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LAOS

CEA Laos: Origins

Although Laos has not yet reached the same stage of development as its ASEAN neighbours, it is quickly emerging and positioning itself as a Logistics hub in the region. The landlocked country strives to become the preferred choice for investment and development, especially in the Mining and Energy sectors. Their recent membership to the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia Pacific (UNESCAP) will only enhance the country’s appeal. CEA have been operating in Laos for over two years undertaking several cross-border transportation projects and now feel the time is right to expand with our very own Logistics base.

Earl C. Brown – Marketing & Communications Manager

Our operations in Laos maintain direct service contracts which enables us to hold a strong stance in the transportation and logistics sectors. Over the last two years we have developed a strong carrier base, these relationships now allow us to leverage our volumes while giving our clients a definitive advantage over their competitors by offering services via air, sea, rail and in-transit road transportation via Thailand, Vietnam and Myanmar.

CEA Laos Services include…

  • Cross Border & Inland Transportation
  • International Air, Sea & Road Freight
  • Import / Export Customs Clearance
  • Transportation of Dangerous Goods
  • Heavy Transportation
  • Heavy Lift
  • Equipment Rental & Sale
  • Consultancy – Oil & Gas, Mining Sectors

CEA, helping to develop emerging new markets

Travel Times

  • Wattay International Airport: 35 mins
  • Vientiane City Centre: 15 mins
  • Thai – Laos Friendship Bridge: 30 mins

Travel Distance

  • 14km from Wattay International Airport
  • 5.5km from Vientiane City Centre
  • 17.5km from Thai – Laos Friendship Bridge
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