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DATE : 16 November 2020

GDEX Still good and moving uptrend with the moving average support line. As long as it did not break the average support line. Soon or later it will break the resistance level 0.45. After that, we only aim for the RM0.50 and start for my TP1 & TP2 very soonest.
BM Transportation index - Overall it is very healthy as the index had break the support level on 700 point. Hence, it going to challenge the next resistance at 730 point. If break it definitely will rock the logistics market.
Kim's Target Price:
[TP1: 0.60 sen - TP2 0.80 sen - TP3 RM1.20]
Cheap Call Warrant :  "TO BE HOT CAKES"
All this Call Warrants TP's more than 0.20 - 0.30 sen ranges




"E-Commerce: A Game Changer for Logistics Industry in Malaysia"


The e-Commerce industry is growing exponentially within the Southeast Asia region particularly in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines and Vietnam. BMI Research in 2018 reported that these ASEAN countries are set to contribute an estimated of USD64.8 billion (RM257.9 billion) in 2021 from online shopping market activity, a giant leap from USD37.7 billion recorded in 2017. Malaysia‘s share of total online retail sales was at 2.7%, positioning Malaysia second in the region. 

The rapid growth of e- Commerce industry, particularly in Malaysia today has created many positive outcomes such as technology adoption among communities and industry players, The increasing trade and supply chain activities, growth of SMEs and talent development. These positive outcomes had encouraged many SMEs to expand their business and Malaysian logistic players adopting technological infrastructure within its business operation. 

In 2018 that the e-Commerce value-add and contribution to the gross domestic product in Malaysia continuously improved over a period of seven years to RM85.8 billion in 2017 from RM37.7 billion in 2010, with an average annual growth rate of 12.5%. 

The booming growth of e-Commerce industry had impacted the logistics industry in Malaysia to go through a series of evolution in their operation to form seamless fulfilment hubs in the country. Companies are looking forward to establishing its regional fulfilment operations in Malaysia to serve their global supply chain activities due to Malaysia’s strategic geographical location and the increasing adoption of technology in the country makes the supply chain process seamless and efficient. 

Zalora, Asia’s leading online fashion destination which was founded in 2012, consolidated it’s fulfilment operations across six countries into a single operations hub in Malaysia. The company had spent a total of USD4.2 million (RM20 million) in 2017 to establish its regional e-Fulfilment hub in Malaysia which handles 100% orders from Singapore, 99.7% of which are fulfiled on the same day.



GD Express Carrier Berhad, an investment holding company, provides express delivery service in Malaysia and internationally. Its services include door to door deliveries, same day express deliveries, bulk and heavy shipment deliveries, as well as security handling, mailroom handling, project handling logistics solutions, and enhance liability coverage services. The company also offers international express carrier services, including door to door delivery to approximately 200 countries through its international service partners; and door to door or airport to airport services for bulky and heavy shipments to approximately 100 countries. 
Operates a network of 410 stations: comprising 100 branches, 57 agents, 11 lodge-in centres and 242 reseller agencies throughout Peninsular and East Malaysia.
As of June 2020, GDEX has a fleet of 1300 trucks and vans and staff strength of 4384.
1. Domestic Express Carrier
2. International Express Carrier
3. Customised Logistics Solutions
4. Logistics Services
5. Enhanced Liability
6. GDEX Prepaid

GD Express Carrier Bhd (GDex) a local Malaysian courier service provider established in 1997 has increased its daily parcel sorting capacity from 78,000 parcels per day in 2016 to 85,000 parcels per day in 2017. The company is expanding its current warehouse facility and expects to increase its capacity to 100,000 parcels per day by the end of 2017 and 130,000 per day in 2018 making them the regional champion in providing e-Fulfilment services. 

The launch of Digital Free Trade Zone (DFTZ) in 2017 had provided e-Commerce companies with a seamless platform for trading activities and to fulfil the logistics requirements. The e-Fulfilment hub, Kuala Lumpur Airport Cargo Terminal (KACT1) located in the old Low-Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) facility was hence developed. 

