04b-MITI-Pembuatan.pdf or the PMO website through the following link: https://www.pmo.gov.my/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/04b-MITI-Pembuatan.pdf

Latest Procedures For Endorsement of Preferential Certificate of Origin (PCO) For Companies During The Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) Period

Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) would like to announce the latest procedures for endorsement of the Preferential Certificate of Origin (PCO) under the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) schemes during the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) period that will take effect from 4 May 2020. The implementation of the current procedures is key to ensure all import and export activities with the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) partner countries and the Generalised System of Preferences (GSP) donor countries can be continued.

For more information please visit : https://www.miti.gov.my/miti/resources/Media%20Release/Media_Release_- _Latest_Procedures_for_Endorsement_of_Preferential_Certificate_of_Origin_for_Companies_During_the_Condi tional_Movement_Control_Order_(CMCO)_Period.pdf

FAQ (in Bahasa Melayu) : https://www.miti.gov.my/miti/resources/Media%20Release/SOALAN_LAZIM_(FAQ)_Siaran_Media_MITI_- _TATACARA_PENGESAHAN_STBK_(PCO)_BAGI_SYARIKAT_SEPANJANG_TEMPOH_PKPB.final_.pdf

Guide to Submit Company Declarations (via CIMS 3.0)

With the Movement Control Order now in its current state, a new portal is up for companies to submit their declarations. Click on below link to view the step by step guide on how to submit the declaration.

https://amcham.com.my/2020/05/04/guide-to-submit-company-declarations-via-cims-3-0/

Royal Malaysian Customs Department Announces No Penalty on Late Submission of Returns and Full Remittance of Penalties for Payments Made by May 31, 2020

Following the further extension of Movement Control Order (MCO) to May 12, 2020, the Royal Malaysian Customs Department (RMCD) has announced that the payment on penalty during MCO will be given full remittance should the payment been made by May 31, 2020. In addition, no action shall be taken by RMCD on any late submission of returns for the taxable period that is involved.

For more information please visit : https://mysst.customs.gov.my/assets/document/Annoucement/MAKLUMAN%20OPERASI%20JKDM%20PKP%2 04.pdf Please note that the document is in Bahasa Melayu.

Air Freight

Operations continue running with skeleton staff in the office in all airport offices with staggered working hours. Customs Clearance is allowed however shipments will be held and Only Essential Goods with MITI approvals are allowed for delivery and pickup.

Ocean Freight

Operations continue running in both Northport and Seaport , CFS with normal operating hours. Skeleton staff in office - Customer services running from 9.00am to 4pm. Those essential products and those with MITI approval only can be arranged for delivery / collection.

Contract Logistics

  • 100% operational at all sites and support to all customers given.
  • Workforce segregation and safety measures implemented at all sites.

Land Transport

  • Domestic Distribution : Areas surrounding Enhanced Movement Control Order “EMCO” are being heighten by the Authorities. Distribution within the areas categorised under EMCO or Red Zones are subjected to approval from the Authorities. Please refer to Majlis Keselamatan Negara website for areas affected https://www.mkn.gov.my/web/ms/
  • Domestic & Cross Border Movement : Stricter movement checks by the Police and Authorities on essential items and approval by MITI are allowed to be transported. Kindly refer the allowed list approved by the Malaysian National Security Council (Majlis Keselamatan Negara Malaysia) or from MITI website on the approval listing.

General Information

Moving to phase four of Movement Control Order extended to 12 May, all our sites continue activated with necessary preventive measures including, contactless temperature check, sanitization of frequently touched areas, embargo on visitors and availability of hygiene stocks including masks, sanitizers. A all time work force segregation is being practiced with alternated - well spaced – work station arrangements to maximize distance as per standard norms and work from home plans.

In our warehouse we have initiated staggered shifts to minimize contact between teams and overall reduce density. Our business application have been tested for a work from home scenario and we have moved to VPN solutions to be able to access all systems.

COVID-19 Control & Prevention

The COVID-19 outbreak has significantly changed the way we work. Let’s take a peek behind the scenes at some of the preventive measures our team in Malaysia is taking to ensure the safety of our employees and all visitors to our premises. Watch this video to be fully informed on the preventive measures.

https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6662947666684596224 

Royal Malaysian Customs Department Announces No Penalty on Late Submission of Returns and Full Remittance of Penalties for Payments Made by May 31, 2020

Following the further extension of Movement Control Order (MCO) to May 12, 2020, the Royal Malaysian Customs Department (RMCD) has announced that the payment on penalty during MCO will be given full remittance should the payment been made by May 31, 2020. In addition, no action shall be taken by RMCD on any late submission of returns for the taxable period that is involved.

For more information please visit : https://mysst.customs.gov.my/assets/document/Annoucement/MAKLUMAN%20OPERASI%20JKDM%20PKP%2 04.pdf  Please note that the document is in Bahasa Melayu.

Companies Approved by MITI Allowed Operate at Full Capacity Under MCO Without Time Restriction

MITI has announced on 28thth April 2020 allow various economic sectors approved to operate during the Movement Control Period of phases 1, 2, and 3 to operate at full capacity without time limit and according to their respective industry requirements.

For more information please visit : https://www.miti.gov.my/miti/resources/Media%20Release/Kenyataan_Akhbar_- _Peningkatan_Kapasiti_Beroperasi_Untuk_Membangun_Semula_Ekonomi.pdf Please note that the document is in Bahasa Melayu.

Announcement by Senior Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali from the Ministry of International Trade & Industry (MITI)

Allowing Additional Economic Sectors To Operate

MITI has undertaken engagement sessions with industry associations, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), local and international Chambers of Commerce as well as other relevant Ministries and agencies in order to identify the additional economic sectors to be allowed to operate subject to the guidelines set by the Ministry of Health (MOH). The Cabinet agreed to allow additional economic sectors to operate in phases subject to compliance with health guidelines and strict movement control.

For more information please visit : https://www.miti.gov.my/miti/resources/Media%20Release/Press_Conference__Allowing_Additional_Economic_Sectors_to_Operate.pdf

Information that companies need to prepare before applying to MITI for approval to operate during extended MCO

The Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) has updated for companies to prepare the necessary information, for the application for approval to operate during the Movement Control Oder (MCO). The online application will open on April 13, 2020 at 9.00 am and will be paperless i.e. fully digital. Further information please visit www.miti.gov.my Companies to register via the online portal at https://application.miti.gov.my/register

Air Freight

Operations continue running with skeleton staff in the office in all airport offices with staggered working hours. Customs Clearance is allowed however shipments will be held and Only Essential Goods with MITI approvals are allowed for delivery and pickup.

Ocean Freight

Operations continue running in both Northport and Seaport , CFS with normal operating hours. Skeleton staff in office - Customer services running from 9.00am to 4pm. Those essential products and those with MITI approval only can be arranged for delivery / collection.

Contract Logistics

  • 100% operational at all sites and support to all customers given.
  • Workforce segregation and safety measures implemented at all sites.

