In parallel to Sri Lankan government’s concept in restoring Sri Lanka’s former glory on the “Silk Route” and its policy to become “Logistic Hub of South Asia” Sri Lanka is fast heading to the future to achieve its goal within next decade, “Shiplink” offers you “Logistic IT Hub of South Asia” to keep your mark and let the world be known your presence in the South Asia Logistic trade.Join with Us Today And be a part of South Asia’s fast emerging Aviation, Maritime and Logistic hub. Make your own profile myown.shiplink.asia (Free of charge) Enlist your company details Listing Categories (Only US& 12.00 per annum) Advertise your services and products Web Tariff (Starts from US$ 10.00 per month) Be a registered member to receive more benefits Membership (US$ 24.00 per annum)
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The Government of Sri Lanka (GoSL) has embarked on a development agenda based on the “Mahinda Chintanaya” with the objective of converting the country to a naval, aviation, commercial, energy and knowledge hub in Asia. In keeping with this objective, in the recent years, the GoSL has invested heavily in developing the required infrastructure and the improvement of information and communication technology.
With a steadily growing fast economy, big port projects and other infrastructure planned to capitalise on its geographical location next to the fast growing Indian and Chinese economies, Sri Lanka is well placed to continue the momentum to become an integral part of South Asia’s drive to assume its position as one of the most important economic areas in the entire world.
With numerous commercial opportunities and a vast array of development projects either underway or planned, you have the opportunity to gather crucial business intelligence and engage in a high level exchange with their industry counterparts from both the regional and international port, aviation, maritime and logistics industries.
When searching the details customers always search on subjects and not on company details. “Shiplink” provides all the stakeholders of the logistic trade on one platform and gives customer a choice of vast selection. Consequent to the rapidly growing globalization and integration of logistics, cargo, aviation, shipping and port operations it is of a greater importance that precise and accurate information are easily available and accessible to all stakeholders in the maritime industry.
In recognition of such need for information, “Shiplink” published information guide named “Guide to Sri Lankan Ports & Shipping” a comprehensive hand book, which covers all the aspects of Logistic industry in Sri Lanka and now provides IT version www.shiplink.asia and www.shiplink.lk a worldwide coverage for all users.
Since 1995, Pioneering the “ship to shore” link, “Shiplink” first & only onboard postal and communication service provided its services to many hundreds of ships over the past two decades. These vessels including almost all the passenger vessels including “Queen Elizabeth II” the largest passenger vessel called at Colombo, Main liner Container vessels, Feeder vessels, Cargo vessels, foreign naval vessels & Yachts were appreciated the onboard services provided by “Shiplink”. In 2008, Extending its yeoman service to the Logistics industry, “Shiplink” enters the Information technology & advertising arena introducing yet another unique service, Pioneering the “Guide to Sri Lankan Port & Shipping” first and only Ports & Shipping Guide in Sri Lanka and plans to promote Sri Lankan Shipping, Logistics & Tourism Trades World Wide
Consequent to the rapidly growing globalization and integration of logistics, cargo, shipping and port operations it is of a greater importance that precise and accurate information are easily available and accessible to all stakeholders in the maritime industry. In recognition of such need for information, “Shiplink International” published information guide named “Guide to Sri Lankan Ports & Shipping” a comprehensive hand book, which covers all the aspects of maritime industry in Sri Lanka (Ports, Shipping, Cargo & Logistics).
This guide book brings Sri Lanka in parallel and affiliated with the chain of other prestigious “Ports & Shipping Guides” of the world & will be in worldwide circulation. The valuable information provided in this Guide Book is vital to the sea farers, port users, anybody engaged in above trades and general public will be updated annually on the printed version, monthly on CD version and instantly on web version.
“Guide to Sri Lankan Ports & Shipping” consists of two sections, Port guide and Shipping Directory sections. Port guide contains the detailed information about all ports in Sri Lanka (Colombo, Galle, Trincomalee, Kankasannturei, Point Pedro, Jaffna and developing ports of Colombo South, Hambantota and Oluvil) their management, departments and contact numbers. Directory section contains the addresses and contact numbers of companies engaged in Shipping, Cargo, Logistic, Aviation and their associations.
We are in the opinion that this guide book would be very much helpful you to access accurate and updated information to make correct and easy decisions. Also we very much appreciate if you could update your information with us and give opportunity to serve you better. Please E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org . We welcome your valuable suggestions and proposals which will help the industry. Web portal www.shiplink.lk.In 2013, In parallel to Sri Lanka aim of becoming “Logistic Hub of South Asia” “Shiplink International” Launches www.shiplink.asia “Logistic IT Hub of South Asia” To address you’re all logistics needs Promptly and effectively.