Best Sea Freight Forwarder in China

Focus on LCL sea freight from China, and with more than ten years of experience in sea freight shipping, Winsky freight team undertakes all kinds of LCL sea freight business, such as general goods, overlong and overweight, dangerous goods.

We have a good service agency network and sound branches all over the world to ensure top-class sea freight from China. The excellent relationship we have cooperated with world-famous sea shipping companies such as MSK, MSC, CMA-CGM, APL, OOCL, EMC, ONE, HMM for many years. We guarantee to provide you with the most efficient transportation and the lowest sea freight rates.

Our sea freight forwarding service includes one-stop services such as booking, import and export customs declaration, inspection declaration, warehousing, sea shipping transportation, and import customs clearance and delivery at your destination. We also provide other additional services such as re-labeling, palletizing, buy cargo insurance according to your needs, and recommend the most appropriate shipping route when shipping by sea from China.

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Sea Freight Service included:

  • LCL Sea Freight

  • Door to port

  • Port to port

  • Door to Door

  • Import & Export Customs clearance

  • Export packing and labeling.

  • Freight Insurance

  • Global shipment tracking

  • Buyers’ consolidation

  • Making pallets in our warehouse

  • Documentation (B/L, CO, License Application, FORM M, etc)

  • General & Hazardous good transportation

Advantages of our Sea Freight Forwarding service

Sea Shipping Operation Process:

1. Shipping Inquiry

Shipping Inquiry

First of all to confirm the mode of transportation: LCL or FCL sea freight, Terms of transportation, ex-factory, FOB, then make sea freight quote to customer.

2. Charter Booking

Charter Booking

After confirming the price, send a booking to the sea carrier, prepare the export customs clearance documents at the same time.

3. Arrange Shipping Order

Arrange Shipping Order

After getting the SO from sea carrier, arrange the goods pick up and warehouse in according to the SO.

4. Confirm Bill of Lading

Confirm Bill of Lading

Sea carrier send the copy of the Bill of lading to customer, wait customer to confirm the bill of lading information.

5. Export Customs Declaration

Details:

Export Customs declaration waiting for release. After the custom released, wait for the boat to sail.

6. Arrange Shipping Insurance

Buy Cargo Insurance

Buy Cargo Insurance from shipping agent, arrange cargo insurance to cover goods damage or missing during transit.

7. Get Bill of Lading

Get Bill of Lading

Pay the shipping cost to freight forwarder, get the bill of lading and give it to the consignee together with complete customs clearance information.

8. Pick Up from Seaport

Pick Up from Seaport

Get notice of arrival from destination port agent, recipient can begin to clear the import customs, and then pay the full fee to pick up the goods.

Below is the FAQ for Sea Freight from China

1. How Much Is Sea Freight From China?

Sea freight rates depend on the type of service (i.e., FCL, LCL) and the distance between two ports. For example, LCL sea freight rates for China to the USA start with 50 cents/kg. Again a 40 ft container from China to the USA will cost around USD 5000.

2. How Long Does Sea Freight Take From China?

The time a sea freight will take that depends on the distance between two ports. For Asia, sea shipping takes 10-25 days, and for Africa, the duration will more than 45-60 days. The efficiency and connection of a sea freight forwarder can minimize the time.

3. How Does Sea Freight Work?

In sea freight shipping, a sea freight forwarder books space or container, and your goods are packed there. Then your shipment moves to the port, and after customs pass loads to the vessel. Then the vessel reaches the destination port, and you can receive clearing the customs duties, vat, and taxes.

4. What Documents Are Required For The Sea Freight From China?

You will need five documents when you are shipping by sea from China:
1.Bill of lading – mandatory.
2.Country Of Origin – Not mandatory in China but mandatory for import customs in some countries.
3.Commercial invoice- Supplier/seller will provide
4.Packaging list – Mandatory
5.Shipper’s letter of instruction – mandatory.

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    Sea Freight From China | The Ultimate FAQ Guide

    In the international import and export business, sea freight is the most popular method of shipping goods. You can ship large quantity products at a low price in ocean shipping or sea freight. Moreover, you have the FCL and LCL shipping options for large and low quantity products.

    As a leading freight forwarder in China, we face thousands of questions every day from our clients all over the world. In this article, we will discuss the most common questions about sea freight. From what sea freight is to what is the process of using sea freight, from types of sea freight to incoterms, from necessary documentation to transport  duration, everything.

    After reading this article you will know the basic information you should know about sea freight.

