As specialists in vehicle logistics, we work with the public sector, donors, private companies and NGOs worldwide to deliver vehicles safely to their final destinations. Our range of expertise and experience means we understand the unique logistical challenges involved in delivering vehicles into fragile and conflict-affected states and have been a trusted partner to many organisations.


We have moved over 2,000 vehicles to 67 different countries: moving into and out of volatile areas.


Our key strength as a logistics provider is our ability to provide a complete end-to-end service for our clients. Utilising our unique global network of agents and on-the-ground logistics managers, we can provide assistance at both origin and destination points and are able to advise and assist in ensuring correct paperwork is obtained for smooth export and import processes.

Drawing on our 200 years of experience, we have developed methods for assessing the best routings to work towards a smooth transit. This includes monitoring the status of fragile areas with our local agents and ensuring that the correct local infrastructure and expertise are in place to handle and solve logistical challenges.


Greenshields Cowie’s solutions are driven by individual context and operational needs; they are not standardised or “one-size-fits-all”. A proactive, project-managed approach is critical to deliver performance in hazardous environments and developing countries where generic automated methods will not work. Our method is therefore to deliver optimal performance through a knowledge-based, predictive and agile approach.


Modern, complex supply chains can appear opaque without data-driven technical management and the ability to easily cut through the noise to understand all individual elements at any one time. Greenshields Cowie operates a world-class TMS that encourages the use of exceptional reporting and provides a full life-cycle solution for the management of the vehicle supply chain. By utilising specific workflows and milestones, all procurement and supply chain elements can be managed and monitored – from requisition, bidding, contracting and purchasing through to shipment tracking and invoicing.