The KACT1 development was completed in 2017 and is currently operated by Pos Malaysia to serve Lazada. This e-Fulfilment hub is the first phase of DFTZ development. The second phase will involve developing a logistics park, which comprises over 60 acres plot of land near KLIA and will be operational by 2020. 
Conventional logistics methods will gradually be replaced by the application of technology and ICT infrastructure in their daily logistics operations. The adoption of technology helps companies to manage their operation in a more efficient manner providing seamless logistics services to their clients worldwide. The promising logistics services will thus encourage e-Commerce companies to establish their e-Fulfilment hubs in Malaysia making Malaysia as the regional e-Fulfilment hub. 

This is in line with the Government initiatives led by the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) under the National e- Commerce Strategic Roadmap (NESR) which intends to position Malaysia as the regional e-Fulfilment hub. Under this initiative, MIDA plays a key role in facilitating logistics companies to build their capabilities in operating e-Fulfilment hubs to cater to the diverse needs of the e- Commerce industry.


MIDA encourage logistics companies to invest in physical and virtual ICT systems, such as robotics and automation, racking system, warehouse management system, transport management system as well as scanning and tracking system which enables them to undertake complex activities such as managing large orders and inventories, coordinating and tracking real-time delivery and processing returned items. 
The Integrated Logistics Services (ILS) incentive scheme under MIDA was developed in 2002 to encourage logistics companies to operate in an integrated manner under a single entity by offering three principal activities which include transportation, warehousing, freight forwarding and at least one value-added logistics related activity. 
Over the years, many logistics companies in Malaysia has utilised this incentive package for expansion and diversification of their business operation to cater for the growing global demand for total logistics solutions from various business sectors. MIDA has approved over 90 logistics companies under the ILS incentive scheme. GDEX had benefited from the ILS approval. 
In 2017, MIDA introduced the second round ILS incentive which is an extension of the ILS incentive scheme with the intention of encouraging logistics companies to enhance their services by the adoption of technology in their operations to support e-Commerce industry in the region and position themselves as regional e- Fulfilment hub providers in Malaysia. As of 2018, MIDA has approved eight e-Fulfilment projects in which seven of these projects are locally owned logistics companies. MIDA hopes with the second round ILS incentive scheme being introduced to the industry, more logistics companies will be motivated to position themselves as regional e-Fulfilment players and thus support the growth of the e-Commerce industry in Malaysia.




  • Stronger earnings prospects for in FY21F-22F, due to heightened demand from the e-commerce space.
  • Transport and logistics companies are only expected to return to profitability in 2021, as business volume will need time to recover from the current Covid-19 pandemic.
  • Lower fuel costs and positive regional expansion.
  • anticipates 44.5%-owned Indonesian associate SAP Express to record further rise in margins in tandem with its rapid growth traction in Indonesia.
  • Since the general lockdown in mid-March, many consumers, businesses, and merchants have turned to online trading, which significantly increased the use of express delivery services. While the demand for such services increased dramatically, the cost of operations has also gone up in tandem, as express carriers adapt to the numerous structural adjustments by increasing workforce, acquisition of new vehicles, enhancement of systems and processes to accommodate the expansion of demand.



  • Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) will not issue any new courier licences for two years.
  • A new action plan will be drafted by the National Postal and Courier Laboratory Laboratory (NPCIL) to propose measures to support the strategic development of the new postal and courier industry.
  • The freezing of new courier licenses will run from Sept 14,2020 until Sept 15,2022.
  • NPCIL results are important for this industry, which is at the core of e-commerce activities and digital economic development.  the process of drafting a new action plan by NPCIL will take three weeks, from Nov 2 to Nov 22, subject to the conditional movement control order (CMCO) by the government.
  • By freezing applications, it will be easier to assess the current situation and decide on the necessary conditions to be implemented for the industry to self-regulate.