    1. What Is Sea Freight?

    The method of transporting goods using a carrier ship is called sea freight. In this process, a sea freight forwarder packs your container and loads it on a sea vessel. A sea vessel can carry up to 18,000 containers, and that’s why sea shipping is the cheapest way of transporting goods.

    2. What Are Incoterms? 

    International Chambers of Commerce (ICC) publishes a set of international commercial terms or Incoterms to facilitate commerce globally. The globally recognized incoterms clarify the obligations of buyers and sellers to prevent confusion in international trade commerce.

    If you are shipping by sea from China or any other method, you should have good knowledge about incoterms. According to the incoterms, both parties involved in international trade understand their tasks, responsibilities, costs, and risks.

    Both parties manage the logistics and transportations upon the incoterms they have agreed.

    Make sure you understand the incoterm correctly before shipping by sea from China.

    2.1 Buyer And Seller Responsibilities By Incoterms 

    When using sea shipping to ship from China, you will find four Incoterms: FOB, EXW, CFR, and CIF. Let’s discuss the incoterms to give you a proper understanding:

    • EXW (ExWorks)

    Here the buyer takes pretty much all responsibilities of the shipping process. The seller only delivers the goods from the factory. The buyer pays for transporting the goods from the pickup point to the final destination.

    The seller’s collection address follows ExWorks incoterms, and from that point, the buyer has to take all the responsibilities.

    • EXW (ExWorks)

    Here the buyer takes pretty much all responsibilities of the shipping process. The seller only delivers the goods from the factory. The buyer pays for transporting the goods from the pickup point to the final destination.

    The seller’s collection address follows ExWorks incoterms, and from that point, the buyer has to take all the responsibilities.

    • CFR (Cost and Freight)

    In CFR incoterms, the supplier will be responsible for bringing the goods to the port, on board the goods, and deliver them to the destination port. The seller will pay every cost and the buyer will pay after receiving the goods from the destination port. The buyer will bear the import duties, taxes, and other land transportation costs.

    In this shipping term insurance for the goods is not included. So the seller won’t be responsible for damage or loss.

    • CIF (Cost, Insurance, and Freight)

    CIF is identical to CFR shipping terms with one addition. In CIF incoterm, insurance is included. The buyer has to pay all the bills after the shipment arrives at the destination port. Like CFR the buyer will pay the customs duties, taxes, and other port/transport costs.

    This is a lucrative offer for the buyer but it is very tough to maintain a minimal cost here.

    • FOB (Free On Board)

    In FOB shipping terms, the buyer will load the shipment onto the sea vessel. But as there is no insurance the buyer will be responsible for damage or loss.  The supplier will pay the export customs duties. [1]

    The FOB shipping terms can be complicated for new traders, but this method can be cost-effective with proper assistance.

    If you want to know more about incoterms please watch the video

    2.2 EXW Or FOB Which One To Choose? 

    This is a big concern for many importers that import by sea shipping from China. Many buyers seek our advice on whether to choose FOB or EXW. Some buyers prefer EXW so that they can get the highest control of their products. Well, that depends.

    In EXW, the seller has the lowest responsibility. The seller has to prepare the package in his warehouse and the buyer will do the rest, from picking it up to delivering the goods to the destination port.

    For picking up your product from anywhere in China, you can rely on us. But for some products, the customs clearing process can be tricky. And For some specific goods, the authority runs a quality inspection.

    If your product falls into a quality inspection procedure, you might need the manufacturer or supplier to handle that.

    So, what is the best practice for choosing EXW or FOB? Here it is:

    • For sample shipment or a small number of products, choose EXW.
    • For fulfillment services like FBA or FBM, select EXW.
    • In other cases, tell the seller to send the quote on FOB. After the seller quotes the FOB fees, show us or your sea freight forwarder, and they will tell whether that is reasonable or too much. We always give our clients the best suggestions and never mislead you with the quotation of your seller.

    2.3 Should I Get Insurance?

    It depends. You should get insurance for high-value goods so that you don’t have to suffer damage or loss of your shipment. Our insurance charge is based on the value of your goods. We take 3‰ of the value of the goods for insurance.

    For example, If you are shipping USD 10,000 worth of goods then you have to pay USD 30 for insurance. Our minimum insurance charge is USD 15 per shipment.

    3. Which Types Of Containers Are Used In Sea Freight? 

    We can differentiate the types of containers that most sea freight forwarding services use based on two things: size and feature.

