Domestic and Cross Border Transportation

We committed to safety and effective transportation. We serve both domestic and cross-border transportation for general cargo, heavy cargo and chemical product (DG or Non DG) with ONE STOP LOGISTICS SERVICE which has safety standard of Department of Land Transport (DLT) and with ADR standard as ASEAN policy for dangerous goods (DG) transportation as NRS slogan; safety, reliability, and Speedy.

Domestic Transportation

⦁ We have various types of trucking services to serve customers, 4 Wheels Truck, 6 Wheels truck, 10 Wheels truck, and Trailer for general cargoes, temperature controlled (reefer), dangerous cargoes (DG), and heavy or project cargoes. The customer can choose the properly truck for their cargos.

⦁ All drivers have DG Driving License (Type 4) and eligible for transportation of dangerous goods. NRS will follow the new regulation of Department of Land Transport (DLT). The driver must have license for transport DG cargo for each of DG products.

⦁ NRS has considered for the safety of environment and society. We’ve signed contract with NPC S&E for emergency case.
 

Cross border Transportation

We operate door to door cross-border transportation to GMS countries; Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam, also Malaysia and Singapore with one stop service for the customers that would like to expand their business to ASEAN market.  Moreover, for Dangerous goods (Liquid and Gas), NRS has ISO tank which can service transport and customs clearance in these routes with ADR standard.

NRS Cross Border Services

We provide logistics services to many borders between Thailand and neighboring countries.
Please see below details for your benefits.
1. Thailand – Laos
1.1 Route: Chiang Khong, Chiang Rai - Huay Xai
1.2 Route: Nongkhai – Thanaleng, Vientiane
1.3 Route: Mukdahan – Sawannakhet
1.4 Route: Chong Mek, Ubon - Pakse 
2. Thailand – Cambodia - Vietnam
2.1 Route: Aranyaprathet, Srakaew – Poipet – Phnom Penh
2.2 Route: Khlong Yai, Trat – Koh Kong – Sihanouk Ville – Phnom Penh 
2.3 Route: Thailand – Phnom Penh – Ho Chi Minh
3. Thailand – Myanmar
3.1 Route: Maesot, Tak – Myawaddy - Yangon  
3.2 Route: Maesai, Chiang Rai - Tachileik  
4. Thailand – Malaysia - Singapore
4.1 Route: Sadao, Songkhla – Penang – Kuala Lumpur - Johor 
4.2 Route: Sadao, Songkhla – Singapore