Airspeed offers B2C service, SME program to local entrepreneurs, Kahanga-hanga website as a FREE platform

Airspeed: Bridging the Gap between SMEs and Opportunities

Airspeed is a Filipino-owned end-to-end logistics company focused on International and Domestic Freight Forwarding, Customs Clearance, Specialized Logistics, Storage Solutions, and e-commerce Fulfilment. With its growing network, Airspeed aims to make it happen to all its stakeholders, as it has for almost four decades. 

Founded in 1985, Airspeed is one of the country’s most trusted and fastest-growing logistics brands serving the B2B and B2C markets. They have remained in the market lead for the B2B segment for a long time and are looking for more ways to provide a reliable and affordable solutions for businesses.

Airspeed, one of the most trusted logistics partners in the Philippines, has been helping build businesses for almost four decades. Founded by Rosemarie P. Rafael, Chairperson and President, Airspeed has grown from a humble beginning with six employees and a single van to become a trusted provider of end-to-end logistics solutions.


Airspeed offers B2C service, SME program to local entrepreneurs, Kahanga-hanga website as a FREE platform


Recognizing that logistics goes beyond mere goods transportation, Airspeed believes that supporting stakeholders is vital in business development, community enhancement, and economic advancement. The company is dedicated to providing efficient and dependable multimodal logistics services that empower businesses to grow, cut costs, and streamline their supply chains.


In line with its commitment to stakeholders, Airspeed is launching an SME Program to support local entrepreneurs and offer opportunities to underserved communities. The company firmly believes that business success is intertwined with community welfare, striving to maintain a positive social impact.


Enrollment in the SME Program grants entrepreneurs access to specialized international and domestic freight forwarding services with exclusive rates and offers from partners, tailored storage solutions, e-commerce fulfillment, pick-up and drop-off services (entrepreneurs with physical locations can offer Airspeed delivery services too), financial aid, marketing platforms, trade fair opportunities, and training. Pinaspeed, a vital feature of the program, is an online booking and delivery platform developed for online sellers. It aims to provide a seamless and efficient delivery service for businesses of all sizes, enabling sellers to manage bookings and ensure timely customer deliveries easily.


Another initiative, the Kahanga-Hanga PH website, is a free Proud Pinoy platform developed by Airspeed to feature products from SMEs in different parts of the Philippines. This helps them reach a wider audience, expand their customer base, and increase sales.


Understanding the significance and potential of these businesses, Airspeed Group offers complimentary training, resources, and tools to assist them in thriving in today’s competitive market. Through collaborations with institutional and government partners, Airspeed provides tailored services to meet SMEs’ unique requirements, including merchant portfolio development, business growth, product curation, and brand enhancement. To sign up, you can message their Facebook page, and a dedicated SME champion will reach out to the entrepreneur and assess their needs. 


Airspeed’s dedication to supporting SME growth in the Philippines has opened up avenues for business expansion, empowering communities and bolstering the economy. With a wide array of services, an extensive network, and a focus on forming partnerships, Airspeed is well-equipped to address clients’ evolving needs and contribute to the growth of the Philippine logistics industry and the economy.




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