Ocean Freight

The expertise of our diligent work force, allows for the swift and smooth movement of sea cargo. We are capable of assisting clients with their various shipping requirements of FCL and LCL needs.

Full Container Services (FCL): Our extensive global network of agents and knowledge of the U.A.E shipping industry gives us an edge over our competitors in the region. We offer services of both sea imports and exports from around the world. Further, our excellent relations with major shipping lines has resulted in their continuous support and assistance, making it possible for us to provide our clienteles with quality oriented services at feasible freight rates.

Less than Container Load (LCL): The scope of our LCL services includes LCL (Import and Export) consolidation and groupage cargo services where we take up the responsibility of collection of cargo from shippers, movement to the Container Stuffing Terminal, preparation of export documentation, planning the container stowage, stuffing as per standards required by the customer, shipping on board, tracking movement of cargo, following up on the preparation of import / export documentation and ensuring door delivery of cargo safely. For the purpose of LCL imports, cargo movement will be arranged with our freight counterparts at loading port, either as a multiport LCL consolidated container or as an LCL consignment loaded with a main line operator.
The Freight Forwarding network of Deepsea has substantial buying power with major carriers which enables us to get preferential treatment resulting in excellent service to the ultimate customer with competitive freight rates.

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Dubai: A new initiative to enhance aviation security by ensuring that cargo companies follow necessary measures will be launched soon,

Big companies usually take necessary security measures to ensure the safety of their aircraft as well as to protect their reputation, but not all small companies follow the same procedures,”

European carriers’ cargo volumes fell by 1.5 per cent in June compared with the same month last year, possibly reflecting recent weakness in manufacturing and export activity.

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