Staffers at the location provide services to clients with support in multiple languages, including Malay, Mandarin, Vietnamese, Korean and Thai. Integration Point said the expansion is in line with growth of imports and exports in the Asia-Pacific region, as well as the increased use of new trade lanes by customers. Malaysia is the fifth Asia-Pacific country to host an Integration Point office; the others are China, Singapore, India and Australia. Integration Point offers services for import/export management, product classification, free-trade agreement qualification, export screening, drawback, foreign trade zone operations, supply-chain security and post-entry validation.
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