Greenshields Cowie & Co Ltd

Greenshields Cowie & Co Ltd
Greenshields Cowie & Co Ltd OVER TWO HUNDRED YEARS EXPERIENCE IN PROVIDING FINAL MILE LOGISTICS GreenShields Cowie will provide you the logistical edge in today’s increasingly competitive global marketplace. As an industry trusted leader in final mile logistics, we specialize in the door-to-door transportation on behalf of many international clients to some of the most challenging, remote and volatile regions of the world. With offices and warehouses in the UK, USA and Italy, our services include packing, consolidation, freight , cargo insurance, warehousing, customs clearance and delivery to final destination for commercial cargo, humanitarian aid, perishable, cold chain and pharmaceuticals.

    Greenshields Cowie is a specialist team of freight forwarders, working in partnership with our clients to find innovative logistics solutions that best serve their individual needs. We have extensive experience managing complex logistical requirements on large-scale projects for all major donors, governments and NGOs, as well as a longstanding commercial client portfolio.

    Our core business is final mile logistics in dangerous and difficult to reach destinations. Complex and volatile regions, demand exceptional project management skills and grass roots knowledge. This is where Greenshields Cowie’s unique project management approach really excels. Our dedicated team will go above and beyond to ensure that all your multi-modal transport deliveries remain on schedule, and that you are kept fully informed throughout the process.

    We offer a vital understanding of the bureaucratic, environmental, and infrastructural challenges of less developed countries; and we have developed over the years, a reliable network and knowledge among national authorities and service providers, global transport suppliers, and cargo airlines.

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