About Us

Wednesday, 8 May 2019, 7:05 am Written by

At Regional Logistics Centre we give our staff an opportunity to voluntarily contribute to and/or participate in the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility  projects. The main objective pf our Corporate Social Responsibility program is to assist in increasing staff’s attitude and feelings of ownership and affiliation to the company’s community based projects. Additionally, it aims to help in diversifying finance sources for community projects.

The program is part of our commitment to being a responsible corporate citizen while at the same time adding value to the livelihoods of neighbouring communities. Employees have a great opportunity to develop their leadership and project management skills, meet and mingle with community members, as well as the public at large during social investment activities.

 

REGIONAL LOGISTICS CFS AWARDS

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RUGBY

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MARKETING QUIZ NIGHT

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GOLF TOURNAMENT

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SCHOOLS

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Wednesday, 22 August 2018, 8:21 am Written by

Pacific Marine Surveyors Kenya Ltd offers a full range of commercial survey, inspection, Motor accident investigations, death claims, WIBA, goods in transit claims/ Carriers Liability fidelity guarantee, sampling and testing services with supporting Certificates and other relevant documentation, including, but not limited to the following:

  1. Hold and Tank Cleanliness/Condition Surveys - vessel’s cargo worthiness, including hold or tank condition and cleanliness and the general suitability to load a particular cargo;
  2. Vessel’s of On/Off Surveys - vessels’ hold condition and/or bunker on board at time of ’’on/off hire’’;
  3. Compliance Surveys – verifying the Vessel’ suitability to carry cargoes governed by rules or codes, such as grain, bulk cargoes, timber deck cargoes and hazardous goods; and the practical application of local laws and customs of the trade;
  4. Cargo Pre-Loading Surveys –to measure and calculate the cargo’s cubic feet/meter for freight payment/stowage purposes, and/or verify its condition by recording all visible damage before shipment and/or at the warehouse/dock for insurance purposes, carriers and/or freight forwarders;
  5. Loading, Handling & Stowage Advice - including stability and stress calculations; advice on draft and trim; safe carriage and discharge; to assure the effectiveness of securing; and for recommending and supervising loading, stowage, lashing, blocking & bracing to ensure the safe carriage of the cargoes;
  6. Grain Stability Separations, and Stress Calculation - assisting master in the loading planning and/or calculation to best meet the code.
  7. Heavy-Lift & Project Cargo Surveys - cargo condition/handling/stowage and lashing before and during loading are mostly done on behalf of shippers, underwriters, carriers and/or freight forwarders;
  8. Pre-Shipment Surveys - surveys of break-bulk cargo, especially newsprint, wood-pulp and project cargoes to ensure that bills of lading and/or mate’s receipts accurately note the apparent condition of cargo when it is loaded, and to comment on the water tightness, condition and ventilation of the vessel’s holds.
  9. Out-turn Surveys - surveys of break-bulk cargo, especially steel, on arrival at the discharge port, to establish condition, any damages and/or shift of cargo that may have occurred during the voyage. This survey often requires the Silver Nitrate testing for chloride residues.
  10. Draft Surveys - surveys to determine the quantity of a bulk cargo loaded/discharged by reading the vessel’s drafts, measuring the ballast water, fuel & diesel oil and other liquids on board, and calculating the final quantity by using the vessel’s approved dead-weight scales and tank tables, etc.
  11. Dead-freight Surveys - to determine by measurement the amount of cargo a vessel could have loaded if all the available space was utilized. This is to determine the loss of freight due to short shipment of cargo.
  12. Hatch Sealing - to ensure that no contamination and/or loss of cargo occur during passage or stopover in other Ports prior to final destination.
Friday, 17 August 2018, 8:34 am Written by

 Pacific Marine Surveyors on work assignment locations

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Friday, 17 August 2018, 8:03 am Written by

PACIFIC MARINE SURVEYORS KENYA LTD scope of license covers:

  1. Marine Hull and Machinery & Cargo Survey.
  2. Condition Survey Of General Purpose Containers,
  3. Ro- Ro, Refrigerated And Dry, Bulk & Liquid,Cargoes General Average Adjusters
  4. Insurance Claims Adjusters And Private Investigations (Liability And Cargo)
  5. General Cargo Tallying And Supervision
  6. Organization Of Salvage Sale And Disposal
  7. Claims Recoveries And Loss Prevention Consultants
  8. Motor Vehicle And Heavy Lifts Discharge Experts For Project Cargoes, Load In/Out
  9. Tanker Inspections And Assessment Systems
  10. Pre-Purchase Surveys
  11. P & I International Correspondents
  12. Terminal Superintendents
Thursday, 16 August 2018, 5:31 am Written by

Regional Logistics Centre Ltd adheres to corporate governance principles. All the company procedures and operations are bench marked and aligned to best practice. The management hierarchy ensures that management principles are well grounded executed and followed for the overall growth of the company.

Our structure incorporates an able Board of Directors which ensures that there is continued company growth and that wealth is generated for the shareholder.

 

Wednesday, 1 November 2017, 10:26 am Written by

Regional Logistics Centre Ltd (RLC) was established in the year 2003 and registered under companies’ Act (cap 486) of the laws of Kenya. Regional Logistics Centre has operated successfully inside the Port Of Mombasa since inception by providing services in cargo handling and logistics for the greater East and Central Africa countries. The countries served include:

  • Uganda,
  • Tanzania,
  • Rwanda,
  • South Sudan,
  • Republic of Congo and
  • Burundi.

 

Our Vision

To become the regional leader through excellent cargo logistics service provision and your first choice as a preferred partner.

Our Mission
To revolutionize service provision in cargo logistics through efficiency, competency, and professionalism.

 

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Our ServicesWhat We Do

Container Handling
Motor Vehicle handling
Bulk Cargo
Loose Cargo
Project Cargo
Customs Brokerage
Freight Forwarding & Consolidation
Warehousing
Deconsolidation
Empty Containers

 

MombasaHead Office

  Head Office,Regional Logistics Centre,
Mombasa-Nairobi Highway-Miritini
P.O Box 86317-80100 Mombasa.
  +254 791 478 547.
+254 773 839 902
+254 732 839 906
info[@]rlc.co.ke
operations[@]rlc.co.ke

NairobiBranch Office

  Nairobi Office,Regional Logistics Centre,Off Mombasa Road
East Gate/Maasai Road Behind,Police Post.
P.O Box 51879-00200 Nairobi.
  +254 777 839 902.
info[@]rlc.co.ke
operations[@]rlc.co.ke