In a notable development for economic collaboration, a prominent global shipping and logistics company has unveiled plans to expand its investment footprint in Cambodia. The disclosure was made by the company’s Chairman and CEO during a meeting with Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister Sun Chanthol in Paris, France, on January 18.
During the meeting, the company representative provided insights into the firm’s extensive global operations, emphasizing its presence in 160 countries through a network of 400 offices.
Deputy Prime Minister Sun Chanthol expressed a warm welcome to the expansion plans, affirming the Royal Government’s commitment to fostering a favorable investment climate and offering necessary coordination to ensure a positive experience for all investors in Cambodia.
In a separate meeting on the same day, Sun Chanthol engaged with the Managing Director of an innovative technology education institution, currently collaborating with local partners in Cambodia to enhance its training program.
The institution stands out for providing free education, aiming to equip students with essential skills for successful careers in technology and software development. The Managing Director highlighted the institution’s unique approach, emphasizing peer-to-peer pedagogy and project-based learning.
Deputy Prime Minister Sun Chanthol expressed his satisfaction with the institution’s presence in Cambodia, encouraging it to continue refining its education and training processes. He underscored the importance of aligning human resource development with technological progress and the evolving demands of the Cambodian job market, reinforcing Cambodia’s commitment to advancing education in line with current industry needs.
This significant collaboration and investment expansion mark a positive stride in enhancing economic ties between the global logistics company and Cambodia, contributing to regional growth and development.