Maritime container transport from the main European ports
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Our best pre-carriage land solutions
Our knowledge of the port environment
Our expertise in customs formalities
Our relationships with the leading shipping companies to our destinations
en door-to-door delivery solutions
Implementation of the most economical solutions
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Our expertise in administrative formalities
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Shipping container specifications
There are several types of container, depending on the goods to be transported.
Dry and High cube containers
These are totally enclosed containers sealed against the weather (closed, dry or CTS). Standard containers are equipped with doors at the ends and are used to transport all types of goods.
This is the most common container type, used to transport most dry goods.
Reefers (refrigerated containers)
This type of container is used to transport goods at a controlled temperature. Thermally insulated, it is equipped with an electric motor to cool or warm the air inside the container.
Open top containers
These containers have the same characteristics as dry containers except that they do not have a rigid roof. They can be fitted with a tarpaulin.
Open top containers are designed to carry heavy and/or high-volume goods handled with a crane.
Flat rack containers
These containers come with or without rigid ends (the ends can be folded down on to the floor of the container). This type of container is designed to transport high-volume, heavy and outsize goods.