Land Transport

  • Domestic Distribution : Areas surrounding Enhanced Movement Control Order “EMCO” are being heighten by the Authorities. Distribution within the areas categorised under EMCO or Red Zones are subjected to approval from the Authorities. Please refer to Majlis Keselamatan Negara website for areas affected https://www.mkn.gov.my/web/ms/
  • Domestic & Cross Border Movement : Stricter movement checks by the Police and Authorities on essential items and approval by MITI are allowed to be transported. Kindly refer the allowed list approved by the Malaysian National Security Council (Majlis Keselamatan Negara Malaysia) or from MITI website on the approval listing.
  • Cross Border SIN Movement : Consignor/Consignee to provide Singapore’s Ministry Trade and Industry (MTI) approval letter at point of booking to Schenker to facilitate truck movement in and out of Singapore.

General Information

Moving to phase four of Movement Control Order extended to 12 May, all our sites continue activated with necessary preventive measures including, contactless temperature check, sanitization of frequently touched areas, embargo on visitors and availability of hygiene stocks including masks, sanitizers. A all time work force segregation is being practiced with alternated - well spaced – work station arrangements to maximize distance as per standard norms and work from home plans.

In our warehouse we have initiated staggered shifts to minimize contact between teams and overall reduce density. Our business application have been tested for a work from home scenario and we have moved to VPN solutions to be able to access all systems.

Announcement from Prime Minister of Malaysia on MCO

On 23rd April 2020, Prime Minister of Malaysia Tan Sri Muhyiddin announced, the movement control will be extended another two weeks from 29th April to 12th May 2020. Visit full announcement https://www.pmo.gov.my/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Teks_Perutusan_PM_23042020.pdf Please note that the documentis in Bahasa Melayu.

Permissions to Operate for Supply Chain Activity, Food Sector, ETrade and Sub Sectors Regulated by KPDNHEP during MCO Phase 3

During the first two phases of the Movement Control Order (MCO), the Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs approved the operations of various industry players to ensure the public would have access to essential and critical needs.

For the latest update for the third phase of the MCO, please visit : https://www.kpdnhep.gov.my/en/news/621-permohonan-pengesahan-operasi-sektor-bekalan-makanan-edagangan-penjagaan-kesihatan-di-bawah-perintah-kawalan-pergerakan.html

Read full media statement : https://amcham.com.my/wp-content/uploads/20200417-Press-ReleaseKebenaran-Beroperasi-KPK-Fasa-3-vFinal-MKNPMO.docx.pdf

Announcement by Senior Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali from the Ministry of International Trade & Industry (MITI)

Allowing Additional Economic Sectors To Operate

MITI has undertaken engagement sessions with industry associations, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), local and international Chambers of Commerce as well as other relevant Ministries and agencies in order to identify the additional economic sectors to be allowed to operate subject to the guidelines set by the Ministry of Health (MOH). The Cabinet agreed to allow additional economic sectors to operate in phases subject to compliance with health guidelines and strict movement control. For more information please visit : https://www.miti.gov.my/miti/resources/Media%20Release/Press_Conference__Allowing_Additional_Economic_Sectors_to_Operate.pdf

The Operation & Services of Royal Malaysian Customs Department (RMCD) during MCO

Following the announcement by YAB Prime Minister on the further extension of Movement Control Order (MCO) to April 28, 2020, the Royal Malaysian Customs Department (RMCD) has extended the deadline for payment of sales and services tax and other Customs related levies to May 13, 2020. All penalties on payment which receive by May 13, 2020 will be given full remittance. Online payment or postal service is highly encouraged. For more information please visit : https://mysst.customs.gov.my/assets/document/Annoucement/MAKLUMAN%20OPERASI%20DAN%20PERKHID MATAN%20JKDM%20SEMASA%20PKP3.pdf Please note that the document is in Bahasa Melayu.

Approvals To Operate Under Phase 1 & Phase 2 of Movement Control Order (MCO1 & MCO2) Remains Valid for MCO3 Period

Approvals given by MITI to companies to operate over Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the Movement Control Order (MCO1 and MCO2) periods would remain valid throughout the MCO3 period. Companies are however, encouraged to re-apply via the MITI online system at http://application.miti.gov.my/ and not via MITI’s general website address to obtain the new format of approval that has a QR Code to facilitate the enforcement and verification of the approval by the enforcement authorities. For more information please visit : https://www.miti.gov.my/miti/resources/Media%20Release/Siaran_Media__Kelulusan_Syarikat_Beroperasi_Sepanjang_PKP_Fasa_1_2_Terpakai_Semasa_PKP_Fasa_3.pdf

Information that companies need to prepare before applying to MITI for approval to operate during extended MCO

The Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) has updated this morning for companies to prepare the necessary information, for the application for approval to operate during the Movement Control Oder (MCO). The online application will open on April 13, 2020 at 9.00 am and will be paperless i.e. fully digital. Further information please visit www.miti.gov.my Companies to register via the online portal at https://application.miti.gov.my/register

Air Freight

Operations continue running with skeleton staff in the office in all airport offices with staggered working hours. Customs Clearance is allowed however shipments will be held and Only Essential Goods with MITI approvals are allowed for delivery and pickup.

Ocean Freight

Operations continue running in both Northport and Seaport , CFS with normal operating hours.

Skeleton staff  in office  - Customer services  running from 9.00am to 4pm. Those essential products and those with MITI approval only can be arranged for delivery / collection.

Contract Logistics

  • 100% operational at all sites and support to all customers given.
  • Workforce segregation and safety measures implemented at all sites.

Land Transport

  • Domestic Distribution : Areas surrounding Enhanced Movement Control Order “EMCO” are being heighten by the Authorities. Distribution within the areas categorised under EMCO or Red Zones are subjected to approval from the Authorities. Please refer to Majlis Keselamatan Negara website for areas affected https://www.mkn.gov.my/web/ms/
  • Domestic & Cross Border Movement : Stricter movement checks by the Police and Authorities on essential items and approval by MITI are allowed to be transported. Kindly refer the allowed list approved by the Malaysian National Security Council (Majlis Keselamatan Negara Malaysia) or from MITI website on the approval listing.
  • Cross Border SIN Movement : Consignor/Consignee to provide Singapore’s Ministry Trade and Industry (MTI) approval letter at point of booking to Schenker to facilitate truck movement in and out of Singapore.

General Information

Moving to third phase of Movement Control Order extended to 28 April, all our sites continue activated with necessary preventive measures including, contactless temperature check, sanitization of frequently touched areas, embargo on visitors and availability of hygiene stocks including masks, sanitizers. A all time work force segregation is being practiced with alternated - well spaced – work station arrangements to maximize distance as per standard norms and work from home plans.

In our warehouse we have initiated staggered shifts to minimize contact between teams and overall reduce density. Our business application have been tested for a work from home scenario and we have moved to VPN solutions to be able to access all systems.

Fourth Round of Exemption to Clear Import & Export Cargo of All Goods From Ports During Movement Control Order (MCO) Period

Ministry Of Transportation announced on 17th April 2020, a fourth round of exemption to clear import and export cargo from ports during the third phase of extended movement control order (MCO) period. The fourth round of exemption period is from Monday, 20 April 2020 to Thursday, 23 April 2020. The cargo activities at the country's main port continues with the implementation of fourth round to ensure that the activities at the ports remain smooth and that the capacity of space is maintained.

