About us


Shuttle Cargo formed in 2004 by a group of professional international transportation, logistics and customs brokerage executives with over 10 years of experience. We are really an aggressive Freight Forwarder and Global Logistics Provider in Vietnam. Basing on this solid foundation we have been leveraging our strengths and expanded our operations through an agency network to over 100 destinations in the world.

Shuttle Cargo prides in having career personnel who are well experience, highly trained, professional, dynamic and customer oriented.  All staffs are committed to give only their best to ensure efficient and personalized service to all customers. Our value is in understanding our clients’ requirements which range from the simple repositioning of inventory through to supporting the extended value and supply chains of business enterprises. We determine how your goods are handled from creation to completion, where your goods are at any given moment and when they will arrive in the hands of your customer.  Cost – effective, time saving options and the flexibility to help our customers to achieve competitive advantage in the global marketplace. For you this means tighter cost controls, enhanced revenues, improved asset utilization, and better service to your customers.

Vision and Mission

Shuttle Cargo’s mission is to offer its clients a reliable, high quality alternative of freight transportation and logistics needs in Vietnam freight market. A true alternative is to offer a high level of practical experiences, building up a closer contact and business relationship with customers. Cost effectiveness and increase value-added at each step of customer’s cargo movement is our main action principle.

Headquartered in Ho Chi Minh City – the pattern of economic growth and development in the south of Vietnam,Shuttle Cargo will take all these advantages to build up  a more stronger and comprehensive agency network to worldwide. Besides that we focus on establish and develop our logistic services in order to cope with the international forwarding industry needs.

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