Asia Shipping again marks its presence 50 Top Ocean Freight Forwarders

11 May 2020

Asia Shipping again marks its presence 50 Top Ocean Freight Forwarders

Asia Shipping, the largest logistics integrator in Latin America and a reference in international cargo transportation, is once again in the “50 Top Ocean Freight Forwarders” ranking of the American newspaper Transport Topics. The only Latin American company among the 50 largest in the world, AS won its 6th indication in the maritime transport category by handling 195 thousand international water containers during 2019, which guaranteed the company the 47th position.


Transport Topics 'Top 50 Logistic Companies', in partnership with Armstrong and Associates, ranks, based on annual net revenue, the largest logistics companies in the world. The ranking also includes categories such as Sea, Air, Dedicated, Refrigerated storage, Dry storage and Goods brokerage. In addition to this research, Transport Topics also regularly publishes the TOP 100 transportation companies in the US and Canada, the TOP 100 among the North American food forwarders, among others.


“We have been in the market for 24 years, we were born in Latin America, where most of our efforts and investments are concentrated. With constant investments in technology and training, we are proud to have built a company focused on innovation with operational models that meet the characteristics and demands of our market. Nothing is done alone, we would not have been able to do it without a dedicated and competent team, one of the great values ​​of our organization ”, explains Alexandre Pimenta, CEO of Asia Shipping.


Currently, Asia Shipping has more than 1000 employees, 38 own offices in 11 countries and a complete network of representatives on five continents, developing integrated logistics solutions suitable for the most diverse businesses. In the current moment of the pandemic, the company has served Brazilian companies with alternative routes and exclusive charters in search of keeping our country supplied and mitigating the impacts of COVID-19.


Article originally served on Portal Terra