When it comes to Sea Freight, Bali Intercont Cargo will be able to provide you with the best service as we have the partnership with some of the most reliable shipping line operator. Sea Freight is not a quick as Air Freight but it is suitable for those who wants to send goods in large quantities and looking for a more affordable prices. We had been in this business for around 20 years, so we will be able to give you the best solution for all your shipping needs
Services that we provide for Sea Freight:
Being the most economical way of transporting goods, there are two available services:
LCL – Less Than Container Load – what means that the goods are packed in specially designed wooden crates. The goods from Bali are trucked to Surabaya, unloaded and reloaded over there, unloaded and reloaded at Singapore and unloaded at the final destination.
Ethylene Oxide treatment will not be provided for LCL shipment, hence we recommend to send those goods in full container.
Definition LCL – Less than container load (LCL) is a shipment that is not large enough to fill a standard cargo container. The abbreviation LCL formerly applied to “Less than (railway) Car Load” for quantities of material from different shippers or for delivery to different destinations which might be carried in a single railway car for efficiency. LCL freight was often sorted and redistributed into different railway cars at intermediate railway terminals enroute to final destination.
Less Than Carload or Less Than Container Load is “a quantity of cargo less than that required for the application of a carload rate. A quantity of cargo less than that that fills the visible or rated capacity of an ocean container.”
FCL – Full Container Load – is available in 20ft (30M3), 40ft (60M3), and 40ft High cube (70M 3). Shipments sent by FCL are loaded in Bali and unloaded at the final destination; hence there is a considerable less handling and moving of the goods. FCL shipments are more cost efficient, than LCL, when sending anything more than 13 m3.
Definition FCL – A Full Container Load (FCL) is a standard (20 or 40 ft length) depending on location of origin Country, but sometimes it is standard container that is stuffed (loaded) and un-stuffed (discharged) under the risk and account of one shipper and only one consignee, in practice it means whole container is intended for one consignee. FCL container shipment attracts lower freight rates than an equivalent weight of cargo in bulk. The FCL means the loading reaches its allowable maximum weight or full measurement. In practice, the FCL in the ocean freight does not always mean packing a container to its full payload or full capacity. Сontainer loading is a quite difficult procedure, and during the loading it is necessary to pay attention in order to avoid cargo damage. Following there are some rules you should know in order to save goods in proper condition: The container loading should be inspected inside and outside, before loading. The cargo must be lashed by the best appearance inside the container. The container must be loaded the admitted weight. Cargo should be packed in the proper way, it’s necessary to use special packing for sea or air shipment. During the loading you have to use suitable equipment, do not use heavy forklifts into the container during loading/discharging, it follows risks of damaging the container floor.
We offer both of them, as well as Project Forwarding and specialized services for small non containerized or oversized cargo. We will manage your shipment completely.