Ocean Freight :
Dualtec Cargo Panama has space agreements with all world’s largest shipping lines and carefully selected NVOCCs, allowing us to offer competitive freight rates for FCL, LCL, RoRo, LoLo and Bulk for all types of commodities. Our expert team can advise you on the most appropriate method of shipment while our independent status and extensive market knowledge will ensure that we obtain the best price/transit time ratio for your needs, while avoiding unnecessary costs.
With a full range of ocean services, unlimited carrier options, complete door-to-door freight management service and extensive market knowledge, Dualtec Cargo Panama is your obvious choice for sea freight services. We will help you move your sea freight shipment to its destination in one seamless process.
FCL = Full Container Load
FCL is the abbreviation for a “Full Container Load” commonly used to describe an international sea freight service where an exporter or importer has exclusive use of a dedicated sea freight container (normally a 20ft or 40ft container). Sea freight containers are usually loaded and sealed at origin and then shipped by a combination of sea, rail and/or road to the final destination.
LCL = Less than Container Load
When you don’t have enough cargo (or perhaps you have too much cargo) for a full container (FCL), you need our LCL (less than container load) service. This is a sea freight service which consolidates a number of shipments together from various Exporters into a container load, at a fraction of the cost of Air Freight or Full Container Load.
Ro/Ro (Roll on Roll off)
RoRo is short for “roll on, roll off”. This simply refers to the method by which vehicles and machinery are loaded onto large ocean shipping vessels for transport overseas. This applies to all types of cars, trucks, machinery, boats, or any type of freight that is wheeled on/off the vessel.
Lo/Lo (Load on Load off)
LoLo is short for Â“load on, load off”. This describes the method by which cargo is loaded and discharged over the top of the vessel using cranes and derricks. It commonly refers to cargo that is not shipped in standard containers due to its size, weight, or special handling requirement.
Bulk cargo is commodity cargo that is transported unpackaged in large quantities, such as petroleum, grain, coal, or gravel, which is dropped or poured into a bulk carrier ship’s hold. Bulk cargo is classified as liquid or dry.