Companies whose goods are stored at Port Klang, ports in Johor, Penang, Kuantan, Melaka, Bintulu and Padang Besar bordering Thailand are advised to move their goods out of those ports from Monday, 20 April 2020 to Thursday, 23 April 2020.

For more information please visit : http://cccovid19.mot.gov.my Read full media statement (in Bahasa Melayu) : http://cccovid19.mot.gov.my/assets/images/preview/17042020_KENYATAAN_MEDIA_YBM_FASA_4_ PELEPASAN_KARGO_DI_PELABUHAN.pdf

Permissions to Operate for Supply Chain Activity, Food Sector, ETrade and Sub Sectors Regulated by KPDNHEP during MCO Phase 3

During the first two phases of the Movement Control Order (MCO), the Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs approved the operations of various industry players to ensure the public would have access to essential and critical needs.

For the latest update for the third phase of the MCO, please visit : https://www.kpdnhep.gov.my/en/news/621-permohonan-pengesahan-operasi-sektor-bekalan-makanan-edagangan-penjagaan-kesihatan-di-bawah-perintah-kawalan-pergerakan.html

Read full media statement : https://amcham.com.my/wp-content/uploads/20200417-Press-ReleaseKebenaran-Beroperasi-KPK-Fasa-3-vFinal-MKNPMO.docx.pdf

Announcement by Senior Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali from the Ministry of International Trade & Industry (MITI)

Allowing Additional Economic Sectors To Operate

MITI has undertaken engagement sessions with industry associations, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), local and international Chambers of Commerce as well as other relevant Ministries and agencies in order to identify the additional economic sectors to be allowed to operate subject to the guidelines set by the Ministry of Health (MOH). The Cabinet agreed to allow additional economic sectors to operate in phases subject to compliance with health guidelines and strict movement control. For more information please visit : https://www.miti.gov.my/miti/resources/Media%20Release/Press_Conference__Allowing_Additional_Economic_Sectors_to_Operate.pdf

The Operation & Services of Royal Malaysian Customs Department (RMCD) during MCO

Following the announcement by YAB Prime Minister on the further extension of Movement Control Order (MCO) to April 28, 2020, the Royal Malaysian Customs Department (RMCD) has extended the deadline for payment of sales and services tax and other Customs related levies to May 13, 2020. All penalties on payment which receive by May 13, 2020 will be given full remittance. Online payment or postal service is highly encouraged. For more information please visit : https://mysst.customs.gov.my/assets/document/Annoucement/MAKLUMAN%20OPERASI%20DAN%20PERKHID MATAN%20JKDM%20SEMASA%20PKP3.pdf Please note that the document is in Bahasa Melayu.

Approvals To Operate Under Phase 1 & Phase 2 of Movement Control Order (MCO1 & MCO2) Remains Valid for MCO3 Period

Approvals given by MITI to companies to operate over Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the Movement Control Order (MCO1 and MCO2) periods would remain valid throughout the MCO3 period. Companies are however, encouraged to re-apply via the MITI online system at http://application.miti.gov.my/ and not via MITI’s general website address to obtain the new format of approval that has a QR Code to facilitate the enforcement and verification of the approval by the enforcement authorities. For more information please visit : https://www.miti.gov.my/miti/resources/Media%20Release/Siaran_Media__Kelulusan_Syarikat_Beroperasi_Sepanjang_PKP_Fasa_1_2_Terpakai_Semasa_PKP_Fasa_3.pdf

Information that companies need to prepare before applying to MITI for approval to operate during extended MCO

The Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) has updated this morning for companies to prepare the necessary information, for the application for approval to operate during the Movement Control Oder (MCO). The online application will open on April 13, 2020 at 9.00 am and will be paperless i.e. fully digital. Further information please visit www.miti.gov.my Companies to register via the online portal at https://application.miti.gov.my/register

Air Freight

Operations continue running with skeleton staff in the office in all airport offices with staggered working hours. Customs Clearance is allowed however shipments will be held and Only Essential Goods with MITI approvals are allowed for delivery and pickup.

Ocean Freight

Operations continue running in both Northport and Seaport , CFS with normal operating hours.

Skeleton staff  in office  - Customer services  running from 9.00am to 4pm. Those essential products and those with MITI approval only can be arranged for delivery / collection.

Contract Logistics

  • 100% operational at all sites and support to all customers given.
  • Workforce segregation and safety measures implemented at all sites.

Land Transport

  • Domestic Distribution : Areas surrounding Enhanced Movement Control Order “EMCO” are being heighten by the Authorities. Distribution within the areas categorised under EMCO or Red Zones are subjected to approval from the Authorities. Please refer to Majlis Keselamatan Negara website for areas affected https://www.mkn.gov.my/web/ms/
  • Domestic & Cross Border Movement : Stricter movement checks by the Police and Authorities on essential items and approval by MITI are allowed to be transported. Kindly refer the allowed list approved by the Malaysian National Security Council (Majlis Keselamatan Negara Malaysia) or from MITI website on the approval listing.
  • Cross Border SIN Movement : Consignor/Consignee to provide Singapore’s Ministry Trade and Industry (MTI) approval letter at point of booking to Schenker to facilitate truck movement in and out of Singapore.

General Information

During this extended period of third phase Movement Control Order to 28 April, all our sites continue activated with necessary preventive measures including, contactless temperature check, sanitization of frequently touched areas, embargo on visitors and availability of hygiene stocks including masks, sanitizers. A all time work force segregation is being practiced with alternated - well spaced – work station arrangements to maximize distance as per standard norms and work from home plans.

In our warehouse we have initiated staggered shifts to minimize contact between teams and overall reduce density. Our business application have been tested for a work from home scenario and we have moved to VPN solutions to be able to access all systems.

Announcement by Senior Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali from the Ministry of International Trade & Industry (MITI)

Allowing Additional Economic Sectors To Operate

MITI has undertaken engagement sessions with industry associations, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), local and international Chambers of Commerce as well as other relevant Ministries and agencies in order to identify the additional economic sectors to be allowed to operate subject to the guidelines set by the Ministry of Health (MOH). The Cabinet agreed to allow additional economic sectors to operate in phases subject to compliance with health guidelines and strict movement control. For more information please visit : https://www.miti.gov.my/miti/resources/Media%20Release/Press_Conference__Allowing_Additional_Economic_Sectors_to_Operate.pdf

The Operation & Services of Royal Malaysian Customs Department (RMCD) during MCO

Following the announcement by YAB Prime Minister on the further extension of Movement Control Order (MCO) to April 28, 2020, the Royal Malaysian Customs Department (RMCD) has extended the deadline for payment of sales and services tax and other Customs related levies to May 13, 2020. All penalties on payment which receive by May 13, 2020 will be given full remittance. Online payment or postal service is highly encouraged. For more information please visit : https://mysst.customs.gov.my/assets/document/Annoucement/MAKLUMAN%20OPERASI%20DAN%20PERKHID MATAN%20JKDM%20SEMASA%20PKP3.pdf Please note that the document is in Bahasa Melayu.

