CFFC offers customed solutions for a complete port-to-port or door-to-door sea freight service for cost-effective and reliable transit times including customs clearance and processing all the necessary documentation.
Our well-established networks with the world’s major carriers and liners along with our strategic partnerships provide us with access to leading-edge technology and a supply chain of excellence globally, which is why we are the choice for so many of our customers.
For additional peace of mind, you can track your goods in transit with our sophisticated tracking system. You can also set up alerts for regular updates that will be sent directly to you.
Our sea freight services include:
- Full Container Services (FCL)
- Less than Container Load (LCL)
- Customs clearance
- Door-to-door services
- Container pick-up & delivery
- Heavy machinery transport
- Break-bulk & RORO services
Full Container Load (FCL)
FCL containers are used when you have enough cargo to load either in one container or more. There are a few types and sizes of containers such as 20’DC (20 Foot Dry Container), 40’DC (40 Foot Dry Container), 40’HC (40 Foot Dry High Cub), and 45’HC (45 Foot Dry High Cub).
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Less Container Load (LCL)
Don’t have enough cargo to load in one container alone? It will be placed with other cargo to fill the container heading to the same destination. Charges are based on the size of your cargo in cubic meters.
Inquire for Less Than Container Load
Used when your cargo is oversized and overweight and will just be loaded onto a vessel and not put into a container.
- Roll-on/Roll-off – vessels designed to carry wheeled cargo, such as automobiles, trucks, semi-trailer trucks, trailers, and cars, that are driven on and off the ship on their own wheels.
- Lift-on/Lift-off – vessels that use a crane to load and unload cargo.
Sea Freight provides offers greater flexibility to ship in bulk and keep your costs down.
Sea Freight is one of the most available forms of transportation, with oceans and waterways covering most of our planet and ports in every country.
Shipping accounts for 90% of world trade.
Container ships are among the “greenest” form of transportation available, putting out fewer emissions than trucks and airplanes.
It is also the safest mode of transportation out there as cargo ships only carry cargo of any nature. Along with global regulatory bodies the shipping industry is well versed in the handling of hazardous goods and has rigorous standards in place to ensure safety and is always maintained.