International Couriers

International Couriers means having the right thing, at the right place; at the right time, the procurement, maintenance, distribution, and replacement of personnel and materiel. It is also defined as a business planning framework for the management of material, service, information and capital flows. It includes the increasingly complex information, communication and control systems required in today’s business environment.
We are the first choice for companies looking for end to end logistics solutions and high quality servicing capabilities.
Our logistics customers include over 75% of the world’s largest quoted non-financial enterprises. These organisations trust us with their brands and reputations not simply but because we strive to deliver globally consistent services of the highest quality, wherever they work with us.
Our goal is nothing less than to transform the logistics industry and to deliver beyond our customers’ expectations wherever and whenever they need us – by offering the most comprehensive suite of services and becoming the only genuine one-stop source for logistics solutions, globally.
A supply chain is the flow of goods, information and finance. It typically starts by sourcing raw materials or semi-finished goods, which are scheduled and transported into factories to be made into finished products (see Diagram 1.0). These then pass through warehouses or distribution centres and are delivered to retailers, wholesalers or direct to consumers’ homes or business premises. Finally, aftermarket activities involve the maintenance and repair, or the return and recycling, of products at the end of their life. Supply chain planning optimises overall flows and inventories, by balancing resources with demand at all stages.
Customers have increasing demands for transportation performance, higher on-time delivery performance, and reduced damage-in-transit. They expect transportation providers to be flexible and quickly adapt to order changes. Add to all of this an increased need for global freight visibility and control, and companies are scrambling to find the right solution to quickly address these challenges