International

Seafreight

Door to door. Port to port.
Across any ocean.

Our knowledgeable seafreight team will arrange the import or export of your goods in the most cost-effective and efficient way to keep your business moving. Bookings can be arranged for:

  • FCL freight in 20’ or 40’ general purpose containers
  • Specialised equipment such as high cube, open top, flatracks, bolsters,  and refrigerated containers
  • LCL freight per cubic metre (volume weight rules apply)
  • Perishable and regular freight, specialising in personal effects
  • Hazardous Cargo
  • Letters of Credit consignments
  • Breakbulk

Import Seafreight

  • Free-into-store Distribution
  • Customs and Quarantine Clearances
  • Port Handling and Domestic Cartage
  • Container Unpacking
  • Short-term and Long-term Storage Options

Export Seafreight

  • Pick up, Packing and Palletising
  • Port Handling and Domestic Cartage
  • Short-term and Long-term Storage options
  • Export Clearance, EXDOC Services
  • PRAs

Contact our Seafreight Team to arrange your next shipment.

Airfreight

Our strong alliance with all major carriers means we can offer our clients the best options for airfreight cargo. This, together with our comprehensive knowledge of international logistics enables us to provide the best service for your time-sensitive and general freight. We will plan the ideal airfreight method for your:

  • ULD (Unit Load Devices) or Consolidation Cargo
  • Direct routings or deferred services depending on budget
  • Perishable items and General Cargo
  • Main Deck Cargo Services
  • Online Tracking of Shipments
  • Door-to-Door or Airport-to-Airport
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Space for airfreight

Space for airfreight is booked on a volumetric basis (depending on whether it is dense or lightweight) as per the following formula:

Length x Height x Width (in cm) ÷ 6,000 = Volumetric Weight

This answer is then compared to the actual weight of the cargo and the larger of the two numbers is the chargeable weight.

For example:

A package weighs 200kg. Its dimensions are 100cm x 60cm x 300cm = 1,800,000 cm3

This cubic measurement is then divided by 6,000

1,800,000 ÷ 6,000 = 300kg of volumetric weight.

Therefore, this cargo would be charged on the greater weight of 300kg as this is the larger of the two measurements.

Import Airfreight

  • Free-into-store Distribution
  • Customs and Quarantine Clearances
  • Port Handling and Domestic Cartage
  • Container Unpacking
  • Short-term and Long-term Storage Options

Export Airfreight

  • Pick up, Packing and Palletising
  • ULD or Consolidation Cargo
  • Air Terminal Handling and Domestic Cartage
  • Local Cartage
  • Free-into-store Distribution
  • EDMs

Contact our Airfreight Team to arrange your next shipment.

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