Our Ocean freight is the most common mode of transport that importers and exporters use. In fact, a full 90% of everything is shipped by ocean freight and sea freight. We are providing other international freight transport modes (courier, standard air freight, express air freight) are all faster, but they are also more expensive. Smaller shipments, and products with a high value, generally go by these other modes. Shipping by ocean freight is complicated however, so we’ve put together this shipping guide to ensure you have all bases covered – from Bills of Lading to Incoterms, and Container Ships to Insurance. Our Ocean Freight is a method of transporting large quantities of goods through the sea. Products are packed into large containers which are loaded onto vessels sailed to the destination country.
VRB Logistic are packed your goods in shipping containers and the freight forwarder books container or space with the shipping agent transfer through ocean freight. Shipment moves to the port and passes through customs at the point of origin. Goods are loaded into full containers or shared containers depending on the volume and put on the cargo ship for transportation.
When they reach the destination, goods pass through customs again generally arranged by the shipping agent and upon payment of duties and taxes, released for delivery. The goods are delivered to the receiver either in the same container or on pallets.
- Export & Import
- Container Shipments (FCL/FCL)
- Consolidate Container (LCL/LCL)
- Break Bulk and projects
- Dangerous Goods
- Customs Brokerage
- Door-to-Door Services
- Transport Insurance