Sea
Freight

It is well known that International Sea Freight shipping is the most economical form of transportation and the most historical form of shipping that we still use today.

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Over 90% of the goods consumed globally are transported via Sea Freight

Sea Freight is one of the most available forms of transportation, with oceans and waterways covering most of our planet and ports in every country. Sea freight provides a lot of benefits such as greater flexibility to ship in bulk and keeping the costs down, especially when compared to airfreight.

Also, did we mention that the invention of the container was a huge leap in the Shipping efficiency and reshaped how our goods are moved today?

As an International Freight Forwarder, we focus on providing our clients with a shipping solution to best suit their needs.

Sea freight or Air freight that is the question!

With Sea Freight as it provides you with greater flexibility with what you are able to ship, having less restrictions than Air Freight.

Unless your product availability requires a fast turnaround time, smarter businesses tend to plan ahead and organise their shipments via Sea Freight, providing them with massive savings over Air Freight.

With the introduction of regulatory low sulphur fuel usage by container ships, Sea Freight is becoming much more environmentally friendly mode of transport. It is also the safest mode of transportation out there as cargo ships only carry cargo of any nature, especially hazardous goods. Along with global regulatory bodies the shipping industry is well versed in the handling of hazardous goods and has rigorous standards in place to ensure safety is maintained at all times.

As an International Freight Forwarder, we focus on providing our clients with a shipping solution to best suit their needs. Whether it is Sea, Air or Land Freight, we love it all, the only thing that matters is that our clients needs are met efficiently and competitively.

There is greater flexibility with the items that can be transported via ocean freight compared to air freight

Lower costs involved with sea freight

Greater capacity to ship more items, especially bulky items

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