Through most of the post war period, global business has developed considerably quickly when compared to global income. The share of the manufacturing the world trade at the same time has also increased considerably. Most of the economies have been transformed due to globalization but still the interaction of the international economies remains relatively small as compared to the inter-border interaction. It is by border, by distance and also by several cultural and political obstacles that the trade is choked-off. The success of the fastest growing economies could be contributed to one of the key factors, which is the integration into the world economy and still most of the nations have failed to achieved integration and have remained isolated. Amongst many factors, transport cost is the one which shapes the pattern of the trade (Grossman, 2008). The heart of globalization could be associated with the transport and without the aptitude to transfer people and goods across the globe the term globalization would be meaningless. By cost-effective and efficient transport network the opportunities for businesses and individuals benefit from globalization. Trade is facilitated by responsive, competitive and well-organized transport sector. But, at the same time it created conditions which pose challenges in terms of policy which should be tackled if transport were to regard completely to globalization.