Experience seamless worldwide shipping with our Full Container Load (FCL) service. From standard dry containers to specialized equipment like refrigerated and flat racks, we cater to all your container shipment requirements.
Maximize convenience and efficiency with our Less than Container Load (LCL) service. Ideal for smaller cargo volumes, our LCL option provides flexible shipping solutions tailored to your specific requirements.
Maritime shipping offers several advantages, including cost-effectiveness for large shipments, the ability to transport bulky or heavy cargo, global reach to connect various ports, and lower environmental impact compared to air freight.
The duration of maritime shipping depends on several factors, such as the distance between ports, the shipping route, weather conditions, and the type of service chosen. Generally, it can range from a few days to several weeks or even months for long-distance voyages.
Virtually any type of cargo can be transported by sea, including dry goods (such as electronics, clothing, and machinery), liquid goods (like oil and chemicals), perishable goods (such as fruits and vegetables), and even vehicles or heavy equipment.
Maritime shipping costs are typically determined based on factors like cargo volume, weight, distance traveled, shipping route, type of service (Full Container Load – FCL or Less than Container Load – LCL), and additional services required (such as customs clearance or insurance). It’s best to contact freight forwarders like us for accurate cost estimates.
Yes, there are certain restrictions on shipping hazardous materials, perishable items, or goods subject to international trade regulations. It’s important to consult with shipping experts or refer to the regulations of the countries involved to ensure compliance.
We provide online tracking systems where you can monitor the progress of your shipment. You will typically receive a tracking number or reference code that allows you to access real-time updates on the location and status of your cargo.
In case of damage or loss, it’s crucial to have insurance coverage for your cargo. You should contact freight forwarder immediately to report the issue and initiate the claims process. Keep all relevant documentation and evidence to support your claim.
Maritime shipping involves several documents to ensure smooth transportation and compliance with international regulations. Some common documents include a commercial invoice, packing list, bill of lading, export/import licenses, customs declaration, and any necessary certificates (e.g., phytosanitary certificate for agricultural products). The specific documents required may vary depending on the nature of the cargo and the countries involved. It’s advisable to consult with our experts to understand the exact documentation requirements for your shipment.
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