Sea freight forwarding refers to the process of organizing and arranging the shipment of goods via sea transportation. It involves working with shipping companies, carriers, and other logistics partners to ensure that goods are transported safely, efficiently, and cost-effectively.
Sea freight forwarding typically involves several steps, including:
1) Booking the shipment: This involves arranging space on a vessel and securing the necessary paperwork, such as bills of lading and customs declarations.
2) Preparing the cargo: This may involve packing, labeling, and consolidating the cargo to maximize space utilization and minimize costs.
3) Transporting the cargo: The cargo is loaded onto the vessel and transported to the destination port.
4) Customs clearance: This involves complying with customs regulations and obtaining any necessary permits or licenses.
5) Delivery: Once the cargo has been cleared, it is transported to the final destination, which may involve additional transportation modes such as trucking or rail.
Sea freight forwarding can be a complex process, and it requires expertise in logistics, customs regulations, and transportation management. Freight forwarding companies specialize in this service and can help businesses of all sizes transport goods via sea freight.

Here are some of the sea freight services that we offer:

  • Full Container Load (FCL)
  • Half Container Load (HCL)
  • Buyer's Consolidation
  • Sea Transport Management
  • Industry Specific Solutions
  • Project Handling
  • ODC Cargo