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Over Size Consignment Handling and Shipping Service

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ODC & Project Cargo Shipping Services

We along with our team members and associates have obtained best name among all service providers for handling Over Size Cargoes for transporting by Sea route.

We handle all time of Project cargoes right from customers yards, transporting them by road to nearest port, arranging suitable ship, loading the ship and lashing properly on board, timely and safe delivery at destination port, unloading and transporting to customers yard by road.

We provide ships for Heavy Lifts from any major port from India to any worldwide destination. We are capable of loading directly from the building / fabricating dock and provides complete solution and meets all expectation of our customers.

Packing and measurement are all taken care by our marine experts with vast knowledge and skills in over size cargo handling. The Overweight cargoes are also handled by us.

Do contact us with complete details like drawings and pictures of your oversize / over weight cargo and rest you can rely on our team for timely and safe delivery of your precious cargo.

Payment Terms : Mutual Agreed
Ship Chartering Services
Customer from any region can contact us
Shipping Services for all types Structure Cargo
Shipment of ODC Cargo : Includes all size structures, factory machinery, Windmills etc to any safe world destination.
Over Size Cargo Shipment Service
Cost: Freight Charge
Shipment of ODC Cargo : Includes all size structures, factory machinery, Windmills etc to any safe world destination.
Over Size Cargo Shipment Service
Over Size Cargo Shipping

Dry Bulk Cargo Ship Opening Casablanca

An aerial view of Casablanca.
 An aerial view of Casablanca. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Heavy Lift | Project Cargo | ODC | Wind Mill Shipping Services

shipping services for Project cargo, Over Dimension Cargo, and Wind Mill
Project Cargo | Heavy Lifts Shipping Services

Over Dimension Project Cargo Shipping Services.

We provide services of arranging fully equipped ships capable of carrying over dimension cargoes like Wind Mill, large structures, boilers etc by sea route.
We meet our customer's requirements by providing professional and dedicated team for handling such ODC cargo.

We also manage transporting the cargo from customer's yard to nearest port and loading them to the ship and transporting to destination port on time.

Complete job work is undertaken like arranging trailers, lashing cargo, safely shifting to nearest port, arranging documentation at port, loading to ship, lashing and transporting by sea to required port.

Contact us with all your requirement details and charter terms.

Pipe Cargo -Shipping & Marine Transportation

Pipes cargo shipping, shipment of pipe cargo, over dimension cargo
Pipes Cargo Shipment

Call us now at : +91-9745527006 (also available on whatsapp)

Also visit : Mini Bulk Carrier 

Cargo Ship Open Penang, Malaysia o/a 31st may 2014

On board a bulker
On board a bulker (Photo credit: sierra2u)

Cargo Ship Opens Penang, Malaysia

Details as below

Cargo Shipping Services, Cargo Ships, Coastal Shipments | Kochi

We are ship brokers and assist shippers / exporters and charterers by arranging suitable cargo ships, Mini bulk carriers; self propelled barges, Flat Top Barge, Cape Size vessels, etc for their cargo generated at Kochi (Cochin) Port or any port in India. 

Shipping company at Kerala, Cochin, Kochi Port
Shipping Services at Kochi Port

Project Cargo Shipping, Heavy Lifts, Over Size Cargo Shipping Services

over size cargo ship, heavy cargo air transport, shipping huge cargo
Project Cargo | Heavy Lift | ODC 
their heavy cargo, engineering goods and industrial over sizegood.

Air Lift for Project Cargo

Our service also includes air lift for project cargo, over sizecargo and heavy lift cargo is also available. We along with our associated maintain close relation with airline operators and our customer supportive services provides customers with satisfactory results with responsibility.

For freight calculation, customers contact us directly with details of their cargo enabling us to calculate competitive and best freight.

Dry Bulk Cargo Ship Opens Kaohsiung, Taiwan 12/14 May 2014

Chinese Pagode at Lotus Lake, Kaohsiu...
Chinese Pagode at Lotus Lake, Kaohsiung, Taiwan (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

2000 DWT, 2500 DWT, 2800 DWT Mini Bulk Carrier for Dry Bulk Cargo Chartering

MBC owner in India, Small cargo ships
Mini Bulk Carrier

Dry Bulk Cargo Ship Open Jakarta 28th March, 2014

Break bulk cargo weighing sistem. Bascula para...
Break bulk cargo weighing sistem. Bascula para pesar graneles (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Dry Bulk Cargo Ship Opens Jakarta, Indonesia and looking for cargo for any direction.The vessel is available for voyage charter for loose break bulk cargo.

