Egreentrans provices transport services and third party warehouse for ecommerce


Offering international transportation, inland freight and insurance of supply chain logistics services, custom brokage for importers and exporters.


Industry leading solutions span the entire supply chain from inbound logistics to warehousing to outbound and returns.


Providing fully integrated services that include warehousing, transportation management, dedicated transportation, e-commerce fulfillment, & last mile delivery.

Egreentrans works with world-class logistic partners to engineer an innovative and unique end-to-end supply chain network.

Cost Advantage

Most Competitive Price

Provide container with different sizes:

  • 20'ST 5.9*2.35*2.39m,
  • 40'ST 12.03*2.35*2.40m,
  • 40'HQ 12.03*2.35*2.7m.

Free Warehousing

High standard warehouse with good environment and security guarantee.

Logistics Live Broadcasting

You can monitor the logistic status of your order any time and share to your customers with logistics live broadcasting service.

Ocean Transportation

According to your requirements (cost, shipping time, overall service).

Air Freight

Help you to enjoy a consistent high quality service and reasonable price.

Custom Brokerage

Not only can deal with the current problems, but also help you avoid problems and delays.

Surface Transportation

We have all of mode of transportation and rich experience, and the entire carriage will have real-time tracking.

Warehousing and Distribution

Large hardware standars, good environment, and security of modern warehouses.

Cargo insurance

Can provide you with all kinds of suitable marine and road transportation insurance.

About Us

We offer international freight shipping services including competitive freight shipping costs, free freight quotes, and free warehousing. Egreen Transport is your one stop solution for all of your freight forwarder, customs broker needs.

History of Containerization

Modern container shipping celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2006. Almost from the first voyage, use of this method of transport for goods grew steadily and in just five decades, container ships would carry about 60% of the value of goods shipped via sea. The idea of using some type of shipping container was not completely novel. Boxes similar to modern containers had been used for combined rail- and horse-drawn transport in England as early as 1792. The US government used small standard-sized and distributing containers during the Second World War, which proved a means of quickly and efficiently distributing supplies. However, in 1955, Malcom P. McLean, a trucking entrepreneur from North Carolina, USA, bought a steamship company with the idea of transporting entire truck trailers with their cargo still inside. He realized much simpler and quicker to have one container that could be lifted from a vehicle directly onto a ship without first having to unload its contents. His ideas were based on the theory that efficiency could be vastly improved through a system of “intermodalism”, in which the same container, with the same cargo, can be transported with minimum interruption via different transport modes during its journey. Containers could be moved seamlessly between ships, trucks, nd trains. This would simplify the whole logistical process and, eventually, implementing this idea led to a revolution in cargo transportation and international trade over the next 50 years.