  • The coronavirus pandemic necessitated the implementation of preventative measures to curtail physical interaction such as social distancing, wearing of face masks and hand gloves. 
  • The Movement Control Order has ushered in a new reality to the way business is conducted. Many companies now require their workers either to work from home or to rotate between the office and home. 
  • Businesses are conducted online via social media, skype, zoom, and other similar applications.
  • Many months before the outbreak of COVID-19, the company had embarked on a significant programme to revamp its operations, expand and innovate on its product offerings, revitalised its workers, and strengthened its logistical support capabilities and facilities.
  • The rethinking was required given the evolving economy, rapid growth in E-commerce and increasingly competitive nature of the business and changes in consumer preferences, and emerging trends such as greater adoption of E-commerce, online trading, and E-payment gateways.



  • E-commerce stocks have been on a rally since mid-March, when millions of people were confined to their homes as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The MSCI World Internet & Direct Marketing Retail Index, which tracks most of the large e-commerce players, has registered a return of 93.27% since its low on March 12 (as at Aug 21) — triple the 32.93% return of the MSCI All Country World Index.
  • Investment experts say e-commerce stocks are expected to continue their outperformance as more people shop online for the foreseeable future.
  • The Covid-19 crisis has dramatically accelerated the demand for online groceries and other essentials, as well as e-commerce as a whole. The crisis has attracted an older age group to make their purchases online and has broadened the categories of e-commerce spending for households in general.
  • Even prior to the Covid-19 outbreak, the sales volumes of physical retail outlets were going down and e-commerce platforms were seeing healthy inflows of visitors and shoppers.
  • If you are a long-term shareholder, you want to invest in companies that have a long-term upward trajectory with clear intent. For that purpose, e-commerce stocks are close to a safe haven because e-commerce is the future, and there has been a structural shift in the economy towards this sector.
  • Double-digit returns of e-commerce stocks can be attributed to the various quantitative easing measures implemented by central banks globally.



  • GD Express Carrier Bhd (GDEX) said its wholly-owned subsidiary GD Express Sdn Bhd (GDSB) has received an approval letter from the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) for a second round of integrated logistics services (ILS) tax incentive.
  • GDEX said GDSB will be eligible for income tax exemption, via pioneer status, of up to 70% on statutory income for each year of assessment for a period of five years.
  • The board of GDEX is of the opinion that the ILS incentive would contribute positively to strengthening the group's operations and future earnings.



  • Fifteen countries have formed the world's largest trading bloc, covering nearly a third of the global economy.
  • The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) is made up of 10 Southeast Asian countries, as well as South Korea, China, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.
  • The pact is seen as an extension of China's influence in the region.
  • The deal excludes the US, which withdrew from a rival Asia-Pacific trade pact in 2017.


  • The RCEP is expected to eliminate a range of tariffs on imports within 20 years.
  • It also includes provisions on intellectual property, telecommunications, financial services, e-commerce and professional services.
  • But it's possible the new "rules of origin" - which officially define where a product comes from - will have the biggest impact.
  • Already many member states have free trade agreements (FTA) with each other, but there are limitations.
  • "The existing FTAs can be very complicated to use compared to RCEP," said Deborah Elms from the Asian Trade Centre.
  • Businesses with global supply chains might face tariffs even within an FTA because their products contain components that are made elsewhere.
  • A product made in Indonesia that contains Australian parts, for example, might face tariffs elsewhere in the Asean free trade zone.
  • Under RCEP, parts from any member nation would be treated equally, which might give companies in RCEP countries an incentive to look within the trade region for suppliers.
  • Under this RCEP and Trade deal, I foresee the logistics sector will be most beneficiary for deliveries all goods around the countries and of course GDEX will be the one of its.
  • With this 6 points added, I foresees there is good and strong reasons this sector will get boost and rally as soon as possible this year.
  • GDEX big volumes recently are signalling and generating given a confidence and ready to breach and break the records to go back previous highest soonest.
  • Lets wait and see my new GEMS performing this November till end of the year 2020.




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