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Welcome To Dapper Logistics Pvt. Ltd.

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DAPPER stands for "Strong Leader in Quality". Guaranteed punctuality and speed are the priorities of Dapper's offering. Reliability, Transparency, Security, flexibility and sustainability are the values that every employee at Dapper lives' by each day. Our core business is to provide highly reliable End-User services as well as value-added customer-specific logistics solutions. We are working very hard to be more than just a simple Logistic service provider. We stand behind each and every assignment we undertake by managing it in time bound and a cost effective manner. This is what everyone at Dapper are striving to achieve every day. You may rest assure that we provide superior quality throughout our entire network.

Our Mission & Vision
- To be a successful provider of Integrated Logistics Solutions worldwide.
- To achieve superior quality by adopting quality management systems & through committed efforts of all at Dapper, in an organizational environment that is conductive to professional as well as personal growth.

Our Motto
- To be a partner of our valuable customers in building a seamless value chain.
- Our commitment to our customers is to provide the best possible routes, deliveries at most competitive rates & time bound for their inward as well as outward cargo.

Our Focus
- To provide world class services economically.

Latest News
Port workers in Colombo threaten to boycott south Indian cargo
Port workers here today threatened to stop handling cargo from south Indian ports to protest the harassment of Sri Lankan monks and pilgrims in Tamil Nadu.

"We can't silently watch the harassment of our monks and pilgrims in Tamil Nadu. We want to stop handling cargo from Indian ports as a result", Mahesh Samarawickrema, a dock workers' trade union official told reporters.

Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalitha had earlier refused to host the Lankan cricketers in Chennai in view of the growing political tensions, stemming from the treatment of ethnic Tamils in Sri Lanka.

The port workers held placards against Tamil Nadu politicians Jayalalithaa and Karunanidhi, in the port premises.

However, port official Nalin Aponso said there had been no official response from the port management to the dock workers demands' to stop handling cargo from South India.

Port figures showed that almost 60 per cent of Colombo port's annual container volume of 4.1 million TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent unit, a measure used for capacity in container transportation) comes from south Indian ports.

For more details, click the below link:
http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/port-workers-in-colombo-threaten-to-boycott-south-indian-cargo-113040200395_1.html

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