Full Container Load Shipping

FCL is an abbreviation for Full Container Load. FCL term is used in ocean freight service describing full container shipping from on one place to another. FCL usually associates one shipper and one consignee. Full container shipping usually brings lower cost, than equivalent size and weight of cargo bulk.


this shipping process involves

  • Picking up an empty freight container at the port

  • Loading at the shipper’s facility

  • Clearing the export customers

  • Returning the full container back to the port of departure

  • The actual ocean shipping on the vessel to the port of destination

  • Clearing customs on the import side

  • Delivery of the container to the ultimate consignee

  • Return of the empty container back to the port

Less Than a Container Load

LCL Less than Container Load is  for customers who don't have enough cargo to fill a whole ocean container.

LCL freight is the right solution for an economical way of shipping your freight if you have less than around 10 cbm.

We have departures every week, so it is a flexible mean of transportation as well.

When shipping LCL cargo, the freight must be properly packaged since the boxes will be loaded along with the freight required to fill up a complete container.

Are a result fragile items should always be crated to avoid damages.

Break Bulk

Break bulk cargo is general, non containerized cargo and usually ships as individual pieces because of its over dimensional size and weight.

Even though most of the sea shipments  are containerized, some cargo still needs to be shipped as a break bulk.

Oversized and heavyweight equipment which cannot fit in ocean containers, has to be considered break bulk cargo. 

Hazardous Cargo

Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) also called Dangerous Goods are substances defined as harmful to people and living organisms.

Shipping Hazardous Materials is a strictly regulated process as far as loading, storage, labeling and documentation are concerned.

A Dangerous Goods Declaration must always be provided by the shipper of such cargo.