Approvals To Operate Under Phase 1 & Phase 2 of Movement Control Order (MCO1 & MCO2) Remains Valid for MCO3 Period

Approvals given by MITI to companies to operate over Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the Movement Control Order (MCO1 and MCO2) periods would remain valid throughout the MCO3 period. Companies are however, encouraged to re-apply via the MITI online system at http://application.miti.gov.my/ and not via MITI’s general website address to obtain the new format of approval that has a QR Code to facilitate the enforcement and verification of the approval by the enforcement authorities. For more information please visit : https://www.miti.gov.my/miti/resources/Media%20Release/Siaran_Media__Kelulusan_Syarikat_Beroperasi_Sepanjang_PKP_Fasa_1_2_Terpakai_Semasa_PKP_Fasa_3.pdf

Information that companies need to prepare before applying to MITI for approval to operate during extended MCO

The Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) has updated this morning for companies to prepare the necessary information, for the application for approval to operate during the Movement Control Oder (MCO). The online application will open on April 13, 2020 at 9.00 am and will be paperless i.e. fully digital. Further information please visit www.miti.gov.my Companies to register via the online portal at https://application.miti.gov.my/register

Guideline to apply for certification to operate in Food Supply, E-Commerce, Healthcare and Medical Sectors

For more information on the types of retailers under the supervision of KPDNHEP that are allowed throughout the MCO, please visit :  http://www.kpdnhep.gov.my/ms/permohonan  Please note that the application form is in Bahasa Melayu.

Air Freight

Operations continue running with skeleton staff in the office in all airport offices with staggered working hours. Customs Clearance is allowed however shipments will be held and Only Essential Goods with MITI approvals are allowed for delivery and pickup.

Ocean Freight

Operations continue running in both Northport and Seaport , CFS with normal operating hours.

Skeleton staff  in office  - Customer services  running from 9.00am to 4pm. Those essential products and those with MITI approval only can be arranged for delivery / collection.

Contract Logistics

  • 100% operational at all sites and support to all customers given.
  • Workforce segregation and safety measures implemented at all sites.

Land Transport

  • Domestic Distribution : Areas surrounding Enhanced Movement Control Order “EMCO” are being heighten by the Authorities. Distribution within the areas categorised under EMCO or Red Zones are subjected to approval from the Authorities. Please refer to Majlis Keselamatan Negara website for areas affected https://www.mkn.gov.my/web/ms/
  • Domestic & Cross Border Movement : Stricter movement checks by the Police and Authorities on essential items and approval by MITI are allowed to be transported. Kindly refer the allowed list approved by the Malaysian National Security Council (Majlis Keselamatan Negara Malaysia) or from MITI website on the approval listing.
  • Cross Border SIN Movement : Consignor/Consignee to provide Singapore’s Ministry Trade and Industry (MTI) approval letter at point of booking to Schenker to facilitate truck movement in and out of Singapore.

General Information

During this extended period of third phase Movement Control Order to 28 April, all our sites continue activated with necessary preventive measures including, contactless temperature check, sanitization of frequently touched areas, embargo on visitors and availability of hygiene stocks including masks, sanitizers. A all time work force segregation is being practiced with alternated - well spaced – work station arrangements to maximize distance as per standard norms and work from home plans.

In our warehouse we have initiated staggered shifts to minimize contact between teams and overall reduce density. Our business application have been tested for a work from home scenario and we have moved to VPN solutions to be able to access all systems.

Press Release from Minister Of Transport 10 April 2020

Third Round of Exemption to Clear Import and Export Cargo of ALL Goods From Ports During Movement Control Order (MCO) Period

The third round of exemption period is from Monday, 13 April 2020 to Wednesday, 15 April 2020. Companies whose goods are stored at Port Klang, ports in Johor, Penang, Kuantan, Melaka, Bintulu and Padang Besar bordering Thailand are advised to move their goods out of those ports from Monday, 13 April 2020 to Wednesday, 15 April 2020 For more information, please read : https://bit.ly/10042020_PRESS_RELEASE_YBM_3RD_PORT_CLEARING_EXERCISE_TO_BE_CARRIED

Information that companies need to prepare before applying to MITI for approval to operate during extended MCO

The Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) has updated this morning for companies to prepare the necessary information, for the application for approval to operate during the Movement Control Oder (MCO). The online application will open on April 13, 2020 at 9.00 am and will be paperless i.e. fully digital. Further information please visit www.miti.gov.my Companies to register via the online portal at https://application.miti.gov.my/register

Announcement from Prime Minister of Malaysia on MCO

On 10th April 2020, Prime Minister of Malaysia Tan Sri Muhyiddin announced, the movement control is extended another two weeks from 15th April to 28th April 2020. Visit full announcement https://www.pmo.gov.my/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Teks-Perutusan-Khas-YAB-PM-10042020.pdf Please note that the document is in Bahasa Melayu.

Logistics, Transportation Services For Companies Manufacturing Essential Goods Permitted To Operate

Logistics and transportation services for companies in the manufacturing essential and critical items are permitted to operate during the Movement Control Order (MCO). For more information please visit : https://amcham.com.my/wp-content/uploads/5.PERKHIDMATAN-LOGISTIK-YANG-MENYOKONG-SYARIKAT-PEMBUATAN-PRODUK-PENTING-DIBENARKAN-BEROPERASI_21-MAC-2020-1-LHA.pdf
Please note that the document is in Bahasa Melayu.

Guideline to apply for certification to operate in Food Supply, E-Commerce, Healthcare and Medical Sectors

For more information on the types of retailers under the supervision of KPDNHEP that are allowed throughout the MCO, please visit :  http://www.kpdnhep.gov.my/ms/permohonan  Please note that the application form is in Bahasa Melayu.

Air Freight

Operations continue running with skeleton staff in the office in all airport offices with staggered working hours. Customs Clearance is allowed however shipments will be held and Only Essential Goods with MITI approvals are allowed for delivery and pickup.

Ocean Freight

Operations continue running in both Northport and Seaport , CFS with normal operating hours.

Skeleton staff  in office  - Customer services  running from 9.00am to 4pm. Those essential products and those with MITI approval only can be arranged for delivery / collection.

Contract Logistics

  • 100% operational at all sites and support to all customers given.
  • Workforce segregation and safety measures implemented at all sites.

Land Transport

  • Daily Operations : Staffing continue operating in shifts at all branches with staggered working hours.
  • Domestic Distribution : Areas surrounding Simpang Renggam in Johor is under total lockdown by Royal Malaysia Police due to COVID-19 spread in the area. Hence, any distribution within or road passing through the area will be affected.
  • Domestic & Cross Border Movement : Stricter movement checks by the Police and Authorities on essential items and approval by MITI are allowed to be transported. Kindly refer the allowed list approved by Malaysian National Security Council (Majlis Keselamatan Negara Malaysia) under FAQ link. https://www.mkn.gov.my/web/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2020/04/2-April-2020-FAQ-MKN-PKP-Tahap-2.pdf.pdf
  • Cross Border SIN Movement : Consignor/Consignee to provide Singapore’s Ministry Trade and Industry (MTI) approval letter at point of booking to Schenker to facilitate truck movement in Singapore.

