Ocean freight service to and from anywhere in the world.

 

We offer Full Container Load (FCL) or Less Than a Container Load (LCL) services, depending on your needs and the volume to be transported.

We also handle general, hazardous, refrigerated, and oversized cargo (such as project cargo).

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World Wine Cargo Allinace

Since we have a branch office in the United States, the benefits from this origin are the consolidation and a 100% personalized treatment: e-mail notifications, software, warehouse, and cargo photographs, among others.

 

We offer weekly maritime departures for the immediacy that your company needs.

 

In the same way, we offer this service for imports and exports to and from any part of the world. We have agents in each continent for the connection that your company needs.

Another variable we offer is triangular operations. Your merchandise can travel from one place to another without passing through national territory.
Each of the companies is in a different country acting as an intermediary between the supplier and the final customer.
The transport is managed for a customer between two countries different from the one where your company is based.

 

We specialize in consolidated cargo, full container, and project cargo!

International Land Transportation

Ventajas del transporte marítimo:

Volume:

Maritime transport is the most widely used method for international trade, especially for bulk and oversized goods. Cargo ships can carry large quantities of goods, from standard containers to bulk cargo such as project cargo, oil, coal, grain and more.

Cost-effectiveness:

In terms of cost per ton transported, maritime transport tends to be more economical compared to other modes of transport such as airfreight. This is especially true for large volumes of goods and long distances.

Regulations:

International shipping is subject to international regulations established by organizations such as the International Maritime Organization (IMO). These regulations cover areas such as maritime safety, environmental protection, crew training and more.

Documentation:

Similar to other methods of international transportation, maritime transport requires accurate documentation, which may include bills of lading, commercial invoices, certificates of origin and other documents related to customs clearance and regulation.

Vessel types:

There are different types of vessels designed to transport different types of goods, including container ships, bulk carriers, tankers, roll-on/roll-off vessels, among others.

Environmental impact:

Maritime transport, like other industrial activities, does have environmental implications. Concerns include water pollution from oil spills, greenhouse gas emissions from ships and the impact on marine life.
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