Frozen, chilled and ambient shipping from - 40 Deg C to + 30 Deg C


Import / Export in 20ft to 45ft containers with HC, OT and FR options


We can manage oversized cargo with a variety of transport options available


For vehicles and other large oversized machinery via ocean freight

cross trade shipping

We can arrange cross trade movement through our private agent network



If you're looking for a reliable service, access to online tracking, quick transit times and competitively priced ocean freight rates then you've come to the right place.

We offer the following services Worldwide, covering all INCOTERMS:

  • Port to Port sea freight services

  • Door to Port sea freight services

  • Door to Door sea freight services

For customers who wish to send cargo by sea, we will provide tailored packages to suit your requirements. With 24hr dedicated loading & delivery times and in-house customs clearance, we will export or import your cargo providing you with full transparency every step of the way.

We prepare shipping documents on behalf of our customers to ensure all documentation is non-discrepant, our documentation services cover:

  • House Bills of Lading

  • Master Bills of Lading

  • Certificates of Origin - Standard European and Arab Legalised Certificates

  • Letter of Credit Checking

Carrier owned container (Coc) equipment 

The shipping lines over various different types of equipment for ocean freight shipping, customers may even choose to export their own container (SOC - Shippers Own Container), in which case the container must be CSC plated. Equipment Available:

  • 20ft Standard Dry, 20ft Reefer, 20ft Open Top, 20ft Flat Rack

  • 40ft Standard Dry, 40ft Reefer, 40ft Open Top, 40ft Flat Rack

  • 40ft HC Dry, 40ft HC Reefer, 40ft HC Open Top

  • 45ft Dry

Questions & answers:

Q: How many pallets fit inside a 20ft container?

A: 11 Europallets or 9 - 10 Standard pallets on one tier

Q: How many pallets fit inside a 40ft container?

A: 23 - 24 Europallets or 20 - 21 Standard pallets on one tier

Q: What is the difference between FCL and LCL?

A: FCL stands for Full Container Load, this is used for a customer who wishes to utilise the whole container space. LCL stands for Less Than Container Load, this mode of shipment is used when orders from multiple customers is consolidated into the same container to utilise all the space making this more cost effective

Q: What is a full container load shipping cost?

A: Prices vary depending on the type of equipment you require and the Origin and Destination in which this container will travel from and to, for a tailored quote you can contact info@freightnegotiate.com

Q: Who are the best sea freight companies?

A: It depends on the destination you are shipping to, each shipping line has strengths with various Countries. When we receive a quote request, we contact all the shipping lines in order to retrieve the best three rates, we then further negotiate to achieve the lowest possible rate for that lane.

temperature controlled cargo

For frozen, chilled or ambient goods, we arrange import / export via temperature controlled containers know as Reefer Containers.

These containers can be set to maintain temperatures as low as minus 40 degrees C up to plus 30 degrees C.

Most common types of commodities requiring temperature control are foods such as ice cream, meats, confectionery and pharmaceutical products. It is important temperatures are monitored throughout to avoid goods being defected.

dry containers for cargo

For commodities which do not require temperature control, they can be shipped in normal dry containers with a variety of different sizes available.

We also have specialised equipment such as flat racks for bulkier items which require special handling for loading / unloading along with open top containers.

Standard Dry Containers open at the smaller sides of the containers, most customers will use a loading ramp or drop the container to floor level for easy loading. The standard free loading/ unloading time is 3 hours.