Freight Cargo Import Haulage

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The shipping process from picking up your cargo from the origin address to delivery (also known as freight cargo import haulage) is one that has s certain particulars that one needs to adhere to. As a reputed freight forwarding company, we at Transco Cargo International based in Australia and servicing the world, we ensure we… Read more »

Export Cargo Shipping – Export Customs Clearance and Origin Handling

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In our previous blog, Export Cargo Shipping Process Explained – Export Haulage, we looked into the first step involved; Export Haulage. In this blog post, we look at what “Origin Handling” entails and what the Export Customs Clearance procedure includes. Of course, as your trusted logistics service provider, Transco Cargo offers customs brokerage services apart… Read more »

Cargo Shipping Process Explained – Export Haulage

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If you are looking to understand how cargo shipping works, you have come to the right place. At Transco Cargo Australia we look at making the cargo shipping process easier. Often the choice of cargo shipping is via sea freight due to the lower costs involved. There are  various physical and documentation steps to take… Read more »

Why Customs Bonded Warehouses are Important

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With freight forwarding companies as does Transco Cargo based in Australia, often the term “Customs Bonded Warehouses” is used when referring to the services offered. But for those who are not in the logistics industry, this may well be an alien term. Thus, in this blog post by your reliable freight forwarding company Transco Cargo,… Read more »

The Future of Global Shipping

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It is a well-known fact that the future of global shipping is heavily reliant on the stability of the global economy which is dependent on the political temperature as well. If we were to look back at the world politics and the state of events, from the turn of events with the US elections, President… Read more »

Air Freight Demands are on the Rise

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  In November of last year, reports showed that more and more people were looking to air freight to supply their demands for almost instant delivery or gratification of e-commerce products. With an 8.8% increase against the previous year, compared to the earlier 5.8% rise in the 2015-2015 period. IATA reports that this could indeed… Read more »

What to know when Shipping from Australia with Transco Cargo

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When you are looking for solutions for shipping from Australia, there are many options for you to take, however, we at your disposal to help you with all your needs. In this edition of our blog, we look at what to know when shipping from Australian with Transco Cargo. Firstly, we should explain that there… Read more »

Boxing and Packaging Safety Tips when Shipping Small or Large Packages

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As a rule of thumb, we at Transco Cargo Australia let our customers know that they have the option of having us box and pack their packages to send overseas for them. This is so that all the boxing and packaging safety tips when shipping small or large packages are adhered to insure that the… Read more »

Types of Cargo and Ways of Shipping your Goods

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With sea freight, there are various of  cargo  being shipped internationally. When it comes ocean cargo, the types of cargo and ways of shipping your goods in question may be different. This pertains to what your goods are classified as; container cargo, dry bulk, break bulk, liquid bulk, and RO-RO type of ocean cargo. Container… Read more »

Shipping Markers Explained

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When you receive a shipment, you usually see a number of shipping markers on the shipping boxes or crates. If you have ever wondered what they would be, then you are in the right place; we are here to explain them to you. When you take a shipping box, there are the main marks (the… Read more »