At Damco, we currently provide UN organisations, NGOs and suppliers with a full range of worldwide logistics services; and we can do the same for you.
We offer complete ocean freight, airfreight, and landside services; all with end-to-end in-transit visibility. Our landside services are available practically everywhere in the world and include stevedoring, trucking, customs clearance, warehouse and distribution. We excel at finding innovative solutions to meet the specialised needs and requirements of Aid & Relief organisations.
Damco is uniquely positioned to meet your needs due to our unsurpassed geographical reach. Globally we are represented in 315 locations in more than 110 countries.
Our African team alone is made up of more than 600 dedicated people in 33 countries. We have well-developed networks and experienced team members on the ground in places like Djibouti, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Cameroon, and Niger. We also serve markets daily like Chad, Democratic Republic of the Congo and Sudan, and have done case studies on many projects throughout Africa.
We also have a strong presence in 17 countries across Asia, from Bangladesh to Indonesia and from China to Pakistan. In addition, Damco manages supply chains into Afghanistan both through Pakistan and the Russian Federation.
In South and Central America we have a team of more than 560 people with strong networks across the region; including operations in Haiti for more than 4 years.
UN Global Compact
As part of the A.P. Moller - Maersk Group, Damco is aligned with the Group's interpretation of sustainability in business. This includes being a signatory to the United Nations Global Compact. You can find out more information on what sustainability in business means to us here.
Our experts will work with you to provide tailor-made logistics solutions to meet your specific requirements.
In addition to our core transport and supply chain solutions, we
offer a range of specific services and solutions to the aid & relief
Specific logistics services:
Air charter services
Researching developing markets
Supply shippers own containers.
Macro-economic changes and shifts in trade patterns have their impact on global supply chains. They provide opportunities as well as challenges. Let’s have a closer look at some developments in logistics that are directly or indirectly caused by changes in trade patterns, in GDP growth or in customer behaviour.