Your single source contact in Baltics from point of origin to consumption
Via 3L is a leading group of companies operating in Baltic region focusing on contract logistics and international transportation services.
The company was founded in 2001 in Estonia and has expanded since gradually to all Baltic States locating in capital cities – Tallinn, Riga, Vilnius.
Companies service turnover amounted to 65mio Eur in 2015.
Group employs over 500 people and operates over 50 000 sqm modern warehouse facilities allowing
storage and related services in ambient, chilled or frozen temperatures.
International transport team covers all areas from road and air to sea and multimodal forwarding
Microsoft Dynamics AX 20102 with custom made features support efficient processes
Customer support and value added services
Order, invoice and credit management
Financing and insurance
Warehousing and distribution
Storage and terminal services. Ambient, chilled and frozen temperatures
Picking by fefo, fifo, batch and interval
Deliveries and collection in 24h leadtime
Expedited picking capability
Full traceability on handling unit level, per SSCC, batch number
Back to shelf or disposal process
Our Team at Your service at
Kalmari tee 10, Lagedi
Reg no 10731489
VAT EE100678989 Swedbank
+372 6 802 300
Noliktava 11, Dreiliņi
Reģ no LV40103609889
VAT no 40103609889 Swedbank
Nordea Bank Finland Plc. Latvijas filiāle
UAB "Logistikos cempionai"
+370 5 260 2855
Leaders win through logistics. Vision, sure. Strategy, yes. But when you go to war, you need to have both toilet paper and bullets at the right place at the right time. In other words, you must win through superior logistics.
..don’t know what the hell this ‘logistics’ is that Marshall is always talking about, but I want some of it.
Admiral E. J. King
The line between order and disorder lies in logistics.
The tactics…no, amateurs discuss tactics,…. Professional soldiers study logistics.
Tom Clancy, Red Storm Rising
You will not find it difficult to prove that battles, campaigns, and even wars have been won or lost primarily because of logistics.