Sea Freight

We take pride in catering to a broad range of clientèle throughout the country with our warehousing services, which is comprehensive, reliable and flexible – qualities that are essential to help businesses in this market. Our experienced experts design a supply chain flowchart tailored to meet your business and logistic needs, which focuses on not only increasing efficiency, but cutting down costs. With our vast network of warehouses and distribution centers spread throughout the country, it becomes much easier to cater to a audience in a record response time, which is the key factor in winning the hearts of the customer and having an edge over the competitors.

Team of logistic experts are always available to help you with any queries you might have, or if you want to consult in length your logistic requirements. We would study your requirements and provide you with a quote that would not only suit your budget, but would also save you considerable amount of money in the long term. Our company has through years of experience in this industry has been able to create a network of associates across the length and breadth of country, with our own logistic centers spread throughout the country, which helps us to provide safe, reliable, economical and customized logistic solutions to our clients and partners.

Why Choose Sea Freight Over Other Shipping Methods?

  • Capacity and Value – One container can hold 10,000 beer bottles! And ocean freight is cheaper. As a rule of thumb, any shipment weighing more than 500 kg is too expensive for air freight.
  • Fewer restrictions – International law, national law, carrier organization regulations and individual carrier regulations all play their part in defining and restricting what goods are considered dangerous for transport. Generally, more products restricted as air cargo than ocean freight, including: gases (e.g. lamp bulbs), all things flammable (e.g. perfume, Samsung Galaxy Note 7), toxic or corrosive items (e.g. batteries), magnetic substances (e.g. speakers), oxidizers and biochemical products (e.g. chemical medicines), and public health risks (e.g. untanned hides). For further information check out the Hazardous Material Table.
  • Emissions – CO2 freight emissions from ocean freight is minuscule compared with air freight. For example, according to this research, 2 tonnes shipped for 5,000 kilometers by ocean freight will lead to 150 kg of CO2 emissions, compared to 6,605 kg of CO2 emissions by air fre