New Asendia Fulfilment Center at the Heart of Asia

19 June, 2019


We’re proud to announce our brand-new Fulfilment Center in Singapore is now open, helping to manage your e-commerce order fulfilment in Asia.

Singapore is a global financial centre in the heart of Asia, a crossroads of multiple trade routes from around the world. Already offering fulfilment options in Italy, UK and USA, our new facility in Singapore means we can offer Fulfilment solutions on three different continents.

Utilising Singapore’s outstanding transport and freight links, this state-of-the-art facility will offer retailers faster, easier and more reliable fulfilment solutions. Located in Singapore’s Free Trade Zone (FTZ), the Fulfilment Center also offers significant cost savings on import taxes and duties.

Ideal for market places and e-retailers looking to outsource their operations, from storage to stock management and on to order preparation, processing and distribution, Asendia Singapore’s Fulfilment Center offers:

  • Fully air-conditioned facility
  • Pallet rental flexibility
  • Mix of strong postal solutions for low value Goods and Premium and Express
  • 34,000 sq. ft. storage adapted for ‘pick & pack’ fulfilment
  • Web based real time reporting & Data Return API, OMS
  • Automated Data Receipt, real time inventory
  • WMS integrated to major Asian market places
  • Client Service Management




Lower import costs, faster shipping

Singapore’s harbour retains its free-trade status and offers smooth customs as part of the FTZ, and its proximity to manufacturing hubs in Asia offers a range of benefits for cross-border e-commerce retailers:

  • Minimise the logistics cost of warehouse rental and workforce hire
  • Some Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) sellers can avoid VAT/GST outlay for goods in transit
  • Major links to India, China and beyond
  • Potential to reduce duties and taxes by importing goods manufactured in Asia through the Free Trade Zone
  • No GST must be paid to import your goods into the FTZ in Singapore for warehousing and fulfilment for re-export
  • Possible tax and duty exemption when sending orders below GST duty threshold (dependent on destination country)
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