Less than Container Load. Individually skidded (palletized), crated or loose box shipments are consolidated on freight carries, bound for the intended destination. This service is designed for those shipments whose space is insufficient to fill a 20 ft container with a total capacity of 1168CFT/33.07CBM.
In order to use Xpress Logistix & SHIPPING PVT. LTD.’s Economy LCL Seafreight Service shipping items must be boxed or crated and labeled for shipping purpose with complete consigner and consignee addresses and phone numbers. Shipping supplies can be purchased on-line via packingsection of the web-site at no extra cost for the delivery using ground shipping service. Shipping labels can be printed on-line via PRINT LABELS page
Services offered by Xpress Logistix are Terminal-to-Terminal and Door-to-Terminal: Terminal-to-Terminal- For cargo self-delivered to the origin shipping terminal. For Terminal-to-Terminal Service, rates are based primarily on the volume of cargo. Weight is not a pricing factor. That is the advantage of shipping sizable cargo using Economy Terminal-to-Terminal Seafreight Service.
Door-to-Terminal – Service includes pickup of boxed or crated cargo from virtually any location in the continental USA. Pickup charges are based on the chargeable weight of cargo. RESIDENTIAL PICKUP is a curbside-service. Driver will load cargo from driveway, front porch, garage or acceptable ground level loading area. CargoPeople does not provide inside pickup service. COMMERCIAL LOCATION PICKUP is considered from warehouses, which provide loading docks and forklifts.
Seafreight Service does not include door delivery at destinations. The Recipient must recover cargo at the destination’s ship terminal. Otherwise destination door delivery service can be conducted and paid by recipient at the destination station.
Xpress Logistix & SHIPPING PVT. LTD.’s Economy Seafreight Service is on FOB (Free on Board) basis to a destination cargo receiving terminal (CFS) and subject to destination charges. Destination charges are for the account of the Consignee. The recipient will be required to arrange formal or informal entry with customs in the destination country. The destination agent should guide the recipient in the complexity of the destinations customs regulations.