Afghan Transit Trade

Project Experience

Afghanistan Transit Trade via Pakistan

Pakistan having geographical advantage is an ideal gateway for your shipments destined for Afghanistan. ATL offers the shortest and most economical transportation service via Pakistan to south and north areas of Afghanistan. We provide door to door delivery inclusive of air / ocean freight, customs clearance at arrival port, border and Afghanistan custom posts and in addition to that also facilitate you by liaising with the respective embassies, ministries and competent
authorities to acquire earliest approvals for release of inbound / outbound cargoes.

Afghan Transit Trade is the core business expertise of ATL; whether the beneficiary of the cargo is military, relief organization, government body, diplomats, commercial contingent or it is Pakistan origin goods for export to Afghanistan. ATL offers total logistic solution and deliver shipments at door step no matter how remote the location may be in Afghanistan. 

From documentation, tax exemption processing to duty / tax assessment, our team is only a click away to serve your needs.

With new provision of Afghan Transit Trade Agreement, the accessibility to CIS via Pakistan is a new avenue that offers opportunity for the transport and freight forwarding industry of Pakistan. Pakistan will operate as a hub for services to CIS for the shipment of goods to the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and some ECO member countries. 

The “CIS” trade, under the quadrilateral agreement , through the Karakurram highway , may take place any time , once the road transport permits, by the four (4) governments entering into the agreement, are issued to their respective approved road transport carriers . It is hoped that lot of in transit cargo, both ways, will have to be handled through the Krakurram highway. In order to achieve the objectives of the “safe” transportation, for the traffic in transit , under the quadrilateral agreement, the multi-modal transport system, based upon the combination of road, rail, sea and or air will have to be involved.