Trans Maritime Limited

Our People




Gulam has been in the Freight Forwarding business since 1970. Prior to setting up Transmaritime in the mid 1980's, he was a shipping manager at Manica for 15 years. He has extensive knowledge of the industry and a deep commitment to personalized service, understanding that this approach is not possible at larger firms. Gulam concentrates on marketing operations, and clients know they can reach him directly to answer questions and influence third party operators.



General Manager

Junaid trained as an accountant and worked with a prestigious international firm Deloitte before joining the family business in 2001. He has gained vast experience in the shipping, transport, warehousing and customs clearance industry in Malawi. A well-known member of the industry throughout the country and was recently appointed an executive member of the clearing and Forwarding agents association of Malawi.



Commercial Manager

After graduating in the UK, (BA Hons Design Management for Industry) Ismail worked in the UK for a period in order to gain experience in the Management field. He Joined Trans Maritime in 2004 and is an integral part of customer relations and building the customer base. In addition, he is responsible for the management and training of the various divisions of Trans Maritime, ensuring that optimum levels of service is maintained.



Finance and Administration Understudy

Ken is understudying the Finance and Administration Manager and will head this division once he completes his ACCA. He is responsible for operational accounts, and ensures that every container is correctly invoiced through.



Operations Controller

Marrion has been in the Freight Forwarding being in the business since 1977, specializing in Project Cargo, Port Liaison, Customs Regulation and break-bulk shipments. This widespread experience has enabled him to build close relationships with the Malawi Revenue Authority. Previously, Marrion was involved with a charitable organization to bring relief shipments into Malawi.