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Sea Freight 1Ocean international has the expertise and the infrastructure to handle all types of sea freight cargo from 1 pallet to turn key projects and together with our general forwarding dept and ocean consolidation service, Ocean International can provide all your shipping needs.

Weekly export consolidation services to all the principal ports  of  the Six continents, receiving at Southampton, Tilbury, Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow. Ocean International can provide fixed day sailings every week. 

Working with our GTO partners around the world we can provide delivery up to your customers door,  by liasing with the local customs authorities and arranging onward delivery of the consignment to its destination.

An add on feature within the export department is full letter of credit presentation. Our experienced and qualified staff can produce all presentation documents on your behalf liase with the various banks and arrange prompt payment to your bank account as soon as possible after shipment.  We can also organise all consular requirements for shipments that require specialist documentation such as certificates of origin and notaries. Full free advice can be given at any time.


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Ocean international has many import full load and consolidation services arriving weekly into Southampton and Felixstowe from the Far East, the United States of America and the Indian sub-continent. To enhance this service full import customs clearance facilities are available at all ports to clear consignments quickly and efficiently as soon as they arrive and then delivery arrangements can be made  to the customers premises.

A large duty deferment facility is available with H.M. Revenue & Customs so there will be no delay in payment of customs duties and taxes to the government.



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