Logistics Services

Scanwell Logistics Services

As a leading edge logistics provider, Scanwell Logistics offers a full range of logistics services across the entire supply chain. Our services ensure a unique and effective customer program, tailored to customer's specific requirements.

Our logistics services is intended for medium and large multinational companies with complex supply chain efficiency for better customer's marketing supports as well as VMI / JIT modals for their manufacturing supports.

Warehousing Long
& Short Term

Full Computerised
Stock System

Pick and Pack

export Packing
(inc. Fine Art & Antiques)


Our Services

Air Services

Scanwell Logistics provides a worldwide network for all of your air freight needs, with time-defined and guaranteed services supported by preferred carriers. We offer competitive rates for all time and cost requirements.

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Logistics Services

Scanwell Logitics offers speedy and flexible ocean freight services. Our forwarding services start with analysis of the transportation task. This allows us to find the optimal route coupled with the best time-to-cost variation.

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Ocean Services

As a leading edge logistics provider, Scanwell offers a full range of logistics services across the entire supply chain. Our services ensure a unique and effective customer program, tailored to customer's.

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Logistics Services

Value Added Services

The Increasingly volatile and consumer sensitive chains of supply and demand are not only impacting prices, they are stimulating today's logistic providers to be more responsive, agile and consumer-centric in their supply chain solutions.

We create more value for our customers' supply chains through our global network, on-site knowledge and expertise. We are passionate about delivering operational excellence.

With our comprehensive expertise in all major industries, our strong local organisations and our extensive experience in offering value added logistics service, we can provide our customers with the perfect balance between price and performance.

Full Trailer Load

Faster Transit Times: FTL shipments typically reach their destinations faster than Less Than Truck Load (LTL) shipments because there are no stops to pick up or deliver goods for other customers along the way.

Reduced Handling: Since the goods belong to a single shipper, there is minimal handling of the freight. This reduces the risk of damage during transit.

Security: FTL shipments are generally more secure because the trailer is sealed at the point of origin and remains sealed until it reaches the destination. This reduces the risk of theft or tampering.

Flexibility: The shipper has control over the entire truck, allowing for more flexibility in scheduling pick-up and delivery times.

Cost-Effective for Large Shipments: For businesses that have a large volume of goods to transport, FTL can be more cost-effective compared to shipping multiple smaller LTL shipments.

Specialized Cargo: FTL is often used for transporting specialized or high-value cargo that requires dedicated space and attention.

Less Than Trailer Load

LTL shipping is a cost-effective and efficient way to transport smaller quantities of goods while sharing transportation costs with other shippers. Here are some key points about LTL shipping:

Cost Efficiency: LTL shipping can be cost-effective for businesses with smaller shipments because they only pay for the space they use in the truck.

Consolidation: LTL carriers consolidate shipments from multiple shippers, making it possible for several customers to share the same truck space.

Freight Class: LTL shipments are categorized based on their freight class, which is determined by factors like weight, dimensions, density, and the type of product being shipped. This classification affects pricing.

Pricing Structure: LTL rates are usually determined by the weight and dimensions of the shipment, as well as the distance it needs to travel.

Transit Time: LTL shipments might have longer transit times compared to full truckload (FTL) shipments since the carrier may make multiple stops to deliver various customers' goods.