Subagyo, Chairman of Gateway Container Line
Amid global economy slow down and US-China trade war that affected drop in trade volume and forwarding activities, Gateway Container Line (GCL) still enjoyed a positive growth last year, even exceeded the target, thanks to appropriate strategies this company had taken.
Gateway Container Line (GCL) is an Indonesia’s freight forwarder leading in consolidation service in the country.
This year (2020), within the coronavirus outbreak that certainly put transportation, shipping, logistics, forwarding, and trade-related business into a more serious situation, GCL is still targeting a positive growth.
“It is true. There are some serious challenges this business facing last years. Let us say the global slow economy, the trade war, and the last one is from this coronavirus outbreak. But, any challenges always bring new opportunities. To make our business get progress is how we optimize those opportunities,” said Subagyo, Chairman of Gateway Container Line.
Subagyo pointed that the business always faces challenges. But, those challenges can become opportunities, depending on how a corporate’ strategy to make them as opportunities.
(More detailed information of GCL business growth last year, the target in 2020, as well as the strategies within this tough business situation, read Indonesia Shipping Gazette Magazine, March Issue)