Sri Lanka has become a thriving logistic hub in the South Asian region. With the strategic geographical location in close proximity to the emerging markets and the international shipping routes that link Asia to Europe, the country is perfectly positioned to develop its logistics sector. Further, Sri Lanka's proximity to the Indian sub-content positions the country as a gateway to a market of 1.3 billion people.
Against this backdrop and given its eminence as global centre of innovation and production excellence, Sri Lanka presents a unique proposition for further development into a world-class logistics hub, linking global supply chains with a new generation of consumers in the fastest growing economies in the world.
Founded with a handful of innovative thinkers in 1992, Freight Links International (FLI) has grown to become one of Sri Lanka’s leading logistics solutions providers and has been certified as compliant with ISO standards since 1994. We have our own offices in 5 major cities in India, in Maldives and in Dubai and the strong worldwide network of partners, gives our customers the advantage of being able to ship from or to, any location of their choice, with a single point of contact.
MIT Cargo (Pvt) Ltd is a fully owned subsidiary of the Hayleys PLC; one of Sri Lanka’s largest multinational business conglomerates with a history spanning 135 years. With a humble beginning in 1985 MIT is now a premier provider in cargo forwarding and logistics solutions globally with expertise in handling complex projects. Accredited by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations (FIATA) and holds the ISO 9001:2015 certification Our Principal Panalpina is represented on all continents and ranked amongst the top freight forwarding giants in the industry. The Panalpina Group operates a global network with some 500 offices in more than 160 countries.
Sri Lanka practices a variety of trans-shipment methods including Hub-and-Spoke, Interlining/ Intersection, and Relay. Sri Lanka also provides auxiliary maintenance and replenishing services including dry and wet dock repairs, crew changes, supplying and replenishing victuals and water.