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Japan Office

8-2, Nihonbashi Kodenmacho,
Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Phone : +81345208964,
+81345208929

Thailand Office

25 Sukhumvit Soi 23,
Sukhumvit Road,
Bangkok 10110. Thailand
Phone : +66863620504,
+66841567010

Singapore Office

5001 Beach Road, #04-03, Space
D7, Golden Mile Complex,
Singapore 199588
Phone : +6562979008
Fax: +65 62979796

UK Office

44 Somerset close,
New Malden, Surrey,
KT3 5RF,
United Kingdom(UK)

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Shipping

We provide one of the most advanced shipping and logistic facilities to our clients worldwide. Depending on the type of vessels, there are 2 main methods used for loading motor cargo. One type of cargo is known as Roll-on/Roll-off (RORO) and the other is container cargo.

Roll-on/Roll-off (RORO)

Roll-on/Roll-off (RORO)

RORO ships are vessels that are designed to carry wheeled cargo such as automobiles, trucks, semi-trailer trucks, trailers or railroad cars that are driven on and off the ship on their own wheels.

RORO vessels come with in-built ramps which allow the cargo to be efficiently "rolled on" and "rolled off" the vessel when in port. When using RORO vessels to ship vehicles, the customers will be charged by cubic meters depending on the destination.

RORO types of vessels are currently facing shortage in supply as auto manufacturing increased globally throughout the past decade. The frequency of shipment for RORO types of cargo is lesser compared to container cargos and not every port is covered by RORO vessels, hence for many countries container cargo is the only available option to ship a vehicle.

Container

Container

Container ships are cargo ships that carry their entire load in intermodal containers which is a technique also known as containerization. This method of shipment is one of the most common forms of commercial freight transportation.

Shipping containers come in many different names, which can be a bit confusing. However most shipping containers are standard in shape, size and construction virtually throughout the world.

Containers are standardized re-sealable transportation boxes and the most common sizes used in ground and sea (surface) transportation are the twenty-footer and the forty-footer.