Everything You Want to Know

In the year 1997, Mr. Kaup Hafeezuddin planted the seeds of the flourishing brand that is Deepsea. His decade’s worth of experience in the shipping industry led Deepsea up the ladder of success.  Deepsea in its long run of 18 years has witnessed the growth of Dubai on a center stage. Moreover, it has played a crucial role in the development of the Dubai. As the city expanded into the cosmopolitan that it is today, Deepsea has grown and matured into a service provider that understands the needs of the industry like no other. In addition to the dynamic nature of the city, Dubai’s geographical location has made it a middle ground for the east and west to meet. Further providing Deepsea to blossom and offer its quality services to patrons from all over the world.

Deepsea Freight Services LLC as an international freight forwarding company is fully licensed to handle shipping, freight forwarding and warehousing activities. We are capable of handling shipments from any corner of the world for both imports and exports.

What sets us apart from the flock of freight brokers in the region, is our perfect amalgam of personalized services combined with feasibility and swiftness.
Deepsea hopes to offer all of our clients’ services with a personal touch so as to build business relations on the highest levels of respect and trust. As an SME, we are small enough to provide quality service but large enough to meet your needs.
Deepsea has expanded dramatically and consistently since its inception along with a global network of over ninety reciprocating brokerage and freight forwarding agencies. Deepsea has taken extensive measures to make progress in making its clientele list a lengthy and strong one. This has been possible only by our commitment and promise to provide quality value added services at any given point of time.
By choosing to work with Deepsea, clients are entitling themselves to more than just a physical movement of cargo. We hope to provide clients with a service that leaves them satisfied and creates ground for a long lasting mutually beneficial relation.

Networking and Partnerships:
Our long run spanning close to two decades has provided us with opportunities to meet and work with diverse clients and agents all over the world. We have been a part of several freight forwarding associations, both locally and internationally. Through these organization and conferences, Deepsea has built long standing relations with freight forwarders around the world.
We are currently members of National Association of Freight Logistics based out of U.A.E. Further, we have been a part of the International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations for the past 10 years.

In addition to these organizations, in the year 2005, Deepsea in partnership with Cargo Partner Network hosted the Annual Conference for freight forwarders in Dubai. Cargo Partner Network awarded Deepsea with a gold membership for our interest in the development of relations between freight forwarders all over the world.

Further, as members of WCA for the past three years, Deepsea has worked with agents for both basic clearance needs and large project cargos. As members of WCA, Deepsea attended the Annual Sino conference in Hong Kong and the WCA Project Cargo Conference in Abu Dhabi.

Pushing the Envelope

Latest News

Thailand: Deepsea networks with global freight forwarders at the The Freight Summit in Bangkok. This year’s TFS was attended by 200 representatives from over 100 countries. Through the Face to Face meetings, Deepsea hopes to build long standing relations with agents from the USA, Turkey and South Korea.

Dubai: Deepsea attends the Leaders in Logistic Summit organized by ITP Publishing and Dubai Trade. The informative seminar focused on opportunities arising from the EXPO 2020, issues of cross border trade in the GCC and the new phase of 3PL in the region. Through the Q&A at the seminars, Deepsea’s CEO Mr Hafeez was able to discuss the future of third party logistics in the region with Shailen Shukla, head of Jumbo Logistics and George Paraskevadis, Supply Chain Director at Johnson & Johnson.

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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