Date: 28th March, 2014

Vessel Open Mundra Port 16th March 2014

Aerial view of the Tsing Yi side of the Channe...
Aerial view of the Tsing Yi side of the Channel, with the start of the Tsing Ma Bridge. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Hiring Tugboats in India |Tug Boat

The M/V Tuscarora shortly after weighing ancho...
The M/V Tuscarora shortly after weighing anchor in the Duluth-Superior harbor. She is being assisted by two Great Lakes Towing Company Tugs as she prepares to head to a grain elevator to take on a load of grain. IMO Number: 8120698 MMSI Number: 636012665 Callsign: A8GX2 Length: 195 m Beam: 23 m (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Evolution of Tugboats

The Evolution of Tugboats

Tug Boat, Towing, Evolution, Tow

Tugboats have a rugged, old world charm that attracts a brand of enthusiasm few other boats can. They are one of the sea’s most hardworking, yet humble, marine vessels, and their history holds tales of perseverance, family tradition and community. When the first tug launched from a Scottish harbor in 1871, its power betrayed its size and unassuming purpose. Within a century, tugs had become a commercial replacement for horses and mules, and were directly responsible for the ballooning American canal system. While they appear to have their feet planted firmly in past centuries, they are untouched by the concerns of today.  The sector’s experience of the recession was a tumultuous one dominated by a fickle freight industry. On a more positive note, as tugboats emerge from a shaky five year revenue crisis, their technological future is becoming brighter than ever. Like the rest of the travel industry, anti-pollution concerns, high tech innovations, and budget worries are expected to alter the way designers approach their projects, transforming tugboats for sale into prouder vessels with plenty to brag about.

Eco-friendly Propulsion

In 2008, the fact that tugboats ran on diesel caused plenty of hand-wringing as the sector faced the 2007 regulations governing all remanufactured marine engines. Tough standards meant that, by 2015, all tugboats would have to reduce their emissions by 90%. Hybrids were the obvious answer, and many expected that technology would change before expected price increases in diesel fuel. The actual change was more sluggish than expected, but the sector is currently making significant inroads. The world’s earliest hybrid tugboat was launched in 2010, and in 2013, the first liquefied natural gas tugboats were launched bearing Rolls Royce engines. The tug’s past as a pollution-belching vessel will soon be too distant to remember. Smoky harbors will eventually be a thing of the past, but tugboats enthusiasts will be rewarded with more than simply a clear conscience.

Pocket-Friendly Engines

As liquefied natural gas (LNG) becomes increasingly available, tug owners will find themselves with easier budgets to contend with. The non-toxic, non-corrosive gas has a greater energy density than diesel, which makes it more cost-efficient over long distances. By 2020, it is likely that an even more energy efficient innovation will give tug operators more bang for their buck: The E3 tug project hopes to offer a fresh hybrid propulsion system that functions more cleanly, quietly, and cost-effectively. Cheaper production will not only offer cheaper running costs but lower investment outlay, too, as production becomes faster and less expensive.

High Tech Features

Today’s tugs need far more horsepower than they did in the past and with that, maneuverable docking will need to improve. They will operate with fewer crewmembers, and will slowly work towards better automation. Compact ship docking tugs can currently pull over 60 tons despite their compact size, but as the market becomes increasingly competitive, they will singlehandedly manage the work that used to require four tugs. As marine personnel availability dwindles, tug design will focus increasingly on this aspect, but comfort is another influential factor. Low sheen finishes now offer reduced water reflection, while on-board solar power offers hot water.

Tomorrow’s tugboats will follow in the footsteps of the motoring sector by introducing more comfortable, user-friendly features that will revolutionize the industry. Yesterday’s trends have shaped the tug market relatively little, but the current changes will bring about a far more dramatic evolution. This is partially due to the fact that the industry is burgeoning, with rapidly growing sales, revenues, and production rates. As tugboats increase in demand, those who design them will have greater expectations to sate.

Guest Post By Carolyn Taylor

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