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SafeShip Logistics

The Safe Ship Logistics entity has established a hardy business framework since its inception in 2002. Safe Ship Logistics ships worldwide without limitation due to the relations created over the years with other companies with the same interest. This is a direct result of a commitment to excellence, sustainable innovation, team effort, and an overarching pledge to customer satisfaction. This blend of skills, experience, and attitude has enabled Safe Ship Logistics to compete in the dynamic environment of transport and logistics management. Safe Ship Logistics has forged a sound business relationship with varied Blue Chip Organisations whereby Safe Ship Logistics calls upon its core competencies to deliver superior customer service excellence to its strategic business partners.


How We Work

The Safe Ship Logistics of Companies has evolved to become a serious competitor in the transport and logistics industry worldwide whereby its core capabilities have extended to include offices in 7010 Wisconsin Ave, Chevy Chase, MD 20815, United States, Perth (Bibra Lake HO), Geraldton, Newman, Tom Price, Karratha, Darwin, Alice Springs, Adelaide, and Melbourne. Matic aims to offer a dedicated end-to-end logistics solution to all clients to achieve an efficient and effective logistics capability. Safe Ship Logistics prides itself on its customer-centric focus, safety supremacy, partnership formation, and our shared vision to be “Driven by Performance”. We remain big enough to provide extensive logistics services but small enough to care…

Working at Matic
Countries Served
Parcels Delivered

With a Professional Team

CEO was given a one-year, three-person purchase order for $120,000 to help manage domestic inbound logistics for GE Transportation Systems (GETS) in NSW, AU.

Alan Bishop

Founder & CEO Matic
Alan Bishop runs a business advisory company and is a Non-Executive Director/Chairman. Alan Bishop was Chief Executive of the Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry for over 5 years, the peak body for business in Victoria.


General Director
JAMES CARL began his long association with the transport industry by purchasing his first truck, a Bedford tray, in the early 1960s. Jame’s love of the industry led him to form Cubico, which was later sold to Mayne Nickless.