Sea & Ocean Freight

Med Line Shipping S.A.L.provides you with Full Container Load (FCL) and Less-than-Container-load (LCL) shipments and deals with the most efficient and competitive International shipping Lines while handling large volumes of annual ocean freight, across all continents, as well as triangle shipments and transit services.

Tailor-made shipping service:

Med Line Shipping S.A.L. offers you the best routes for your cargo and makes the most efficient tailor-made routes just for you, employing all means of sea & ocean freight.
 
 
Types of goods and ships           
 

 

Vessel type

Type of cargo / good

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General cargo vessels

packaged items like chemicals, foods, furniture, machinery, motor, footwear, garments, etc.

Tankers

petroleum products or other liquid cargo

dry bulk cargo

coal, grain, ore and other similar products in loose form

multi-purpose vessels

different classes of cargo – e.g. liquid and general cargo – at the same time

Refeer ship

perishable commodities which require temperature-controlled, mostly fruits, meat, fish, vegetables, dairy products and other foodstuffs

RORO ships

Roll-on/roll-off ships carrying wheeled cargo such as automobiles, trucks, semi-trailer trucks, trailers, and railroad cars, that are driven on and off the ship on their own wheels or using a platform vehicle

 

 
Packaging & shipping rules
  •        During the shipping, your cargo might face some problem if it's not taken proper care of.
  •        Cargo can be in transit for up to several weeks.
  •        Adverse weather conditions, ocean swells, storms....
  •        Significant temperature variances.
 
Other concerns can be created by:
  •        Improper packaging for the journey
  •        Improper container choice
  •        Incorrect labeling      
 
As for the packaging, it must:
  •        Be designed, manufactured and stowed in a way that ensures optimal protection of the goods.
  •        Be able to withstand repeated handling in diverse and varied environments without damage.
  •        Be able to withstand the vertical pressures incurred when piling up crates/cartons.
  •        Allow good air circulation through the container to ensure optimum temperature control.
 

Shipping fees calculations

 

Regarding all the sea shipments, the rate will be calculated on the highest measurement considering  1CBM = 1,000 Kgs (1 tons)

In order to calculate the chargeable weight:

- Number of CBM * 167 KGS

- (L*H*W)/ 6,000

Example 1:

Volume: 3 CBM

Weight: 5 tons

Ocean freight will be based on 5 and not 3


Example 2:

Volume: 3 CBM

Weight: 2 tons

Ocean freight will be based on 3 instead of 2

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