Sea container transportation is one of the most convenient and profitable modes of delivery
Unlimited handling capacity: loading of shipments with different weights and dimensions are allowed
Strict standardization of vessels guarantees complete safety of cargo
Different types of cargo are allowed: bulk, liquid, general, groupage
Our main routes:
Through the Far East (7-18 days, depending on the port of departure)
Through the ports of the European part of Russia (St. Petersburg, Ust-Luga, Novorossiysk) (40-45 days)
Through the ports of the Baltic States (Klaipeda, Riga, etc.) or Finland (40-45 days)
Max. gross weight 24,000 kg
Cargo capacity (volume) 30.6 m³
Max. load weight 18 220 kg
Max. gross weight 30 848 kg
Cargo capacity (volume) 76 m³
Max. load weight 26 330 kg
Max. gross weight 30 480 kg
Cargo capacity (volume) 67,3 m³
Max. load weight 26 930 kg
Max. gross weight 34 000 kg
Cargo capacity (volume) 85,1 m³
Max. load weight 29 820 kg
Max. gross weight 25 000 kg
Cargo capacity (volume) 28 m³
Max. load weight 21 950 kg
Max. gross weight 25 490 kg
Cargo capacity (volume) 32,58 m³
Max. load weight 22 200 kg
Max. gross weight 32 500 kg
Cargo capacity (volume) 59,81 m³
Max. load weight 27 990 kg
Max. gross weight 32 500 kg
Cargo capacity (volume) 68,03 m³
Max. load weight 27 790 kg
Max. gross weight 34 800 kg
Cargo capacity (volume) 80,9 m³
Max. load weight 28 020 kg
Freight (German: fracht, English: freight) — an agreement that provides for the carriage of goods for the payment stipulated in the contract with the carrier. The cost of the freight rate is usually determined in accordance with the current conditions of the freight market. Freight is ordered from the port of departure to the port of destination, taking into account the place of customs clearance.
There is a set of rules of the International Chamber of Commerce — Incoterms — which regulates the relationship between suppliers and buyers and greatly facilitates the purchase and sale procedure.
We provide full range of services in customs clearance, logistics, insurance, forwarding, certification and banking support of your shipments.
We perform the customs clearance at St. Petersburg, Baltic, Moskow, Smolensk, Vladivostok and other customs posts of Russia or other customs of Eurasian Economic Union countries.
We provide purchasing service in Asia and Europe according to the client's request. We are experts in such product groups as equipment for light industry, consumer goods, textile, construction materials, food and other.
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INCOTERMS are international rules of foreign trade established by the International Chamber of Commerce. Incoterms terms regulate the distribution of delivery costs between the supplier and the recipient, the place of delivery of the goods, the time of transfer of responsibility for possible damage or loss of the goods.
EXW (EX Works (… named place)) - shipment from the factory /place of manufacture. Pickup of goods from the manufacturer's warehouse. Export duties are not paid.
FCA (Free Carrier (…named place)) - free carrier. The goods are delivered to the carrier's warehouse, export duties are paid by the supplier.
FAS (Free Alongside Ship) — the delivery of cargo to the vessel, without loading. Export duties are paid by the seller.
FOB (Free On Board (… named port of shipment)) - loaded on the ship. The goods were delivered to the port and loaded onto the ship. Export duties are paid by the supplier.
CFR (Cost and Freight (… named port of destination)) - delivered to the port and chartered ship. The supplier delivers the cargo to the port, charters the ship, and pays export duties. The buyer pays for insurance.
CIF (Cost, Insurance and Freight (… named port of destination)) - The supplier charters the ship, pay export duties, insure and deliver the cargo to the destination port.
CPT (Carriage Paid To (… named place of destination)) - shipping and export duties are paid (by the shipper), insurance is not paid. The difference from CFR is that CFR applies to water transport, while CPT applies to any type of transport.
CIP — Carriage and Insurance Paid To...) - export duties are paid, the goods are insured and delivered. The difference with CIF is that CIF applies to water transport, while CIP applies to any type of transport.
DAT (Delivered at Terminal)— delivery of cargo to the buyer's customs terminal. Import duties are paid by the buyer.
DPU — Delivered Named Place Unloaded) - delivery to the destination / unloading point. Import duties are paid by the buyer. Unloading of goods is paid by the seller.
DAP — Delivered at Place) - delivery to the destination. Import duties are paid by the buyer. Delivery is carried out before the goods are unloaded — when they are provided to the buyer on the arriving vehicle ready for unloading, unloading is paid by the buyer.
DDP (Delivered Duty Paid) — delivered, duties paid. The supplier assumes all obligations for transportation, cargo insurance, as well as payment of export and import duties.