Pil Container

PIL Container is a big shipping and container service provider, based in Singapore. Its range of activities includes container manufacturing and shipping with other logistics related service. It was started in the year 1967 as Pacific International Lines (PIL) and with consistent endeavors   it has appeared as a major service provider in Southeast Asia with its activities spread to Asia-Africa and Middle East.

The Pil Container Shipping Company

Logistics management- an integral part of its service

Now-a-days, PIL also majors in Logistics Management and it has developed expertise in supply chain management, consolidation and distribution facilities, warehousing, multi-modal operations, and operations in container depots and terminals, and manufacturing and repairing of containers.

PIL- the largest owner of vessels

PIL, as a group, has 176 sophisticated and state-of-the-art vessels and it functions with the total capacity of 346532 TEUs. It has also undertaken a fresh programme that can give six new container vessels with the total capacity of 23,400 TEUs. To add to this, this will also bring in 2 new multi-purpose vessels and all these can hopefully be parts of its commendable fleet by December, 2014.

Great Turnover

With its group turnover of $ 4.5 billion in 2012, it will take the pioneering place in the world of shipping services.

Glimpses of its services

i)  Despite its praise-worthy development, it makes most of its services only through containerization.

ii)  The other part of its service in this is containerization and transportation of special cargo.

iii)  It has programmed its services to reach the destination in the accurate time so that the project work of the sender will not be hampered in the least.

How Pil Container Tracking works?

The Pacific International Lines do understand the importance of tracking and that’s why they provided online track and trace tool that allow to check the status of the container at one click.

Enter the Bill or Reference number and click on submit button – it will show the current status of the container shipment.