Sea Freight Services by CaPEx

Sea freight is the mode of transporting cargo via sea or through the use of a ship and the likes. The usual items that are sent through this mode of shipping are those in large sizes and quantities that are not time-sensitive. This is considered one of the cheapest and cost-effective methods of shipping.

Here are the sea freight solutions that CaPEx offers:

  • Full Container Load or commonly known as FCL is a type of sea freight shipment wherein the whole container is utilized by a single customer. This is the most efficient and cost-effective means of transporting bulk cargoes. Furthermore, among the sea freight solutions, this is the model with a faster transit time as there is no need for consolidation and deconsolidation. And since the process is simplified, the risk of damages is reduced.

    CaPEx can provide you these container sizes: 20-footer, 40-footer and 40-footer high cube. Find out from below which size fits your requirement:

Clients have the following options to ship their cargo:

  • Port-to-Port

  • Port-to-Door

  • Door-to-Port

  • Door-to-Door

  • Less Than Container Load or LCL is a type of sea freight solution for both smaller and bulk cargoes that cannot fill the whole container. This is a type of shipment where cargoes from multiple customers are consolidated in a standard container van.

  • Rolling Cargo Load or RCL is a sea freight solution for shipping wheeled cargoes such as cars, trucks, and the likes. When availing of this service, the customer must provide a photocopy of the Official Receipt/Certificate of Registration (OR/CR).

  • Break bulk shipping is the term for individual loading of cargo onto a vessel rather than to a shipping container. Cargoes being loaded in breakbulk are commonly those cargoes with irregular and/or large sizes as well as those items with heavyweight such as construction materials, machinery, heavy equipment, and the likes. These cargoes must be properly packed and ensure that they can sustain water and heat for this will be loaded in an open area and not on a container van. Meaning, this will be exposed to sunlight or rain.