AUTOLINK CENTRAL ASIA LLP is a freight forwarding company, whose main field of activity is the organization of cars and commercial vehicles logistics. Our customers are well known car manufacturers, importers and dealers in Kazakhstan, Central Asia, the Baltic States region, Western Europe, Russia and the other CIS states.
AUTOLINK CENTRAL ASIA belongs to the Autolink Group with Head office in Norway, which also includes agencies in :
- Norway (port Drammen)
- Finland (port Hanko)
- Estonia (port Paldiski)
- Lithuania (Vilnius)
- Sweden (port Malmo)
Because of presence in the Baltic countries (Estonia and Lithuania) and Hanko port in Finland, AUTOLINK can be considered as an ideal transit point for delivery of cars to Kazakhstan, Central Asia, CIS countries with possibility of terminal handling and PDI services at the own terminals.
Key figures of the AUTOLINK group for 2012
- Turnover is 110 million Euro
- Total number of employees increased to 350 persons
- The number of transported/handled cars is 450 000 units
AUTOLINK offers the following services to their clients:
- Organization of overland ( road and rail) and sea transportations;
- Terminal handling in sea ports;
- Transport documents preparation
- Customs clearance (EX-1 and T-1 customs declarations);
- Import customs clearance in the countries of destination;
- PDI Services
- Local distribution of cars within Kazakhstan
Being serious player on the logistics market, AUTOLINK constantly investing in the own fleet and now has its own park of car carrier wagons, purchased for Kazakhstan and CIS market with loading in Baltic countries, Finland and Russia. The number of car carrier wagons is increasing yearly and now consists of 74 units.
Car Carrier Wagon Type 11-1804
Car Carrier Wagon Type 23-469-08
In addition to the park of the own car carrier wagons AUTOLINK also invested in car transporters, which are arranging shipments within European territory.
Autolink is a member of ECG, European Association of Vehicle Logistics (www.eurocartrans.org) All of our drivers and mechanics have received training in accordance with ECG quality rules.