Metro Manila · International Carriers
Most major international couriers offer their services in the Philippines. While the services of international carriers are not commonly used for domestic transport of mails and parcels, they are the carriers of choice for many international companies and organizations as well as for Megacitizens sending goods and postcards to their loved ones.
Schenker Philippines, Inc., a subsidiary of the DB Group from Germany, was established in 2007 with the merging of BAX Global, CPI Transport, and Star Trans International. BAX and CPI have been active in the Philippine market for over 10 and almost 20 years respectively. The company has over 800 employees and a number of locations nationwide.
DB Schenker launched local distribution services in the country through its new company Schenker Distribution Solutions, Inc. The new entity started business in the Philippines for its local distribution services on December 1st, 2014. It serves as a logistics partner for all modes of transport in the Philippine islands – by ocean, air, and land.
Services of Schenker Distribution Solutions, Inc. include Full Truck Load, Less than a Truck Load, Full Container Load, Less than a Container Load.
Schenker Compound, Km. 19 West Service Road
Sucat, Paranaque City
Tel: (63) 2 982 9999
DHL is often used by Filipinos abroad to send important documents. Although it is not very popular for domestic use since there are a number of Filipino couriers available, DHL is still one of the most well-known couriers in the country. There are DHL Service Points all over the Megacity.
DHL Philippines has retained the brand DHL but is also known as Wide Wide World Express. The company also offers pick up services and can even send fragile items including those with liquid inside such as wine. Established in the year 1971, DHL Philippines is the first DHL in the Asia Pacific Region.
Tel: (63) 2 811 7000
FedEx is one of the world's largest express transportation companies, delivering to 220 countries and territories. You will find authorized FedEx Ship Centers all over Metro Manila.
Finding new ways to make deliveries more convenient for its customers in the Philippines, FedEx has launched their One Way SMS Notification program in the country. FedEx now sends text messages to its customers regarding their shipments’ documentation requirements and tax duties. The company has the messaging solution in place for import shipments to different destinations in the Philippines. FedEx also sends reminders for overstaying storage.
CBW # 31 International Cargo Terminal, NAIA Airport, Pasay City
Tel: check hotlines here.
Kuehne + Nagel
Kuehne + Nagel Philippines was founded in 1977 and operates at six locations. It provides services in seafreight, airfreight, contract logistics, overland transportation, customs clearance, and project transports. At present, Kuehne + Nagel manages a total warehousing space of around 6,000 sqm at three locations in the Philippines, offering end-to-end solutions to local and international customers.
JJM Bldg., 5 Ninoy Aquino Avenue
San Dionisio, Parañaque City
Tel: (63) 2 820 4237
The Philippine office of TNT at NAIA Airport has an available warehouse of 1,200 square meters, more than 300 employees, 83 vehicles and at least 115 flights per week. TNT Express Philippines has 2 satellite offices in Makati and Shaw.
With TNT, you can choose the speed of the delivery of your items. You can have the company deliver overnight parcels or utilize their custom solutions so that you can meet your deadline.
Ninoy Aquino International Airport
Andrews Ave., Pasay City, Metro Manila 1300
Tel: (63) 2 551 5632
This US company has been in the Philippines and other parts of Asia for a long time. Although not as popular as its Philippine counterparts, UPS still makes good business in the Asian country. Aside from its Manila address, UPS also has an office in Mandaue City in Cebu, Philippines.
888 Delbros Avenue
Pascor Drive, Barrio Sto. Nino
Tel: (63) 2 717 6700