Sea freight encompasses global accessibility.
The majority of international trade is conducted
via maritime routes, as ships can reach
almost every port in the world.
This provides access to global markets
and various destinations worldwide.
Sea Freight: Ships have enormous loading capacity and can transport large quantities of goods, making them a cost-effective option for shipping bulk or bulky cargo
An advantage of sea freight is the capability
to transport specialized goods.
Ships are able to meet specific requirements
for the transportation of hazardous materials,
perishable goods, or oversized cargoes.
The advantages of sea freight
Lower freight costs per unit. Attractive for bulk goods or bulky items
Large, bulky goods over long distances. Efficient handling of large quantities.
The goods can be stored temporarily in ports or warehouses. Flexibility in the supply chain.
Ships provide stability for transportation. Cargo vessels have security systems against theft or damage. Containers protect the goods.
Sea freight enables access to remote locations, diverse markets, and secluded islands. Ports serve as trade routes.
There are specialized containers and facilities for transporting sensitive, temperature-controlled, or oversized cargoes.