General Information

All our sites have been activated with necessary preventive measures including, contactless temperature check, sanitization of frequently touched areas, embargo on visitors and availability of hygiene stocks including masks, sanitizers. A all time work force segregation is being practiced with alternated - well spaced – work station arrangements to maximize distance as per standard norms and work from home plans.

In our warehouse we have initiated staggered shifts to minimize contact between teams and overall reduce density. Our business application have been tested for a work from home scenario and we have moved to VPN solutions to be able to access all systems.


Announcement from Prime Minister of Malaysia on MCO

On 10th April 2020, Prime Minister of Malaysia Tan Sri Muhyiddin announced, the movement control is extended another two weeks from 15th April to 28th April 2020. Visit full announcement https://www.pmo.gov.my/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Teks-Perutusan-Khas-YAB-PM-10042020.pdf Please note that the document is in Bahasa Melayu.

Companies with MITI’s Approval Letter May Continue To Operate During Extended Movement Control Order

The Ministry of International Trade & Industry (MITI) has approved for companies to resume their operations while the Movement Control Order (MCO) remains in effect until 14 April 2020. This approval also applies to essential goods. For more information please visit :

English Version : https://amcham.com.my/wp-content/uploads/3.-COMPANIES-WITH-MITI’S-APPROVAL-LETTER-MAY-CONTINUE-TO-OPERATE-DURING-EXTENDED-MOVEMENT-CONTROL-ORDER_25-MARCH-2020.pdf

BM Version : https://amcham.com.my/wp-content/uploads/3.-KELULUSAN-MITI-KEPADA-SYARIKAT-UNTUK-BEROPERASI-TERPAKAI-SEPANJANG-PEMANJANGAN-TEMPOH-PERINTAH-KAWALAN-PERGERAKAN_25-MAC-2020.pdf

Logistics, Transportation Services For Companies Manufacturing Essential Goods Permitted To Operate

Logistics and transportation services for companies in the manufacturing essential and critical items are permitted to operate during the Movement Control Order (MCO). For more information please visit : https://amcham.com.my/wp-content/uploads/5.PERKHIDMATAN-LOGISTIK-YANG-MENYOKONG-SYARIKAT-PEMBUATAN-PRODUK-PENTING-DIBENARKAN-BEROPERASI_21-MAC-2020-1-LHA.pdf
Please note that the document is in Bahasa Melayu.

Guideline to apply for certification to operate in Food Supply, E-Commerce, Healthcare and Medical Sectors

For more information on the types of retailers under the supervision of KPDNHEP that are allowed throughout the MCO, please visit :  http://www.kpdnhep.gov.my/ms/permohonan  Please note that the application form is in Bahasa Melayu.

Air Freight

Operations continue running with skeleton staff in the office in all airport offices with staggered working hours. Customs Clearance is allowed however shipments will be held and Only Essential Goods with MITI approvals are allowed for delivery and pickup.

Ocean Freight

Operations continue running in both Northport and Seaport , CFS with normal operating hours.

Skeleton staff  in office  - Customer services  running from 9.00am to 4pm. Those essential products and those with MITI approval only can be arranged for delivery / collection.

Contract Logistics

  • 100% operational at all sites and support to all customers given.
  • Workforce segregation and safety measures implemented at all sites.

Land Transport

  • Daily Operations : Staffing continue operating in shifts at all branches with staggered working hours.
  • Domestic Distribution : Areas surrounding Simpang Renggam in Johor is under total lockdown by Royal Malaysia Police due to COVID-19 spread in the area. Hence, any distribution within or road passing through the area will be affected.
  • Domestic & Cross Border Movement : Stricter movement checks by the Police and Authorities on essential items and approval by MITI are allowed to be transported. Kindly refer the allowed list approved by Malaysian National Security Council (Majlis Keselamatan Negara Malaysia) under FAQ link. https://www.mkn.gov.my/web/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2020/04/2-April-2020-FAQ-MKN-PKP-Tahap-2.pdf.pdf
  • Cross Border SIN Movement : Consignor/Consignee to provide Singapore’s Ministry Trade and Industry (MTI) approval letter at point of booking to Schenker to facilitate truck movement in Singapore.

General Information

All our sites have been activated with necessary preventive measures including, contactless temperature check, sanitization of frequently touched areas, embargo on visitors and availability of hygiene stocks including masks, sanitizers. A all time work force segregation is being practiced with alternated - well spaced – work station arrangements to maximize distance as per standard norms and work from home plans.

In our warehouse we have initiated staggered shifts to minimize contact between teams and overall reduce density. Our business application have been tested for a work from home scenario and we have moved to VPN solutions to be able to access all systems.


Press Release from Minister Of Transport 3rd April 2020

Second Port Clearing Exercise To Expedite Movement of Cargo From Ports Nationwide

The Ministry of Transport has agreed after consultation with the National Security Council to allow freight forwarders and hauliers another four (4) days to expedite the movement of cargo from congested ports nationwide, starting Saturday, 4 April 2020.

Companies whose goods are stored at Port Klang, ports in Johor, Penang, Kuantan, Melaka, Bintulu, Sarawak and Padang Besar bordering Thailand are advised to move their goods out of those ports from Saturday, 4 April 2020 to Tuesday, 7 April 2020.  
For further information, please visit http://cccovid19.mot.gov.my

Movement Control Order – 2nd Phase updates MKN (NSC)

Updates on Movement Control Order 2nd phase issued by Malaysian National Security Council (Majlis Keselamatan Negara Malaysia) https://www.mkn.gov.my/web/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2020/04/2-April2020-FAQ-MKN-PKP-Tahap-2.pdf.pdf Please note that the document is in Bahasa Melayu. 

Companies with MITI’s Approval Letter May Continue To Operate During Extended Movement Control Order

The Ministry of International Trade & Industry (MITI) has approved for companies to resume their operations while the Movement Control Order (MCO) remains in effect until 14 April 2020. This approval also applies to essential goods. For more information please visit :

English Version : https://amcham.com.my/wp-content/uploads/3.-COMPANIES-WITH-MITI’SAPPROVAL-LETTER-MAY-CONTINUE-TO-OPERATE-DURING-EXTENDED-MOVEMENTCONTROL-ORDER_25-MARCH-2020.pdf

BM Version : https://amcham.com.my/wp-content/uploads/3.-KELULUSAN-MITI-KEPADA-SYARIKATUNTUK-BEROPERASI-TERPAKAI-SEPANJANG-PEMANJANGAN-TEMPOH-PERINTAH-KAWALANPERGERAKAN_25-MAC-2020.pdf

Logistics, Transportation Services For Companies Manufacturing Essential Goods Permitted To Operate

Logistics and transportation services for companies in the manufacturing essential and critical items are permitted to operate during the Movement Control Order (MCO). For more information please visit : https://amcham.com.my/wp-content/uploads/5.PERKHIDMATAN-LOGISTIK-YANG-MENYOKONGSYARIKAT-PEMBUATAN-PRODUK-PENTING-DIBENARKAN-BEROPERASI_21-MAC-2020-1-LHA.pdf

Please note that the document is in Bahasa Melayu.

