Explore our capabilities and solutions
Our customised solutions encompass the multifaceted fields of freight management, contract logistics and distributorship. Alongside our clients, we collaboratively design and deliver solutions that deliver an invaluable competitive edge.
We focus on 5 key industries - automotive, chemicals, consumer, healthcare and industrial. Our deep experience and unrivalled ability to customise solutions ensures the ongoing relevance and competitiveness of our clients in these demanding and dynamic industries.
Working in 38 countries, we are a truly international business. Each country and every market brings its own demands but our expansive experience and in-country partnerships see us well placed to navigate the intricacies of infrastructure, policy, governance, language and culture. Explore what we do where by using the interactive map.
- Leading positions in regional markets provide platforms for sustainable growth
- Competitive differentiation centred on agility and customisation
- Trusted partner to multinational clients
- Asset right business model underpins financial profile
- Vision to unlock benefits of "One Imperial Logistics"
- Track record for consistent growth
- Strong and committed leadership
Latest news from our businesses
Imperial Logistics honours Madiba with new school library in Soweto
Supply chain and logistics leader Imperial Logistics - together with Motus Corporation - celebrated the legacy of Nelson Mandela today by handing over a newly built library and resource centre to the Elsie Ngidi Primary School in Chiawelo, Soweto.See the full article
Imperial Logistics helps bring eye care to the people of Nigeria
Imperial Logistics Limited, through its Worldwide Healthcare business in Nigeria and in partnership with the esteemed Tulsi Chanrai Foundation, is honoured to be contributing to the establishment of world-class eye hospital in Abuja.See the full article
Imperial Logistics steers Oxea towards climate-neutral car fleet
Chemicals company Oxea GmbH has offset a total of 266 tonnes of CO2, in respect of its 60-strong management car fleet in Germany, in the first year of a ground-breaking CO2 compensation programme devised and commissioned by its vehicle fleet management company, Imperial Logistics.See the full article