About Cargo Express!
Cargo Express takes pride in being regarded as one of the most reliable and affordable logistic and warehousing service providers in the country. As a third party logistic service provider, we excel at a range of logistic services, which includes trucking services, warehousing services, logistic services, and a range of other ancillary services. We have years of experience in the business of logistics, warehousing, distribution, trucking and supply chain management services, and aim to provide our clients with convenience, reliability and affordability through our premium logistic services.
Our team of experts at all levels of our services have years of experience backing them, which adds the credibility of an expert workforce. This also helps us in cutting down response time, and providing punctual delivery and services at all times, whether it is trucking service or warehousing services. Our goal is to make a positive difference in your business through our services, and build long term relationship with you. Our commitment to our clients can be seen by the amount of emphasis we lay on team work, customer support services and making technological upgrades in our logistic process and equipment from time to time.
Our experience in all the fields we serve in, and the range of services we provide, makes us one of the most comprehensive logistic service providers in the nation. And, with the help of continuous support and trust of our clients, we aim to stay at the top of the game, and humbly so. Our sophisticated systems, neatly designed logistic process, state of the art logistic tools and equipment, most advanced carriers, custom tailored services, and dedication to keep the costs low for end users, help us to provide logistic solution that aligns well with our clients’ requirements. We welcome you to our site, and request you to consult with our logistic experts for your logistic needs, and rest assured of getting done.
We have many years of experience in the business of logistics, warehousing, distribution, trucking and supply chain management services, and aim to provide our clients with convenience, reliability and affordability through our premium logistic services.
- Deliver Environmentally Responsible Client Services
- Provide Employees with an Attractive Working Environment
- Be an Active Community Partner
- Maintain High Ethical Standards
- Drive Continuous Improvement
- Freight Security
- Air & Ocean Cargo Insurance
- Our highly efficient customs brokerage
- Clearance and compliance service
- We ensure complete security
Frequently Asked Questions
A forwarding agent or forwarder is an agent who acts on behalf of importers and exporters to organise safe and economical goods transport. Among their many tasks, the most common are facilitating transport, selecting the most efficient route, taking out insurance policies, choosing the appropriate packaging depending on the cargo and taking care of its storage and/or distribution.
The documents required for land freight transport are as follows:
- CMR document: This document confirms the existence of an international road transport contract. It indicates the freight type, its origin, destination, the carrier, shipper and addressee. It is also a receipt for the consignor proving that they have delivered the goods to the carrier.
- ADR document: When transporting dangerous goods, this document specifies the type of goods carried, their classification and UN number and the measures that must be taken for their transportation and handling.
- Air Waybill (AWB): This is the document of title to the goods travelling by air and is therefore non-negotiable. It travels with the cargo and acts as evidence of delivery of the goods travelling on board the plane.
- Commercial invoice: Document establishing the conditions of sale for the goods and their specifications. Serves as proof of sale.
- Packing list: A list of the contents in a package, completing the information of the invoice, which must be issued by the sender.
- Customs clearance authorisation: Document with which an importer or exporter authorises a customs agent to submit one or several customs declarations on their behalf.
- Delayed shipment: The most common causes of delay are inefficient management of port times and formalities. Other variables may also affect the shipment, such as circumstances of force majeure, like a storm for instance, or, in some parts of the world, the risk of a pirate attack.
- Lost goods: While this represents a very low risk today, it can occur in the event of problems such as the boat sinking or breaking down, as well as due to robbery or theft in ports of loading and destination in countries with high levels of corruption.
- Moisture, humidity or extreme temperatures:Environmental conditions must be perfectly controlled to prevent the cargo from being rendered unusable due to moisture, humidity or extreme heat or cold. All cargo must therefore be transported in containers suited to their particular characteristics and checked to ensure that they are properly closed. They must also be correctly loaded, unloaded and stored.
- Contamination: Interaction between different goods can ruin them. The goods must therefore be well packaged and properly stowed in the hold to prevent their contamination.
- Natural disasters: Natural disasters are becoming more frequent and serious in recent years; this represents the most unpredictable risk on the list.
- Computer threats: This is one of the new risks of international maritime transport since the famous NotPeya attack suffered by Maersk. Companies and ports are therefore currently working on logistics cybersecurity.
We can distinguish between different kinds of ships for maritime transport, depending on the load they transport:
- General freighters:These are basic cargo ships; they can carry freight, but have no space for containers.
- Container ships: Ships specially designed to carry goods in containers. They monopolize the majority of international dry freight transport and represent more than a half of all maritime trade.
- Bulk carriers: The vessels best suited to transporting solid bulk cargoes.
- Oil/gas tankers: Special tankers for transporting crude oil and by-products differentiated by their superior technical characteristics; all of them guarantee water tightness and structural resistance. Gas tankers have more sophisticated technology for storing liquefied gas and are divided into carriers of GNL and GLP, given that each one needs to be kept at a different pressure and temperature.
- Reefer ships: Transport perishable food and commodities which must generally be preserved at very low temperatures
- Ro-Ro ships: Have ramps and platforms for transporting vehicles with wheels, from private cars to industrial vehicles and loaded trucks. There are also hybrid versions of these ships which combine vehicle and passengers transport (ferries) and others that transport vehicles carrying containers (Ro-Lo)
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