Check out various LX Pantos stories.​

Pantos Logistics established a branch in Kenya which is theSep. 08, 2011

Pantos Logistics established a branch in 'Kenya' which is the hub of the East African logistics.

Pantos Logistics, the largest logistics business which aims at 'one-stop global logistics service' first entered East Africa in the field. On last 8th, Pantos Logistics clarified that it completed the establishment of the corporate body in Kenya which is the hub of the East African logistics and started business.

Pantos Logistics' branch in Kenya was established in Mombasa which is the largest port city of East Africa. It gets to secure a bridgehead in the East African area by entering Kenya this time after Pantos Logistics first entered Egypt which connects south and north of the African Continent to each other and South Africa respectively in the field last year.
Pantos Logistics plans to engage in the omnidirectional logistics projects including export and import air freight and sea freight, customs clearance, domestic logistics, operation of warehouses and express mail service for the global businesses which entered these areas.

Also, Pantos Logistics plans to have the synergy effect by forming the strong logistics belt in Middle East and Africa as it established branches in Saudi Arabia(2009), Dubai (2005), Oman (2008) and Turkey (2007). Pantos Logistics is the only company which is currently operating the self networks in Middle East and Africa by building them as the Korean logistics business.

Kenya which is called 'a black pearl of the Africa' and has a population of 40 million people is the center of East Africa and hub of logistics that is 4 leader countries of Africa with South Africa, Egypt and Nigeria. Logistics of the several neighboring countries including Sudan, Ethiopia and Somalia is mostly started from the port of Mombasa in Kenya or Nairobi which is its capital. Recently, the Kenyan government is focusing on fostering the 2nd and 3rd industry for economic development and advancement of the industrial structure, attracting each country's investment by establishing 'Kenyan Version 2030' to improve three infrastuctures of roads, electricity and water and forming the infrastructure. So it is expected that the growth potential is high.
Cookie settings

LX Pantos Co., Ltd.(hereinafter referred to as the 'Company') uses cookies on the LX Pantos website(hereinafter referred to as the 'Website'). Apart from essential cookies, the Company is required to gain individual consent from customers before installing cookies.​

When users visit the Website, information is stored in their browser or retrieved from their browser in the form of cookies. This information could be about the user, user preferences or the user device, and it is mostly used for the proper functioning of the Website. While users may not be directly identified through this information, the information may provide a more optimized user experience.​

The Company respects the privacy of users. Users may choose not to accept specific types of cookies through their settings. They can check out the details and change their settings.

Guide to cookies

* Check ‘Turn off for today’ in the main screen pop-up

Purpose of use Use of ‘Turn off for today’ function in pop-up
Tracking cookies popup
Data collected Cookie ID and value
Retention period 1 day
Data receiver None(internally retained)​
Guide to cookies

* Google Analytics(GA4), Microsoft Clarity anonymously collected data

Purpose of use collecting and processing of user data
Tracking cookies _ga, _ga_<container-id>
Data collected Number of users, session statistics, approximate location(IP), browser and device information, user activity
* Google Analaytics (GA4), MS Clarity uses individual IP addresses to determine countries, cities and their latitude and longitude. The addresses are not logged or stored.
Retention period 24 months
Data receiver Alphabet Inc., Google LLC, Google Ireland Limited
Microsoft Corporation

Privacy policy of data processing company

Cookie policy of data processing company

You may completely disable Google Analytics in your browser by visiting