Are you looking for logistical support for importing from the USA to Germany or exporting from Germany to the USA? Quick Cargo Service offers you comprehensive full container (FCL) services and partial containers (TCL) on a port-to-port or door-to-door basis. Our QCS container transports are cost-efficient and safe. Thanks to long-term partnerships with established shipping companies, we ensure regular departures all over the world [...]
Category Archives: Sea Freight
Container loading and unloading service of our Hamburg branch. Quick Cargo Service ensures that the space in the container is used optimally. Benefit from our expertise, thus optimizing your costs and reducing your workload!
As an NVOCC (non-vessel operating common carrier) or simply as a ship booking carrier, we can book shipping space and issue bills of lading even without your own ships.
Your advantages with Quick Cargo sea freight groupage weekly departures on-carriage & customs clearance Fast transit times Fixed contacts Attractive sea freight rates Warehousing options Your contact person: QCS Sales-ocean: firstname.lastname@example.org
Since 2012, Quick-Cargo has been offering the complete distribution portfolio in the Hamburg sea freight center in addition to the main sea routes and all customs clearance variants. In QCS’s own Container Freight Station we offer you a comprehensive service portfolio: from professional container loading and unloading, storage capacities in the areas of block and racking to fulfillment storage options and picking on demand. With us your [...]
Do you have LCL transports to, for example, China, USA and Mexico? With weekly departures, we are the right service provider for you. Talk to us anytime! Your advantages: Weekly departures on-carriage & customs clearance Fast transit times Fixed contact person Attractive sea freight rates Warehousing options Your contact person: QCS Sales-ocean: email@example.com
IMO 2020 - Background information As of January 1, 2020, ships will only be allowed to use fuels with a maximum sulfur content of 0,5 percent. The current standard is fuels with a sulfur limit of 3,5 percent. The so-called IMO2020 regulation is the first of a series of measures by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to reduce marine pollution. Quick-Cargo sea freight manager [...]