Ligentia:  Future-proof your supply chain

Ligentia is a leading freight and supply chain management provider for retailers and manufacturers with global operations. Our core business values of loyalty, respect, honesty, teamwork and customer focus embody our organisational culture of trust and partnership. These enduring strengths unite our staff around the globe in a dedication to solving customers’ problems and delivering market leading supply chain solutions.

With over 1,000 people, in a fast expanding network of more than 60 offices we design and manage solutions giving our customers confidence in both our proprietary technology and exceptionally knowledgeable people. Our customers enjoy flexibility, speed and agility, enhanced by deep expertise in their industry and underpinned by technology-enabled visibility for enhanced supply chain control.

For our customers, our breadth of service and depth of expertise translates directly into increased supply chain productivity and efficiency, improved focus for their business as well as reduced lead-times and inventory costs. We are their trusted partner in achieving supply chain excellence and securing competitive advantage today and in the future.

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The BRICS Annual Summit 2017 : 18th August 2017

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Alderman-Davis to lead Global Air : 2nd August 2017

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Three years ago Ligentia took an ambitious step forward in [...]

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Asia-Europe Trade Market Update : 27th July 2017

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Capacity All three carrier Alliances continue to report [...]

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Asia-Europe Trade, Ocean Market Report – April 2017

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Over the next few weeks one of the most significant events in global container shipping in the last 10 years will unfold as the world’s leading carriers re- arrange the consortia in which they operate, and attempt to deliver revised and hopefully improved services. For the consumer of these services this will be a welcome move if indeed service levels do improve, but it will be less well received if the outcome is a more tightly-controlled market where container space is limited in peak periods and where freight rates are artificially increased as a result.

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