Guideline to apply for certification to operate in Food Supply, E-Commerce, Healthcare and Medical Sectors

For more information on the types of retailers under the supervision of KPDNHEP that are allowed throughout the MCO, please visit : http://www.kpdnhep.gov.my/ms/permohonan Please note that the application form is in Bahasa Melayu.

Air Freight

Operations continue running with skeleton staff in the office in all airport offices with staggered working hours. Customs Clearance is allowed however shipments will be held and Only Essential Goods with MITI approvals are allowed for delivery and pickup.

Ocean Freight

Operations continue running in both Northport and Seaport , CFS with normal operating hours. Skeleton staff in office - Customer services running from 9.00am to 4pm. Those essential products and those with MITI approval only can be arranged for delivery / collection.

Contract Logistics

  • 100% operational at all sites and support to all customers given.
  • Workforce segregation and safety measures implemented at all sites.

Land Transport

  • Daily Operations : Staffing continue operating in shifts at all branches with staggered working hours.
  • Domestic Distribution : Areas surrounding Simpang Renggam in Johor is under total lockdown by Royal Malaysia Police due to COVID-19 spread in the area. Hence, any distribution within or road passing through the area will be affected.
  • Domestic & Cross Border Movement : Stricter movement checks by the Police and Authorities on essential items and approval by MITI are allowed to be transported. Kindly refer the allowed list approved by Malaysian National Security Council (Majlis Keselamatan Negara Malaysia) under FAQ link. https://www.mkn.gov.my/web/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2020/04/2-April-2020-FAQ-MKN-PKPTahap-2.pdf.pdf​​​​​​​
  • Cross Border SIN Movement : Consignor/Consignee to provide Singapore’s Ministry Trade and Industry (MTI) approval letter at point of booking to Schenker to facilitate truck movement in Singapore.​​​​​​​

General Information

All our sites have been activated with necessary preventive measures including, contactless temperature check, sanitization of frequently touched areas, embargo on visitors and availability of hygiene stocks including masks, sanitizers. A all time work force segregation is being practiced with alternated - well spaced – work station arrangements to maximize distance as per standard norms and work from home plans.

In our warehouse we have initiated staggered shifts to minimize contact between teams and overall reduce density. Our business application have been tested for a work from home scenario and we have moved to VPN solutions to be able to access all systems.

Press Release from Minister Of Transport 3rd April 2020

Second Port Clearing Exercise To Expedite Movement of Cargo From Ports Nationwide

The Ministry of Transport has agreed after consultation with the National Security Council to allow freight forwarders and hauliers another four (4) days to expedite the movement of cargo from congested ports nationwide, starting Saturday, 4 April 2020.  

Companies whose goods are stored at Port Klang, ports in Johor, Penang, Kuantan, Melaka, Bintulu, Sarawak and Padang Besar bordering Thailand are advised to move their goods out of those ports from Saturday, 4 April 2020 to Tuesday, 7 April 2020.  
For further information, please visit http://cccovid19.mot.gov.my

Movement Control Order – 2nd Phase updates MKN (NSC)

Updates on Movement Control Order 2nd phase issued by Malaysian National Security Council (Majlis Keselamatan Negara Malaysia) https://www.mkn.gov.my/web/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2020/04/2-April2020-FAQ-MKN-PKP-Tahap-2.pdf.pdf Please note that the document is in Bahasa Melayu. 

Companies with MITI’s Approval Letter May Continue To Operate During Extended Movement Control Order

The Ministry of International Trade & Industry (MITI) has approved for companies to resume their operations while the Movement Control Order (MCO) remains in effect until 14 April 2020. This approval also applies to essential goods. For more information please visit :

English Version : https://amcham.com.my/wp-content/uploads/3.-COMPANIES-WITH-MITI’SAPPROVAL-LETTER-MAY-CONTINUE-TO-OPERATE-DURING-EXTENDED-MOVEMENTCONTROL-ORDER_25-MARCH-2020.pdf

BM Version : https://amcham.com.my/wp-content/uploads/3.-KELULUSAN-MITI-KEPADA-SYARIKATUNTUK-BEROPERASI-TERPAKAI-SEPANJANG-PEMANJANGAN-TEMPOH-PERINTAH-KAWALANPERGERAKAN_25-MAC-2020.pdf

Logistics, Transportation Services For Companies Manufacturing Essential Goods Permitted To Operate

Logistics and transportation services for companies in the manufacturing essential and critical items are permitted to operate during the Movement Control Order (MCO). For more information please visit : https://amcham.com.my/wp-content/uploads/5.PERKHIDMATAN-LOGISTIK-YANG-MENYOKONGSYARIKAT-PEMBUATAN-PRODUK-PENTING-DIBENARKAN-BEROPERASI_21-MAC-2020-1-LHA.pdf

Please note that the document is in Bahasa Melayu.

Guideline to apply for certification to operate in Food Supply, E-Commerce, Healthcare and Medical Sectors

For more information on the types of retailers under the supervision of KPDNHEP that are allowed throughout the MCO, please visit : http://www.kpdnhep.gov.my/ms/permohonan Please note that the application form is in Bahasa Melayu.

Air Freight

Operations continue running with skeleton staff in the office in all airport offices with staggered working hours. Customs Clearance is allowed however shipments will be held and Only Essential Goods with MITI approvals are allowed for delivery and pickup.

Ocean Freight

Operations continue running in both Northport and Seaport , CFS with normal operating hours. Skeleton staff in office - Customer services running from 9.00am to 4pm. Those essential products and those with MITI approval only can be arranged for delivery / collection. 

Contract Logistics

  • 100% operational at all sites and support to all customers given.
  • Workforce segregation and safety measures implemented at all sites.

Land Transport

  • Daily Operations : Staffing continue operating in shifts at all branches with staggered working hours.
  • Domestic Distribution : Areas surrounding Simpang Renggam in Johor is under total lockdown by Royal Malaysia Police due to COVID-19 spread in the area. Hence, any distribution within or road passing through the area will be affected.
  • Domestic & Cross Border : Stricter movement checks by the Police and Authorities on essential items and approval by MITI are allowed to be transported. Kindly refer the allowed list approved by Malaysian National Security Council (Majlis Keselamatan Negara Malaysia) under FAQ link. https://www.mkn.gov.my/web/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2020/04/2-April-2020-FAQ-MKN-PKPTahap-2.pdf.pdf

General Information

All our sites have been activated with necessary preventive measures including, contactless temperature check, sanitization of frequently touched areas, embargo on visitors and availability of hygiene stocks including masks, sanitizers. A all time work force segregation is being practiced with alternated - well spaced – work station arrangements to maximize distance as per standard norms and work from home plans.

In our warehouse we have initiated staggered shifts to minimize contact between teams and overall reduce density. Our business application have been tested for a work from home scenario and we have moved to VPN solutions to be able to access all systems.

