Sea Freight

If your cargo can’t fit the plane, it can always sail...

Almost anything can be carried via sea: from heavy and oversized cargo like prefab concrete slabs to sand for construction to cars. This type of cargo is known as conventional (or bulk) cargo.

Containerized shipments are shipments that use a container to contain the cargo. In general, there are two types of containerized shipments - FCL (Full-Container Load) or LCL (Less than a Container Load). LCL shipments are consolidated shipments – one container can be opened a number of times at different terminals for other cargo to be included in it.

To support our sea freight operations, we have 5,000 sq ft of CFS/warehouse space installed with racking systems to aid faster distribution. In addition, we have another 5,000 sq ft of space at our Regional Distribution Centre that is conveniently located near Singapore’s sea port for faster consolidation.

From the ship to the port... roll-on, roll-off for large bulky cargo (e.g. pipes, cars) and from the port to the truck... to your doorstep. Consolidation made easy at our regional distribution centre

Sea-air / Air-sea Transhipment

Sea-Air/Air-Sea Transhipment

This refers to the transport of a load of cargo by one document via different transport methods without breaking up the same load of cargo. Transport options usually include a combination of air-sea, sea-air, with inland transport arrangements. In Singapore, inland transport usually means trucking, but in other countries, this can also mean by rail. Another term for transhipments is “multi-modal transportation”.

We can help add value to your supply chain by taking over the coordination of your multi-modal transport program, such as moving from your key sourcing areas in Asia to your markets elsewhere in the world. By “coordinate” we mean we will find and implement the most efficient transport solution, handle all the documentation – including multiple customs clearances (if necessary), and arrange for all the inland transport, distribution and warehousing needs that might be required along the way.