We offer a complete set of services for freight forwarding, storage, additional treatment and handling, arranging of customs formalities and transportation of cargo “door-to-door” from Europe/Asia to Russia and CIS countries, by using Own Warehouse for Customs and European Cargoes (customs warehouse number: LV-98-A-0256).
Our logistics server has their own new and modern warehousing complex with the area exceeding 12 00 sq.m.
For the last 10 years, we´ve successfully carried out all kind of transport and forwarding services, both locally as well as worldwide, in cooperation with many partners and leading service providers.
We can finance your procurements for up to 90 days, by paying for the goods to your supplier, whether it´s alcoholic goods, medicine, clothing, electronics etc.
Our company is focused on the Russian and CIS markets for the provision of warehousing services, and services for logistics and transportation as well. To realize this mission, in 2008 “Wellman Logistics” ltd completes construction and puts into operation a highly technological, modern and multifunctional A class warehouse, which is located in the very centre of the Latvia and serves as a base of the Logistics Centre of the company for consolidation of cargo coming from Asia and Europe to Russia and CIS countries markets.
“Wellman Logistics” ltd is a member of Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), as well as operations of the company are certified by Latvian Association of Freight Forwarders and Logistics (LAFF).
We will render all logistics services for you here in Latvia, that you could order in Russia and CIS countries, but more exactly, more reliable, qualitatively and with competitive prices.
Locating in the heart of the Baltic States –in Latvia, at the crossing of important transport routes, we offer first class service aimed to minimize the cost for clients.
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“Our mission is to be the Europes most innovative logistics solutions provider for companies shipping goods to CIS and selling imported goods within the CIS markets.”