Press Release from Minister Of Transport 26 March 2020

Logistics Services - To allow the smooth transit and delivery of all goods, including essential and non-essential goods during the Movement Control Order period, Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) personnel will ensure the vehicles of freight forwarders and hauliers will be allowed to move between Friday, 27 March and Sunday, 29 March for the purpose of sending goods to their intended destinations unimpeded.

In doing so, the freight forwarders and hauliers sending goods must adhere to conditions stipulated by the Media Statement issued by the National Security Council on 18 March 2020. The transportation sector had been identified as one of the essentials services under the Movement Control Order period and plays a key role in ensuring the nation’s households will have access to their daily necessities.

Companies with MITI’s Approval Letter May Continue To Operate During Extended Movement Control Order

The Ministry of International Trade & Industry (MITI) has approved for companies to resume their operations while the Movement Control Order (MCO) remains in effect until 14 April 2020. This approval also applies to essential goods. For more information please visit :

English Version : https://amcham.com.my/wp-content/uploads/3.-COMPANIES-WITH-MITI’SAPPROVAL-LETTER-MAY-CONTINUE-TO-OPERATE-DURING-EXTENDED-MOVEMENTCONTROL-ORDER_25-MARCH-2020.pdf

BM Version : https://amcham.com.my/wp-content/uploads/3.-KELULUSAN-MITI-KEPADA-SYARIKATUNTUK-BEROPERASI-TERPAKAI-SEPANJANG-PEMANJANGAN-TEMPOH-PERINTAH-KAWALANPERGERAKAN_25-MAC-2020.pdf

Logistics, Transportation Services For Companies Manufacturing Essential Goods Permitted To Operate

Logistics and transportation services for companies in the manufacturing essential and critical items are permitted to operate during the Movement Control Order (MCO). For more information please visit : https://amcham.com.my/wp-content/uploads/5.PERKHIDMATAN-LOGISTIK-YANG-MENYOKONGSYARIKAT-PEMBUATAN-PRODUK-PENTING-DIBENARKAN-BEROPERASI_21-MAC-2020-1-LHA.pdf

Please note that the document is in Bahasa Melayu.

Guideline to apply for certification to operate in Food Supply, E-Commerce, Healthcare and Medical Sectors

For more information on the types of retailers under the supervision of KPDNHEP that are allowed throughout the MCO, please visit : http://www.kpdnhep.gov.my/ms/permohonan Please note that the application form is in Bahasa Melayu.

Air Freight

Operations continue running with skeleton staff in the office in all airport offices with staggered working hours. Customs Clearance is allowed however shipments will be held and Only Essential Goods with MITI approvals are allowed for delivery and pickup.

Charter Service : TPE/PEN/TPE

Date : 28 Mar, 31 Mar, 2 Apr General Cargo Flight schedule as below for your reference.

Flight No.

Route

ETD

ETA

JX721

TPE-PEN

0920

1400

JX722

PEN-TPE

1500

1945

Please contact your account manager for rates. First come first serve basis.

Ocean Freight

Operations continue running in both Northport and Seaport , CFS with normal operating hours. Skeleton staff in office - Customer services running from 9.00am to 4pm. Those essential products and those with MITI approval only can be arranged for delivery / collection. 

Contract Logistics

  • 100% operational at all sites and support to all customers given.
  • Workforce segregation and safety measures implemented at all sites.

Land Transport

  • Daily Operations : Staffing continue operating in shifts at all branches with staggered working hours.
  • Domestic Movement : Staffing continue operating in shifts at all branches with staggered working hours. 
  • Domestic Distribution : Areas surrounding Simpang Renggam in Johor is under total lockdown by Royal Malaysia Police due to COVID-19 spread in the area. Hence, any distribution within or road passing through the area will be affected.
  • Cross Border : Both borders, Tanjung Kupang in Johore and Bukit Kayu Hitam in Kedah are opened for essential products including those companies obtained MITI approval. Copy of MITI letter to be attached to Schenker during the booking.

General Information

All our sites have been activated with necessary preventive measures including, contactless temperature check, sanitization of frequently touched areas, embargo on visitors and availability of hygiene stocks including masks, sanitizers. A all time work force segregation is being practiced with alternated - well spaced – work station arrangements to maximize distance as per standard norms and work from home plans.

In our warehouse we have initiated staggered shifts to minimize contact between teams and overall reduce density. Our business application have been tested for a work from home scenario and we have moved to VPN solutions to be able to access all systems.

Press Release from Minister Of Transport 26 March 2020

Logistics Services - To allow the smooth transit and delivery of all goods, including essential and non-essential goods during the Movement Control Order period, Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) personnel will ensure the vehicles of freight forwarders and hauliers will be allowed to move between Friday, 27 March and Sunday, 29 March for the purpose of sending goods to their intended destinations unimpeded.

In doing so, the freight forwarders and hauliers sending goods must adhere to conditions stipulated by the Media Statement issued by the National Security Council on 18 March 2020. The transportation sector had been identified as one of the essentials services under the Movement Control Order period and plays a key role in ensuring the nation’s households will have access to their daily necessities.

Companies with MITI’s Approval Letter May Continue To Operate During Extended Movement Control Order

The Ministry of International Trade & Industry (MITI) has approved for companies to resume their operations while the Movement Control Order (MCO) remains in effect until 14 April 2020. This approval also applies to essential goods. For more information please visit :

English Version : https://amcham.com.my/wp-content/uploads/3.-COMPANIES-WITH-MITI’SAPPROVAL-LETTER-MAY-CONTINUE-TO-OPERATE-DURING-EXTENDED-MOVEMENTCONTROL-ORDER_25-MARCH-2020.pdf

BM Version : https://amcham.com.my/wp-content/uploads/3.-KELULUSAN-MITI-KEPADA-SYARIKATUNTUK-BEROPERASI-TERPAKAI-SEPANJANG-PEMANJANGAN-TEMPOH-PERINTAH-KAWALANPERGERAKAN_25-MAC-2020.pdf

Logistics, Transportation Services For Companies Manufacturing Essential Goods Permitted To Operate

Logistics and transportation services for companies in the manufacturing essential and critical items are permitted to operate during the Movement Control Order (MCO). For more information please visit : https://amcham.com.my/wp-content/uploads/5.PERKHIDMATAN-LOGISTIK-YANG-MENYOKONGSYARIKAT-PEMBUATAN-PRODUK-PENTING-DIBENARKAN-BEROPERASI_21-MAC-2020-1-LHA.pdf

Please note that the document is in Bahasa Melayu.

Guideline to apply for certification to operate in Food Supply, E-Commerce, Healthcare and Medical Sectors

For more information on the types of retailers under the supervision of KPDNHEP that are allowed throughout the MCO, please visit : http://www.kpdnhep.gov.my/ms/permohonan Please note that the application form is in Bahasa Melayu.

Air Freight

Operations continue running with skeleton staff in the office in all airport offices with staggered working hours. Customs Clearance is allowed however shipments will be held and Only Essential Goods with MITI approvals are allowed for delivery and pickup.

Ocean Freight

Operations continue running in both Northport and Seaport , CFS with normal operating hours. Skeleton staff in office - Customer services running from 9.00am to 4pm. Those essential products and those with MITI approval only can be arranged for delivery / collection. 

