International delivery of goods is carried out in several ways: transportation by sea, by air or by rail
Delivery of goods and goods from the ports of Asia
Delivery of Asian goods to all corners of the world has been invariably in demand since the first centuries BC, since the founding of the Great Silk Road. In today’s economic realities, Asia continues to play a key role in global commodity production. The largest production facilities and raw material sites are concentrated here, which naturally affects the volume of goods turnover and cargo transportation. Equipment, machine tools, electrical appliances, clothing, food (fruit), vehicles and other types of household / industrial goods are transported daily from Asian ports to Ukraine.
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High market competition inherent in almost all spheres of the economy dictates high requirements for carriers and requires optimization of transport costs. Depending on the priorities of the cargo owner and / or the tactical tasks of the company, in the list of various logistics schemes, you can choose air cargo transportation, sea transportation or rail transportation of goods from Asian countries.
Delivery of goods from East Asia is one of the priority activities of the Hals Market brokerage and logistics company. Our logistics of sea transportation is the construction of an optimal model of cargo transportation, taking into account prices, terms, safety and other individual requirements of the customer. We work with reliable contractors in China, South Korea, Indonesia and other regions of Southeast Asia, selecting the lowest cost freight rates.
In cases where direct delivery rates are too high (unprofitable) for the customer, we offer a multimodal model with a combination of several types of vehicles (air, sea vessels, auto, railway transport). Also, a combined delivery scheme is relevant in the absence of a direct message or the need to optimize delivery times. In the implementation of such deliveries, the Hals Market company plays the role of a general transport operator (MTO), controlling each stage.
The main stage of the delivery of Asian goods to the territory of Ukraine mainly includes shipping by sea. Depending on the properties of the object of transportation, we select the most efficient delivery method:
- container transportation of groupage cargo: LCL (Less-than-container Load)
- container delivery for one customer: FCL (Full Container Load)
- multimodal transportation under control general operator
- Ro-Ro transportation on Ro-Ro ships
- delivery of vehicles, oversized items in containers
Development of the route and control of the movement of the client’s property are the priority tasks of the carrier. In turn, the choice of the most suitable point of departure depends on the quality of the partner network of the transport operator. In order to optimize costs as much as possible and save the client from unnecessary logistics costs, we have an extensive partner network with contractors in many seaports of Southeast Asia.
Delivery of goods from China, Vietnam, Korea and Japan
Most of the world’s imports of Chinese goods pass through the Port of Shanghai, located on the west coast of the Pacific Ocean. The largest port in the world provides international shipping in containers, groupage, bulk cargo, oversized cargo, ro-ro shipments and other types of sea transportation. One of the world leaders in cargo turnover, with strong trade ties with 500 ports around the world, the Shanghai port serves as a strategic hub for the supply of Chinese goods to Ukraine. Container traffic with the countries of the Middle East and Central Asia is provided by the large commercial port of the PRC Port of Rizhao in the east of China, Shandong province.
Import of Vietnamese goods is mainly provided by the Port of Saigon, a network of ports in Ho Chi Minh City. Located in the largest city in Vietnam, Saigon is a strategic hub for container shipping. In terms of cargo turnover, it is in the 30 largest container ports in the world. General company New Port of Saigon is the operator of the largest container terminal in Vietnam. Completing a 30-year stage of formation and development in 2020, the port of Saigon has significantly increased its competitiveness and strives to be among the top 20 world leaders in the field of container shipping.
Korean goods are shipped through the country’s largest logistics hub, connecting Korea with a shipping route to the world, and the 6th largest commercial port in the world, the Port of Busan. The strategic plans of the port’s management company by 2025 are to achieve a cargo turnover of 30 million TEU (a unit of capacity for freight vehicles). Geographic proximity to China, Japan and the United States has provided geopolitical and economic advantages for the sea capital of the Republic of Korea, as well as the high competitiveness of the Busan trade hub around the world. In the center of Northeast Asia, the Busan transport and logistics hub is currently performing the key tasks in the distribution of Asian imports. Incheon Port – an artificial port with a system of floodgates; the second in terms of cargo turnover (56 million tons / year) after Busan. The system of locks allows you to receive ocean-going vessels with a large displacement – up to 50 thousand tons
Delivery of goods from Japan is carried out through numerous sea hubs of a small island country, washed by 4 seas and the Pacific Ocean. Metropolitan Marine Hub The Port of Tokyo is located on the northwestern coast of Tokyo Bay (Honshu Island). The facility is divided into districts, each of which has its own direction – the Oi container terminal, the Harumi and Toyosu foreign trade logistics sector, the Shinagawa foreign trade coastal cargo sector and Lesnaya harbor. The second largest after the capital of Tokyo, the Port of Osaka is located in the southern part of the island of Honshu. The Port of Kobe serves as part of the Osaka port of cruise shipments, and the double name Kobe (Osaka) is often used on tourist routes. At the same time, Kobe is a major center for international transport, providing 30% of the country’s foreign trade turnover with an indicator of 150 million tons per year. About 20% of foreign trade cargo or 130 million tons per year passes through the Port of Yokohama (mainly export of engineering products). The port of Kitakyushu on the island of Kyushu is Japan’s link with all its islands and the outside world. Kitakyushu, due to the presence on the island of numerous enterprises of heavy and light industry, is the largest logistics and industrial center of the country. Nagoya Port is a major transport hub on Honshu Island, in Ise Bay. The size of the water area allows at the same time to provide anchorage for 300 vessels with a carrying capacity of up to 65 tons. The Chiba port is engaged in servicing Japanese imports of raw materials delivered in the form of liquid and bulk cargo.
We also organize sea transportation of goods from such Asian logistics hubs as:
- Hong Kong: Hong Kong Port
- Taiwan: Jilong Port, Kaohsiung Port
- Israel: Haifa Port
- Singapore: Singapore Port
- India: Port of Nava Sheva
- Philippines: Port of Manila
- Sri Lanka: Port of Colombo
- Bangladesh: Port of Chittagong
Do you need a reliable partner in the field of international shipping by sea? Then brokerage and logistics company Hals Market will select the best model and route!