About Us

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Company Profile.

As one of the world’s leading logistics and shipping companies, we have a responsibility to set an example in our industry and be a sustainability leader. That means reducing our carbon footprint and setting the highest social and governance standards. Over the years, we have repeatedly redefined logistics, from pioneering the green logistics product to becoming a lead logistics company to commit to a zero-emissions target. Today we offer the most comprehensive portfolio of green logistics solutions in the industry. Our Company is mainly engaged in domestic and international maritime container, air transport, rail delivery and truck shipment services as well as related businesses, as the group's core business sector.

By the end of December 2021, the Company owned and operated 250 container vessels with a total capacity of 1.2 million TEUs. PLATINUM GLOBAL SHIPPING Lines operates 370 international and domestic shipping routes, consisting of 263 international services (including international feeder services), 37 domestic services, having anchors in 437 ports covering 82 countries and regions worldwide.

Since our inception in 2010, we have developed according to our clients’ needs from a traditional freight forwarding company to a full service logistics provider. We provide all the necessary services for highly-engineered supply chain solutions and combine these with a unique cargo shipping and freight forwarding services to provide a complete solution.

Our Vision

Our aim is to act as an indispensable partner to our clients by helping them build and maximize sustainable competitive advantages. We do this by helping them get their products and consignments delivered quickly, efficiently, and safely. In addition to our expertly crafted and reliably delivered logistics solutions, our clients can rest assured that every interaction will be driven by integrity and respect, the fundamental principles of our business.

We aspire to deliver a positive, reliable experience to each and every one of our clients while offering exceptional value in the marketplace and setting the standard for professionalism in the logistic solutions we provide. In addition to operating our business profitably, we strive to operate it responsibly both for our clients and our employees, for whom our goal is to provide a safe and secure work environment.


Superior Reputation in Air Cargo Safety.


Being in the transport and logistics industry for more than a decade, we can firmly boast of a track record of 0 cases of in terms of crushes or cargo loss. We have a team of dedicated personnel always on routine checks as well as a highly prioritised tradition of maintenance culture. We ensure your consignment arrives fast, safely and intact.

Know The Details Of Road Freight

    An Insight Into Road Freight

Road freight is the transport of goods from one location to another (a place of loading and a place of unloading) by means of motor vehicles via a road network. Commercial road freight transport is the transport of goods on a business basis by logistics companies or forwarders. In-company transports organized by the enterprises themselves, for example between different business locations within the context of internal production processes, are thus not classified as commercial freight transport. In road freight, different trucks are used depending on the goods being transported. In EU member states, for example, road freight regulations only apply to vehicles with an empty weight of more than 3.5 t – which simply means that national specifications do not cover lighter vehicles. However, there are some special provisions: since February 2022, vehicles over 2.5 t are also subject to road freight transport regulations when crossing EU borders. Now these are legal quibbles, and in principle all conceivable motor vehicles are used in road freight transport, from vans to semitrailers. Whether refrigerated vehicles or hazardous goods transports, container semi-trailers or vacuum trucks for liquids – there is a great variety. In Europe, trucks are restricted to a maximum length of 18.25 m in accordance with the relevant EU directive. In some countries, special permits are granted for so-called Longer Heavier Vehicles (LHVs) with lengths of more than 25 m. Logistics experts and official bodies expect such LHVs to reduce CO2 emissions since they can transport more goods in one trip.

Why Choose Us

Offices Worldwide

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Years of Experiences

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