Sea Freight

A bill of lading (B/ L or BOL) is a shipping document that acknowledges goods have been received and are ready for shipment. Created by the company who will transport the goods to the company/person who owns the goods.
Nowadays, you can ship cargo to almost any place by sea, as a port of entry nearby is nearly always guaranteed.
Hillebrand offers services for full loads and less than full loads. We can collect and deliver your products anywhere in the world.
Non-Vessel-Operating Common Carrier. They undertake all services of an ocean carrier apart from  operating the vessels.
Sea freight is highly cost effective for any size of cargo. Large volumes of packaged goods or bulk shipments are able to move long distances across oceans or short distances by barge at a price often unmatched by other transport modes
An international Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea. Created by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), to ensure that ships comply with minimum safety standards in construction, equipment and operation.
The Verified Gross Mass (VGM) is the total weight of the cargo including the tare weight of the container. Shippers are required to provide VGM as part of the shipping instruction before it can be loaded onto a vessel.
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