Foresight, the name is Success, the adage in common business parlance was proved correct once again when LEXICON SHIPPING AGENCIES PVT. LTD. was founded by the successful business house of Shrivastava’s in 1979. The Company never languished in status since then but has constantly grown in-spite of cutthroat competition in the field. Past two decades of its existence LEXICON never swerved from its original motto of Service before Profit. The seed for the formation of LEXICON was laid down when Sadhna Movers was incorporated in Gandhidham in the business of Transportation. When the Indian economy was in its nascent stage, the promoters of LEXICON foresighted the potential growth in the International Trade and Cargo Industry.
Every commodity is different. Rules, regulations, duties, and taxes change all the time. You can trust LEXICON whenever your imports are arriving in India, whether it may be Raw Material, Capital Goods, Project Imports, Baggage Cargo or for Exhibitions, Fairs and Seminars / Gifts / Repair, in duty payments or duty exemption schemes. We make the entire import experience straightforward.
Our sincere thanks goes to some of our very long standing and supportive customers and principals. Our distinguished feature is time and again we are always able to meet any kind of requirements with the shortest notice 24/7.
Logistics involves the meticulous design, implementation, and management of the movement and transportation of goods from their point of origin to their final point of consumption. It involves a wide range of decisions centered around reliability and cost. A careful analysis of the transporters, their track records, the channels used by them, the routes followed by them, the risk involved in the routes taken, ancillary expenses including insurance premium in each of the routes identified and optimization of fleet size to ensure delivery of the entirety of a consignment without extra charges on unused capacity are only a few of the hurdles in the way of business intending to ensure a streamlined flow of goods.