K-LINE Air Service Phils (KLAS-P) recently marked its 20th year, a pioneer among Japanese freight forwarders in the airfreight industry.
It has gone a long way since its incorporation in 1990 as an international airfreight forwarder and licensed customs broker. “I have seen the company grow through the years, starting with a measly capital which has now grown nearly a hundredfold. But assets aside, the company’s true wealth is its people, who have stayed loyal all these years and who have been providing our clients with first-class service and expertise. I look forward to 20 more years of working with these excellent people,” KLAS-P founder and CEO Bayani Coching said.
KLAS-P now boasts four branches in export processing zones Cavite, Cebu, Clark and Laguna on top of its main office along NAIA Avenue. The Cebu office services the Visayas and Mindanao markets; the Laguna office, Calamba, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal and Quezon; and Clark, Northern Philippines, particularly Subic, Pampanga, Tarlac and Baguio City.
The company enjoys the support of all major airlines, being a member of the International Air Transport Association and a pioneer member of the Aircargo Forwarders Association of the Philippines. It is also certified by the Civil Aeronautics Board and Customs Broker Board of the Philippines.
KLAS-P’s quality policy — Where people are committed to provide world-class logistics services — has guided its employees to provide highly-personalized services covering all freight needs.
The Airfreight Division offers the most competitive rates for shipments from the Philippines to any point in the world. The Sea Freight Department is responsible for all issues related to the import/export of less-than containerload or full container load shipments by surface.
In addition, KLAS-P offers brokerage, trucking, household moving and warehouse services. A fleet of its own trucks, all radio-controlled for easy coordination and tracking of deliveries and pickups, make it possible for KLAS-P to recommend the most economical mode of transport to clients. Radio bases permit immediate communication between the head office and branches, effectively monitoring all shipments.