Yang Ming Line (YML): The National Shipping Line of Taiwan is represented by Transmarine Logistics Ltd in Bangladesh. Yang Ming Line, ranked 14th globally on January 2015, has 66 services all across the world with 401,920 TEUs operating capacity using 88 ships and major alliances with China Ocean Shipping Company (COSCO), K-Line, Evergreen and Hanjin forming the CKYHE consortium.

United Arab Shipping Company (UASC): United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) is a global shipping company based in the Middle East represented in Bangladesh by Global Freight Ltd. Founded in 1976, UASC is present in more than 75 countries around the world, covering over 200 ports and destinations worldwide.

UASC offers containerized and conventional cargo transportation, temperature-controlled cargo and value-added services to a diversified global client base, covering the Middle East, Europe, Mediterranean, Indian Sub-continent, Far East, Australia, West Africa and The Americas. UASC is currently implementing one of the industry's largest and most technologically advanced new building programs, with seventeen new vessels on order; six 18,800 TEU and eleven 15,000 TEU container ships, in addition to their current fleet of 54.

Emirates Lines, Hong Kong, SAR: Emirates Shipping Line DMCEST is a new generation containerized shipping company, registered in Dubai Maritime City of United Arab Emirates and commercially headquartered in Dubai and Hong Kong. It provides niche services to and from the Middle East, China, South East Asia, India and Africa.

Hubline Bhd. is a major regional intra-Asian shipping line, based in Malaysia currently operates a fleet of 40 vessels viz., container vessels, dry bulk carriers, and tugs and barges are currently deployed to provide services between ports in Malaysia, South-East Asia including Bangladesh where Total Transportation Ltd represents the agency.

Regional Container Lines (RCL): Regional Container Lines (RCL) started as a Common Feeder Operator, operating its first feeder container ship in 1979 between Bangkok and Singapore. Presently, RCL owns and operates 40 container vessels covering more than 60 destinations in Asia, Australia and the Middle East including Bangladesh where it is represented by Integrated Transportation Services Ltd.

Non-Vessel Operating Common Carriers (NVOCC) Representations:

Sitara Shipping Lines is a small NVOCC based in Mumbai, India who are handling exclusively special equipments, project cargo including OOG from Indian ports to/from Bangladesh and the agency is represented by Peninsular Shipping Services Ltd.

Infinity Line is one of the leading Non-Vessel Operating Common Carrier (NVOCC) in South East Asia in terms of throughput and number of fleets, owning a total of 4,200 TEUS consisting of 20gp, 20hc, 40gp and 40hc containers. They own 95% of the fleets and the fleets are relatively young, thus focuses on highly sensitive cargoes. Focused on FCL shipments, Infinity provides space on various ocean liners plying the key trade lanes serving major ports in Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam, India, China and Bangladesh where it is represented by Tricon Global Logistics Ltd.

Trans Asia Line (TAL) is a NVOCC based in Cochin, India with an operating fleet of 17,000 TEUS, exporting approx. 10,000 TEUS per month. Trans Asia Line has established itself as a reputed and reliable shipping line in the Asian and Gulf regions with strong presence in the Indian Sub-continent, Middle East and South East Asian ports. TAL has now set foot in CIS Destinations, China and Bangladesh where it is represented by Peninsular Shipping Services Ltd. They are also exploring new business horizons in East Africa & Myanmar.