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The Freight Co offers emergency flood recovery logistics services

October 20 - The Freight Co says that it has been appointed by a leading disaster recovery and property restoration company.

As well as teaming up with this company The Freight Co will also independently support affected companies to re-build their businesses by offering temporary warehousing, emergency import freight and customs clearance services, trucking machinery and stocked items to dry locations and relocating factories and machinery.

These services will for the time being charged at cost to support rebuilding the affected industries, says The Freight Co.

"We believe that this is the best way to support the community, help rebuild industry and regenerate some of the hundreds of thousands of lost jobs in these difficult times," said Harm Emaus, regional director VIP Accounts of The Freight Co Thailand. "We are certain that with our task force team and our resources we can assist affected companies around the clock to find solutions for their growing numbers of problems created by the worst floods in decades."

The Freight Co is a Bangkok, Thailand-based company founded in 1996 with offices in Thailand and Vietnam, providing heavy transportation services and installation in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam.

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