Contract Logistics

  • 100% operational at all sites and support to all customers given.
  • Workforce segregation and safety measures implemented at all sites.

Land Transport

  • Daily Operations : Staffing continue operating in shifts at all branches with staggered working hours.
  • Domestic Movement : Staffing continue operating in shifts at all branches with staggered working hours. 
  • Cross Border : Both borders, Tanjung Kupang in Johore and Bukit Kayu Hitam in Kedah are opened for essential products including those companies obtained MITI approval. Copy of MITI letter to be attached to Schenker during the booking.

General Information

All our sites have been activated with necessary preventive measures including, contactless temperature check, sanitization of frequently touched areas, embargo on visitors and availability of hygiene stocks including masks, sanitizers. A all time work force segregation is being practiced with alternated - well spaced – work station arrangements to maximize distance as per standard norms and work from home plans.

In our warehouse we have initiated staggered shifts to minimize contact between teams and overall reduce density. Our business application have been tested for a work from home scenario and we have moved to VPN solutions to be able to access all systems.

Guideline to apply for certification to operate in Food Supply, E-Commerce, Healthcare and Medical Sectors

For more information on the types of retailers under the supervision of KPDNHEP that are allowed throughout the MCO, please visit :  http://www.kpdnhep.gov.my/ms/permohonan Please note that the application form is in Bahasa Melayu.

Air Freight

Operations continue running with skeleton staff in the office in all airport offices with staggered working hours. Customs Clearance is allowed however shipments will be held and Only Essential Goods with MITI approvals are allowed for delivery and pickup.

Ocean Freight

Operations continue running in both Northport and Seaport , CFS with normal operating hours. Skeleton staff in office - Customer services running from 9.00am to 4pm. Those essential products and those with MITI approval only can be arranged for delivery / collection. 

Contract Logistics

  • 100% operational at all sites and support to all customers given.
  • Workforce segregation and safety measures implemented at all sites.

Land Transport

  • Daily Operations : Staffing continue operating in shifts at all branches with staggered working hours.
  • Domestic Movement : Staffing continue operating in shifts at all branches with staggered working hours. 
  • Cross Border : Both borders, Tanjung Kupang in Johore and Bukit Kayu Hitam in Kedah are opened for essential products including those companies obtained MITI approval. Copy of MITI letter to be attached to Schenker during the booking.

General Information

All our sites have been activated with necessary preventive measures including, contactless temperature check, sanitization of frequently touched areas, embargo on visitors and availability of hygiene stocks including masks, sanitizers. A all time work force segregation is being practiced with alternated - well spaced – work station arrangements to maximize distance as per standard norms and work from home plans.

In our warehouse we have initiated staggered shifts to minimize contact between teams and overall reduce density. Our business application have been tested for a work from home scenario and we have moved to VPN solutions to be able to access all systems.
 

Air Freight

Operations continue running in all airport offices with staggered working hours.

Ocean Freight

Operations continue running in all branches and port offices with staggered working hours and teams in separate locations. 

Contract Logistics

  • 100% operational at all sites and support to all customers given.
  • Workforce segregation and safety measures implemented at all sites.

Land Transport

  • Daily Operations : Staffing continue operating in shifts at all branches with staggered working hours.
  • Domestic Movement : Staffing continue operating in shifts at all branches with staggered working hours.
  • Cross Border : Both borders, Tanjung Kupang in Johore and Bukit Kayu Hitam in Kedah are opened for essential products including those companies.

General Information

All our sites have been activated with necessary preventive measures including, contactless temperature check, sanitization of frequently touched areas, embargo on visitors and availability of hygiene stocks including masks, sanitizers. A all time work force segregation is being practiced with alternated - well spaced – work station arrangements to maximize distance as per standard norms and work from home plans.

In our warehouse we have initiated staggered shifts to minimize contact between teams and overall reduce density. Our business application have been tested for a work from home scenario and we have moved to VPN solutions to be able to access all systems.

Air Freight

Operations continue running in all airport offices with staggered working hours.

Ocean Freight

Operations continue running in all branches and port offices with staggered working hours and teams in separate locations.

Contract Logistics

  • 100% operational at all sites and support to all customers given.
  • Workforce segregation and safety measures implemented at all sites.

Land Transport

  • Daily Operations : Staffing continue operating in shits at all branches with staggered working hours.
  • Domestic Movement : No restriction so far and no requirement to obtain travel permit from local authority.
  • Cross Border : Both borders, Tanjung Kupang located at southern and Bukit Kayu Hitam located at northern has resumed their operations as normal for all trades excluding export of face mask out from Malaysia which is under controlled item.

General Information

All our sites have been activated with necessary preventive measures including, contactless temperature check, sanitization of frequently touched areas, embargo on visitors and availability of hygiene stocks including masks, sanitizers. A all time work force segregation is being practiced with alternated - well spaced – work station arrangements to maximize distance as per standard norms and work from home plans.

In our warehouse we have initiated staggered shifts to minimize contact between teams and overall reduce density. Our business application have been tested for a work from home scenario and we have moved to VPN solutions to be able to access all systems.

Air Freight

Operations continue running in all airport offices with staggered working hours.

Ocean Freight

Operations continue running in all branches and port offices with staggered working hours and teams in separate locations.

Contract Logistics

  • 100% operational at all sites and support to all customers given.
  • Workforce segregation and safety measures implemented at all sites.

Land Transport

  • Domestic Movement :  No restriction so far and no requirement to obtain travel permit  from local authority.
  • Cross Border : Between Malaysia and Singapore, land trucking has resume it’s operations as normal started this morning on Mar 19th for all trades excluding export of face mask out from Malaysia which is banned.
  • Between Malaysia and Thailand, as at 1200hrs on Mar 19th our Bukit Kayu Hitam border is still closed except for food product category only.

General Information

All our sites have been activated with necessary preventive measures including, contactless temperature check, sanitization of frequently touched areas, embargo on visitors and availability of hygiene stocks including masks, sanitizers.

A all time work force segregation is being practiced with alternated - well spaced – work station arrangements to maximize distance as per standard norms and work from home plans.

In our warehouse we have initiated staggered shifts to minimize contact between teams and overall reduce density. Our business application have been tested for a work from home scenario and we have moved to VPN solutions to be able to access all systems.

Air Freight

Operations continue running in all airport offices with staggered working hours.

Ocean Freight

Operations continue running in all branches and port offices with staggered working hours and teams in separate locations.

Contract Logistics

  • 100% operational at all sites and support to all customers given.
  • Workforce segregation and safety measures implemented at all sites.

Land Transport

Domestic Movement :  No restriction so far and no requirement to obtain travel permit  from local authority.

Cross Border : Malaysian Customs allow those products listed under the Industrial Essential Act 1988 (details can be provided upon request) to be exempted from this restrictions.

Landbridge movements between Malaysia Thailand & Malaysia Singapore is affected due to Immigration restrictions that only allow Drivers to transport FOOD products. We are currently engaging directly with government to address this topic to have essential products not limited to food products. Update will be provided as progress.

Drivers will face 14 days quarantined after delivery which will create driver shortage during this period.