BEE LOGISTICS CORPORATION - HEAD OFFICE

Locations

Headquarters HO CHI MINH

Hai Au Building, 39B Truong Son Street, Ward 4, Tan Binh District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
70000 - HO CHI MINH
VIETNAM

Specialization

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Company Introduction

Vision : Bee Logistics Corp strives to be a reliable Global Logistics Group, creating value for society and its people.

Mission: The mission of Bee Logistics is to offer our customers modern, integrated logistics solutions based on the creativity and on the continuous optimization of our resources through our team, the warriors with the Bee symbol, who are always honest, hard-working, dedicated, and never stop learning to move beyond customer satisfaction to customer delight.

Bee Logistics was formed on 01st October, 2004 with three founding members in Ho Chi Minh City. Over 16 years on the way of growth, from that simple aspiration comes Bee Logistics that today have made great progress. Our human resources thrive to over 800 qualified staffs working in Vietnam (22 domestic locations). We have 08 oversea locations Cambodia, Myanmar, representative offices based in Thailand, India, Taiwan ......and in our joint ventures, affiliates, a network of world-class strategic partners. 

Our services: Sea freight FCL/LCL service/ Air Freight - AOG / Break bulk, oversized and over-weighted cargo/ multi-modal transportation/ Chartering aircraft and vessel / Railway, cross border transportation/ Door to door services/ Value-added services like warehousing, packaging, labelling, Distribution …

Bee Logistics is one of a few players in Vietnam that is granted with full licenses including custom broker, unimodal and multimodal transportation accepted by FMC (Federal Maritime Commission).

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