Services

Sea Transport


Full Container Shipments Container Loaded (FCL) Export Import Export Services.

Multimodal transport through the network of National Agencies and the world as our company realizes shipper agent directly cargo reservation (booking), issuing boarding passes, track containers looking for the best alternative to negotiated transfer rates our customers, optimizing the resources in time and money. Container FULL service refers to units dedicated service.
 

Less Container Shipments Container Loads (LCL) Export Services E imports.

Through our network of national agency and the world as our company agent bookings made directly (booking) issuance of shipping documents, track containers looking for the best alternative to negotiated transfer prices to our customers, optimizing the resources in time and money. CONSOLIDATED service means loads of smaller volume, in an apartment for the same traffic and destination container. See the different ways to move their cargo.

General Import Export Destination

Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Bolivia (Via Arica), Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Denmark, Ecuador, United States, United Arab Emirates, England, Fiji, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Panama, Papua, Paraguay (Via San Antonio), Peru, Philippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Tahiti, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, Uruguay, Venezuela.

Models and Sizes of Containers

The most common types of container currently used are the following:

Container 20 feet (6 m.) To solid charge they have 8 feet (2.4 m.) wide, so the load center is 48 inches (1,200 mm.)
Container 40 feet (12 m.) To solid charge For general use and solid charge. 40ft (12m.) Long. They have 8 feet (2.4 m.) wide, so the load center is 48 inches (1,200 mm.)

Open top 20-fee (6 m.) And 40 feet (12 m.) With the top open, to transport goods will not be damaged if they are exposed.

Tank container 20 feet (6 m.) To transport liquids (such as chemicals) within a box type frame. They may be 8 feet (2.4 m.) or 8.6 feet (2.6 m.).

Half-height Container

Container-silo of average height. It can be opened, hardtop or canvas, and solid walls or cage. It measures 4 feet (1.2 m.) or 4.3 feet (1.3m.) Tall and can carry materials or semi-processed minerals.

Flat rack

Folding container drawings: consist of a flat platform and ends provided with vertical hinges that can be placed to form a module or container can be folded to allow the storage container in question.

Reefer container

Container-refrigerator 20 feet (6 m.) And 40 feet (12 m.) With doors at one end and a cooling unit built into the end.

SIZES

The container standards are established by the International Standards Organization, ISO (International Standards Organization) and some of the measures and weights are:

Maximum weights

20 feet (6 m) 44,800 lb (20,320 kg)
40 ft (12 m) 67,200 lb (30,480 kg)
However, a container may inadvertently load up to 10% more than specified or off-load. Therefore, a vehicle transporting containers must have operational capacity of 75,000 lb (34,000 kg) load center to 1,200 mm.