Maritime Transportation

“Network Project Logistics Inc. provides complete and partial Maritime Transportation services to its customers with its experienced and expert team in the field of Maritime Transportation.” The company also provides port services and inland transportation services at ports of origin and destination using a door-to-door logistics approach through its extensive agency network and network memberships.

Network Project Logistics Inc. enhances its services by establishing annual agreements with shipowners who operate self-crane ships, ro-ro ships, or use roll trailer and flatrack units, which are frequently preferred for project cargo transportation, in addition to offering ship chartering and part-cargo transportation services. These arrangements are tailored to the specific characteristics of the freight being transported.

Network Project Logistics Inc. offers sea container transportation services with competitive prices to its customers importing or exporting from all over the world. In addition to standard container transportation, FCL and LCL produce customized solutions with special equipment (Flatrack, Opentop, Reefer) containers.

What is Maritime Transportation?

Maritime transportation refers to the transportation of goods mostly between ports by sea with the help of freight ships. Maritime Transportation is the most widely used mode of transportation based on ton-km. This method is mostly preferred for the transportation of crude oil, minerals, cement, iron and steel, cereals, liquid products, chemical materials and automotive products.

As maritime transportation typically involves transportation between ports, road and rail transportation modes are utilized after the initial sea leg of the journey. While it is sometimes mistaken for multimodal transportation, this pre- and post-transportation is also considered a part of maritime transport.