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Road transport is the principal mode for the movement of goods and people within Cambodia and between GMS countries. Roads are critical to social and economic development, especially in areas where they are the only available transport mode. The domestic need is to provide access between cities and to enhance rural connectivity; the regional need is to facilitate connectivity and trade within the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) and with the economies. 90% of passengers and freight came through sea or river ports continue with second leg of overland transport to final storage and distribution markets.

The trucking sector, Cambodia’s major road transport industry, is fragmented. It can be classified into three segments: (i) about 20 companies, including the biggest fleet owners, organized under the Cambodian Trucking Association (CAMTA), own about 2,000 trucks and focus almost exclusively on international container freight business; (ii) about 90 registered companies of different sizes, most of which qualify as small and medium sized enterprises, own 2,870 trucks; and (iii) nonregistered micro businesses and some small and medium sized enterprises, with old vehicles that often run without registration or inspection. The increasing number of trucks engaging in international trade encouraged Ministry of Public Works and Transport to make border crossings more efficient, maintain road safety, and avoid overloading to maintain road quality.

 https://www.adb.org/sites/default/files/institutional-document/529231/cambodia-transport-assessment-strategy-road-map.pdf

The fleet is limited although sufficient to serve the market at present. Main issues are encountered with specialized equipment and tertiary transport in provincial areas. Specialized equipment (truck crane, forklift, cranes, etc) are mainly available in large cities.

Foreign operators must register in Cambodia to operate domestically. Cross border agreements signed with Thailand and Vietnam enabled their respective registered national trucking companies to operate in Cambodia for cross border trade prior to COVID. Since March 2020, all cargos are transshipped at the border zero point. 

For more information on transport company contact details, please see the following link: 4.8 Transporter Contact List.


Master Freight (Cambodia) Co., Ltd

Regions Covered

Covers transport from seaport to the FDP along the primary road.

 

Number of Vehicles

Capacity per Vehicle (MT)

Comments / Condition of Vehicles

Breakbulk

11


Medium

Trailer

21


Medium

Total Capacity

546


 

Speed Logistics

Regions Covered

Covers transport from seaport to the FDP along the primary road.

 

Number of Vehicles

Capacity per Vehicle (MT)

Comments / Condition of Vehicles

Vehicle Type

33

25

Medium

Total Capacity

33

825


CKR1

Regions Covered

Covers transport from seaport to the FDP along the primary road.

 

Number of Vehicles

Capacity per Vehicle (MT)

Comments / Condition of Vehicles

Trailer

10

25

Medium

Total Capacity

10

250


Al Multimodal Transportation (Cambodia) Co., Ltd

Regions Covered

Covers transport from seaport to the FDP along the primary road.

 

Number of Vehicles

Capacity per Vehicle (MT)

Comments / Condition of Vehicles

Trailer Truck

55

20

Medium

Total Capacity

 55

1,100

 

TKY Construction and Transport Co., Ltd.

Regions Covered

Covers all destinations on primary, secondary and tertiary roads.

 

Number of Vehicles

Capacity per Vehicle (MT)

Comments / Condition of Vehicles

Vehicle Type

15

11

Medium condition

Vehicle Type

18

25

Medium condition

Vehicle Type

14

30

Medium condition

Total Capacity

 47

1,035

 

Ea Pov Transport

Regions Covered

Covers all destinations on primary, secondary and tertiary roads.

 

Number of Vehicles

Capacity per Vehicle (MT)

Comments / Condition of Vehicles

Vehicle Type

8

11

Medium condition

Vehicle Type

7

25

Medium condition

Total Capacity

15

263


RTC Company Ltd

Regions Covered

Covers all destinations on primary, secondary and tertiary roads.

 

Number of Vehicles

Capacity per Vehicle (MT)

Comments / Condition of Vehicles

Vehicle Type

11

11

Medium condition

Vehicle Type

21

25

Medium condition

Total Capacity

32

646

 

Sorakan Transport

Regions Covered

Covers all destinations on primary, secondary and tertiary roads.

 

Number of Vehicles

Capacity per Vehicle (MT)

Comments / Condition of Vehicles

Vehicle Type

5

11

Medium condition

Vehicle Type

10

25

Medium condition

Total Capacity

15

305

 

KN Transport

Regions Covered

Covers all destinations on primary, secondary and tertiary roads.

 

Number of Vehicles

Capacity per Vehicle (MT)

Comments / Condition of Vehicles

Vehicle Type

28

11

Medium condition

Vehicle Type

10

25

Medium condition

Total Capacity

38

788

 


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Please note: WFP / Logistics Cluster maintain complete impartiality and are not in a position to endorse, comment on any company's suitability as a reputable service provider.

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