Agriculture

Agriculture is a diverse industry comprising a number of different product categories ranging from grains to livestock.

Logistics in agriculture will mean ELAN addressing the reliability of the delivery process, especially with respect to delays and uncertainty in time, quality and availability of service and risks of interruption. All of these risks ultimate aim is to provide products of the correct quantity and quality, to the right place, at the right time, efficiently at competitive cost.

Agriculture exports from Myanmar is a familiar ground to ELAN’s team as majority of the agriculture exports comes from Myanmar where out of our offices are located. Upto 80% of Myanmar’s export are agriculture from beans & pulses to wood products, over the years, we created a strong bond with our customers making sure that we use our local expertise to offer the our customers with the most economical and efficient way of sending their produce to overseas.

Message from Chairman
Sharing a fervent passion for providing the optimal logistics solutions to customers have seen the founding of Elan Group of Companies. Incorporated in 2012 by Raymond Phee, Jacqueline Phee and a team of capable leaders. With operations and assets in Singapore, Myanmar, Malaysia, and the Cambodia, our business strategy is a six-pronged approach to logistics: Freight Forwarding, Agency Representation, Custom Brokerage, Warehousing, Project Management and Distribution & Delivery. We complement our business partners with a wide range of market expansion services.

ELAN have grown from small staff strength of 30 to today’s 400, of which Myanmar operations currently employ some 330 people with varied specializations.

The achievements cannot be made possible without the following taking place.
a) A Group of Competent and committed staffs
b) A united teamwork capitalizing every staffs strength and effort.
c) Our careful attention to the integrity of cargo, wide range of international logistics assets, and the control over every logistical aspect of the transport has no doubt been our key advantage.
d) Forces of Nature., 天时地力人和

“IT IS NOT THE STRONGEST OF THE SPECIES THAT SURVIVE, NOR THE MOST INTELLIGENT, BUT THE ONES MOST RESPONSIVE TO CHANGES”