Sea Freight from China/Shipping from China by sea|China freight forwarding agent



Sea freight (ocean freight) is the major shipping method for international trade.Cost efficient, esp for large volumes. It’s the very first choice for most importers. 

When it comes to shipping from China, we take pride in freight forwarding industry for more than 20 years, and have been providing excellent ocean cargo services for small and medium companies as well as individuals all over the world.


We provide global freight management for your cargo from China, offering not only standard container service, but also oversized & heavy lift cargo shipping, out of gauge cargo, project cargo service, breakbulk shipping service, RORO cargo, etc from China. 


In-gauge cargo/Standard containers

LCL(less than container load)

20/40GP (General Purpose) and 40/45HC (High Cube), 53 feet container (from South China to the US only)

Reefer container (Used for goods that require constant temperatures, esp for food)


Out-of-gauge cargo (OOG cargo)

In addition, we provide global out-of-gauge and breakbulk shipping services from China, bringing first class project cargo management, no matter whether it’s heavy lift cargo, or oversized cargo that can’t fit inside a standard container.

Out-of-gauge cargo is freight which is too large to fit inside 20 ft, 40 ft, or 40 ft HC containers (exceeds the dimensions of a shipping container by length, width, height or all of the above). Instead, this cargo can be safely transported on a platform, flat rack or in an open top container.

Flat Rack container

Used for cargo that is too large for a standard container. Flat racks are transported on container ships and allow oversized cargo to move to destinations where RORO and Breakbulk vessels are not necessarily available or to shorten transit times.

Open Top Container

For cargo that fits within the horizontal constraints of a standard container but overheight, or for cargo when loading from the top is easier.

Breakbulk cargo/Project cargo

Breakbulk cargo (or project cargo) is freight which is too large to be transported on a single flat rack or platform, such as large yachts, large factory components, large machines, etc. Typically, breakbulk cargo is loaded on flat rack containers or platform containers (several assembled side-by-side) and then secured for shipment.  B.B. cargoes are accepted alongside of the vessel and are delivered alongside of the vessel.

RORO cargo/LOLO cargo

Roll-on, roll-off ships are vessels designed to carry wheeled cargo that are driven on and off the ship on their own wheels. This is in contrast to lift-on, lift-off (LOLO) vessels, which use a crane to load and unload cargo. RORO vessels have built-in ramps that allow the cargo to be efficiently loaded and unloaded when in port.

Our professional team always aim at bringing first class project cargo management.

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