MCL

Meng Cheng Logistics Pte Ltd
Blk 531A Upper Cross Street
Hong Lim Complex
#04-113
Singapore – 051531
Singapore
Mr. Admin
[email protected]
(65) 6538 4762
(65) 65357944
www.mengcheng.com.sg

About MENG CHECNG LOGISTICS PTE LTD

First established in 1970 as Meng Cheng Transport by Mr Ng’s father, the company got its start as a transportation business, mostly focusing on the transport of good for its clients with its fleet of lorries. Mr Ng him self joined the company in 1987, and learned the trade by his father’s side until he look over family business in 1999, remaining as Meng Cheng Logistics Pte Ltd.

First established in 1970 as Meng Cheng Transport by Mr Ng’s father, the company got its start as a transportation business, mostly focusing on the transport of good for its clients with its fleet of lorries. Mr Ng him self joined the company in 1987, and learned the trade by his father’s side until he look over family business in 1999, remaining as Meng Cheng Logistics Pte Ltd.

Looking out for further opputunities to take advantage of, Mr Ng is looking to secure more partnerships to futher expand the scope of Meng Cheng Logistics Pte Ltd’s operations, and to secure a good positions for future plans. The Executive Chairman also has the future of the family business is mind, and looking for the person with passion for the job, who is able to take Meng Cheng Logistics Pte Ltd far into the future.

Warehousing and warehouse management are part of a logistics management system, which is itself a component in supply chain management. Although viewed by some as simply a place to store finished goods, inbound functions that prepare items for storage and outbound functions that consolidate, pack and ship orders provide important economic and service benefits to both the business and its customers

A warehouse provides a central location for receiving, storing and distributing products. As each inbound shipment arrives, responsibility for the goods transfers to warehouse personnel, products are identified, sorted and dispatched to their temporary storage location. Storage isn’t a static “thing” but rather a process that includes security measures and maintaining an environment that preserves the integrity and usefulness of the items.