Firstclass logistics is a well-established and steadily growing Logistics provider in the South African market. We endeavour to our name by providing a “Best in Class” service to our customers, through our extensive service offer. We proudly stand behind our customer base, which represent a wide spectrum of industries including both Multinationals and “Proudly South African” companies.
At Firstclass Logistics, “Built on Ambition, Powered by Possibility” encapsulates our pride and vision to succeed. As an employer of more than 60 people, we aim to be a leading, integrated logistics management company that operates within the context of global standards. As a brand, we are committed to cost effectiveness, quality service, people development and environmental awareness.
The Firstclass Brand is not just an image but a reflection of our very essence and the way we strive to do business on a day to day basis. Our core values remain our guiding principles and we use this manifesto to ensure that we maintain & further enhance our offer of value to our customers and the entire industry at large.
We aim to be a key enabler in South Africa’s development, through a progressive and competitive logistics offer.
Gashan Naidoo, founder and CEO of Firstclass Logistics, began operations in 2003 with the same entrepreneurial, can-do spirit that remains one of the company’s core values today. He took on the typical challenges of a start-up business and turned it into a multi-million rand organization.
“Over the past decade, our company has achieved exponential growth relative to the industry’s performance, which is a testament to our core values and our unwavering investment in people and customer satisfaction, whilst still delivering the balance between sustainable business and communities,” Gashan Naidoo
With over 50 years of collective management experience, the management team is the foundation of Firstclass Logistics’ “Best in Class” culture. This competent and dynamic team is ready to lead the company into the future, innovating and adapting to this ever-changing sectorial landscape.