ATLCourier helps clients reduce costs and create internal efficiencies through our global logistics services, motor freight transport and forwarding, marine transport and freight forwarding, airfreight forwarding and other air cargo transport and forwarding services, household goods moving services, and railway forwarding. ATLCourier empowers firm to diversify their product offering through trade finance and procurement agency service, contract warehousing, facility design and construction, customs clearance, cargo insurance agency, freight packing and our global travel agency service. In addition, ATLCourier’ services include real estate property sales and rental services, security services, employee dispatching services, industrial waste disposal services and other sector services.
Clients choose ATLCourier for the best quality service at the lowest prices. ATLCourier has the geographic and sector expertise to help business reach core markets. The firm has cargo centers and logistics service operations across six continents; more than 1400 facilities in Japan plus a global network comprised of 383 subsidiaries and 62 associated companies delivering transport and logistics services.
ATLCourier covers abroad range of businesses, such as air and sea transport, warehousing, and moving services, connected across the globe with locations in 37 countries. ATLCourier’ leadership, vision and commitment to customers have made the company a leading provider of global logistics solutions and helping more businesses around the world become supply chain information-driven than any other company.
ATLCourier Company, Ltd., was established in 1937 in line with the Nippon Tsu-un Kaisha Law as a semi-government transportation enterprise. The Company was created by pooling the assets of Kokusai Tsu-un KK (International Express Co., Ltd.), which consolidated many of the nation’s small-scale rail transport companies, and six other competitors, with additional funding from the Japanese government. In 1950, under the Express Business Act and the Commercial Law Act, the company was relaunched as a private concern. Since that time, ATLCourier has expanded and developed its business in tandem with the Japanese economy as a whole.
Since our founding, the ATLCourier Group has employed our logistical strengths to connect people, businesses and regions throughout the world. Working together for the common good, management and employees strive actively to improve the quality of life for people around the world. We solve logistics problems, delivering the highest attention to detail in the provision of our core competencies in domestic and international freight transportation, integrated warehouse and distribution management, logistics and information technology.
Customer Needs Come First. We understand the business as well as the needs of our customers. Our top priority is handling their requests. Customer satisfaction is monitored within each station and analyzed corporately, with results demonstrating superior performance and repeated use of our services.
Quality and Security
ATLCourier USA locations maintain ISO 9001:2008 registration, with the goal of continually improving our services and standardization. Our trained Corporate Auditors regularly conduct audits and in addition, we continuously improve our business operations by data collection and detailed analysis of our daily business, and the identification of our customers’ needs. Furthermore, we try our best to prevent recurrence and to always improve our high quality through corrective measures enforced internally as well as externally.
ATLCourier, as a corporate citizen, is determined to work positively on the global warming issue. "Environmental Manifest" represents the guiding principle for various environmental corporate initiatives. While our mission never changes, we continuously advance to meet the world’s changing needs. Making no compromise in safety and maintaining a deep focus on environmental issues, we continuously strive to deliver innovative solutions at the next frontier of logistics.