Worldwide Logistics started its journey as the Indian subsidiary of Worldwide logistics Inc, USA. Later the Indian subsidiary had a management buyout of the interests of the parent company and became Worldwide logistics (India) Pvt Ltd in the year 2000.
WWL has evolved from day one with a focus on service delivery standards and innovations in the service offering. These two core principles have helped WWL gain market respectability for its transparency of transaction and promptness of service.
WWL has grown from 2 offices in India in 2000 to more than 16 cities covering all airports and seaports of entry into the country. WWL is well represented by a network of agents around the world and it focuses on India centric business to benefit the Indian customers.
In the year 2006, WWL started offering the warehousing and distribution services in India for providing integrated logistics solutions to its customers. We have strategic alignment with the leading logistics players in the world to bring the Indian customers the best of services.
At Worldwide, developing innovative solutions and creating competencies internally has been the core of its business proposition. We acknowledge that in the service industry, it is human interface that brings about the differentiation. Human resource development as well as IT as an enabler to the business has given WWL great opportunities to serve its customer base. The proof of ?FIRST CLASS? service to all customers lies in the fact that WWL has been able to establish its position as the ?preferred? service provider to the Supply chains in India.
Worldwide Logistics (India) Pvt Ltd (ISO 9001:2008 certified) is a distinguishable identity that is built in the minds of a large number of satisfied customers. This identity is a result of the service excellence they had been experiencing since the day they chose this company as a single point solution for all their logistics needs.
The WWL group began their ventures in India by establishing the Indian subsidiary of Worldwide Logistics Inc, USA which, after the management buyout became Worldwide logistics (India) Pvt Ltd. in the year 2000.
The Worldwide group later expanded its service spectrum by acquiring a few more companies in the related sectors, which made the group completely equipped to become an Integrated Logistics Service Provider (ILSP). At present the Worldwide group also includes,
M/s Trans Global Logistics– Custom brokerage.
WWL group acquired TRANS GLOBAL LOGISTICS which is a custom brokerage arm of the group operating from all major port cities of the country. This facilitates the group to provide enhanced services to the customer viz. documentation, letter of credit services, marine insurance, and customs consulting besides handling brokerage services.
Worldwide Centre of Logistics Excellence
Headquartered at Chennai that is well acclaimed as the emerging Detroit of South Asia, we have own offices in all the major cities that have strategic importance in the map of India, for providing countrywide logistic service.
Within this short term since the company’s inception, we have built the finest network that engulfs the entire span of the globe. This enables us to move any type of cargo using suitable mode of transportation to any location in the world as specified by the customer. Thus the brand slogan “YOU DECIDE. WE DELIVER.”
At Worldwide, we believe that maximum customer satisfaction can be delivered only by providing tailor made solutions to each client based on their business characteristics. Hence, we take every new company that approaches us as a new case, which will be studied in depth and analyzed in detail by a group of experts with vast experience in the field of logistics. The optimum solution for the logistic requirements of the firm will be formulated such that it is expandable to accommodate the long term needs of the client organization.
Chennai, Bangalore, New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Tuticorin, Karur, Coimbatore, Tirupur, Cochin, Gandhidham, Panipat, Visakhapatnam, Ahmedabad, Pune, Madurai.
6th in Chennai
46th in India
321st in Asia Pacific