Line Clear Express & Logistics Sdn Bhd (Line Clear) (1032320-W) were formed in 2015, a wholly-owned subsidiary of MMAG Holdings Berhad, a publicly-traded company on the ACE Market of Bursa Malaysia. Today, they see a fully integrated supply chain management specialist led by innovation. A company that were not only reinventing the express delivery business model but redefining the purpose of the business itself.
Line Clear are undergoing a business transformation driven by new business methodology, creativity, technology and infrastructure that connect all the dots seamlessly.
Line Clear have 66 hubs and branches in Malaysia, including Sabah and Sarawak. Their massive warehouses in Subang UEP (Selangor), Gelang Patah (Johor), Tambun (Penang) and other strategic locations have a total capacity of 1 million square feet. These warehouses are fully equipped with racks, forklifts, a conveyor belt system. A systematic sorting arrangement and pick-and-pack solutions that operate 18 hours a day.
The decentralization methodology allows goods and parcels to be sorted out at hubs and depots at the regional level. This speeds up the handling time and allows goods to be sent and received on the same day in the Klang Valley, Johor Bahru, Penang, Ipoh, Melaka, Seremban and Kuantan.
Their fleet of over 800 vehicles includes trucks, vans, line haul vehicles, prime movers and motorcycles. With the current setup, Line Clear have the capacity to manage 100,000 air waybills (AWB) per day. Their services include courier services, freight services, transit insurance, transit clearance, customised and special handling services, warehousing, fulfilment, 3rd and 4th party logistics.
Line Clear’s Scan2Deliver smart technology empowers customers to make end-to-end delivery using the web or app.
Information will be at the customer’s fingertips and authentication of customers will be via QR code, an innovation that is transforming the speed and scale of business in an economy disrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Line Clear aim to move not just things but to mobilise people, business and the economy in these challenging times and beyond.