Linkedin Logistics Partners Pvt Ltd was established with a vision to provide integrated supply chain management solutions to the global transportation and logistic needs of an ever-increasing trans-continental trade and commerce. Driven by our core values of transparency, reliability, integrity and fairness, we employ industry best practices and judgment in working with our clients and partners to provide innovative and seamless solutions, thus adding value to our operations, even under challenging conditions.
Linkedin Logistics provides flexible, customized point-to-point integrated logistics and supply chain management solutions to address the unique and diverse needs of our customers depending on urgency, volume and frequency of consignment. The range of our services spans multimodal freight forwarding, consignment documentation, warehousing and storage support, 3PL and 4PL Logistics Services and also includes strategic solutions for break bulk projects and special equipments cargo, throughout the entire supply chain. In order to ensure operational excellence across the services domain, our specialists are strategically located in key areas around the world to attend to your global and local needs.
Linkedin Logistics provides multimodal transport services (through partnerships with leading carriers) including Ocean freight (LCL/FCL), Air freight, Road transportation, Rail freight.
We take pride in our expertise at catering to emerging, land-locked and remote regions such as Afghanistan, CIS, Central Asian Republics, Russia, Ukraine and Africa. We have mastered the art of transportation to Afghanistan over many years, serviced through gateway ports of Bandar Abbas (Iran), Karachi and Qingdao (China) and we also offer through trade to all the Central Asian Republics (CAR) via same ports in Iran and China. We offer container services to Russian ports and inland destinations via the gateway ports of Kotka and St. Petersburg from where the containers are trucked to various inland destinations. In close coordination with our partners in Iran, Finland, China and Russia, we provide comprehensive logistics solutions to these countries. These services are available from all Indian ports and ICDs.
Through a global network of efficient logistics partners, Linkedin Logistics offers cross trading over a wide geographical region, offering innovative solutions for swift movement of your merchandise from point of origin, where you may not be represented, to third country destinations. We ensure close coordination between origin, destination and cross trading points.
In addition to general cargo, Linkedin Logistics handles both Break Bulk projects and special equipments cargo. We arrange charters as well as special and/or refrigerated facilities for movement and storage of infrastructure/turnkey project material or perishable and hazardous goods including fast moving consumer goods (FMCG), medical equipment and supplies, across the supply chain.
World wide, secured door-to-door delivery services through express mail and/or cross-integration of air, ocean and sea, road and rail transportation at tailor-made rates and procedures ensure reliability and punctuality of shipment and peace of mind for your exhibition cargo.
We undertake and facilitate elaborate documentation processes involved in shipment of goods and services across the world. The services include, but are not limited to: Customs clearance, Duty outlay, Insurance, Certification and Letters of credit.
Linkedin Logistics has entered into strategic alliances to provide logistics services that include flexible warehousing facilities, prior to and post delivery of shipments, in adherence with customs clearance stipulations in warehouse facilities (bonded and non-bonded). It also undertakes distribution processing such as sorting, labeling, packaging and product inspection and verification with the view to rationalizing and reducing distribution costs.
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