    3.1 Sea Freight Container Types According To Size

    You will find 3 types of containers in most sea shipping. They are :

    20 FT General Purpose = 20’GP = 20’DV = 20FT

    40 FT General Purpose = 40’GP(General Purpose) = 40’DV(Dry Van)  = 40FT

    40 FT High Cube 40’HC (High Cube) = 40’HQ (High Capacity)

    * General purpose is commonly used for Dry Containers.

    Dimensions

    A 20 ft general-purpose container’s outer dimension is 20’ long x 8’ wide x 8’ 6” high.

    A 20 ft general-purpose container’s inner dimension is 19’4” long x 7’ 9” wide x 7’ 10” high

    20 ft carriers are designed to carry heavy products. Products that are mostly shipped by 20 ft containers are metals, machinery, minerals, etc.

    A 40 ft general-purpose container’s outer dimension is 40’ long x 8’ wide x 8’ 6” high

    A 40 ft general-purpose container’s outer dimension is 39’ 6” long x 7’ 9” wide x 7’ 10” high

    40 ft containers are designed to carry volumetric products rather than heavy products. Products that a 40 ft container carries are: tires, furniture, toys, etc., all of which are voluminous goods.

    Maximum Load Capacity

    A 40 ft container is twice the size of a 20 ft container, but interestingly the maximum load capacity is almost the same. Both containers can carry no more than 27-28 tons. Typically they carry under 20 tons.

    The central concept is even though you can load volumetrically double product in a 40 ft container than a 20 ft container, but you can not load double weight of a 20 ft container in a 40 ft.

    Rates

    Sea freight rates of a 40 ft container are less than a 20 ft container. You can multiply 20 ft container sea freight rates with 1.5 to get 40 ft container sea freight rates for easy reference. The rates for HQ and GP are the same.

    3.2 Sea Freight Container Types According To Feature

    Dry Van Sea Freight Shipping Containers

    Dry Van sea shipping containers are steel or aluminum containers. Sea freight forwarding services recommend these containers for general or dry freight. These containers are the most versatile types and can carry a wide range of products.

    These containers are substantial, and you can stack up to 8 ft high. They have only one door and are watertight. Both 20ft and 40 ft containers are used as dry van shipping containers, and they are the most popular ones.

    Reefer Tank Sea Freight Shipping Containers

    Those commodities that require special freezing treatment are transported in a reefer tank sea shipping container. You will find most food items such as vegetables, fruits, and others are shipped using this type of container.

    The most updated versions of reefer tanks use the CO2 control system to transport your goods in an ideal condition.

    Moreover, you will find various types of cargo that are not used regularly, such as Flat-Rack Container, Tank container, Open Top Container, Reefer Container, etc.

    4. What Are The Types Of Sea Freight Shipping? 

    There two main types of sea freight when you are shipping by sea from China or anywhere in the world. They are FCL and LCL shipping. Let’s elaborate on the topics for better understanding.

    4.1 FCL Shipping 

    FCL means Full Container Load. In this shipping method, you have to hire the entire container no matter how much space you are going to use. You can use the whole container without sharing it with any other trader. For a large number of products, it is the safest way of shipping by sea from China.

    But bear in mind FCL shipping can be expensive as you have to pay for the whole container.

    • Here are some benefits that you can get from an FCL shipping method.
    • Minimal ocean freight rates as It is the most economical way of sea shipping.
    • Faster than LCL shipping
    • Costs less if the products you are shipping by sea from China is 13 CM or higher
    • There is no need to worry about the sea freight rates per kg as sea freight forwarding services charge a flat rate for FCL shipping.
    • Less sea freight transit time than the LCL shipping mode. If your shipment requires multiple cargos, then the sea freight transit time can increase.
    • With FCL sea shipping by sea from China, your products have less chance of contamination.

    Though FCL shipping allows less sea freight rates, it can be pretty much expensive for small to medium businesses and even large ones that are not carrying high-volume products.

    4.2 LCL Shipping

    LCL means less than a container. It is the most flexible mode of shipping by sea from China. If you are using LCL sea freight, you would share a container with other traders and only pay for the amount of space your consignment has occupied. Here are some benefits that you would get from LCL sea freight from China.

    ●    Lower Sea Freight Rates

    This is the most crucial advantage of LCL sea freight or less than a container sea shipping mode. In this model you have to pay only for the space you have occupied with your products.

    Many companies wait for products from different suppliers so that they can book a full container. But that is not an intelligent way of maintaining your supply chain. In LCL shipping, you are only paying for the amount of space you would use. So, it will reduce the sea freight rate, and you would be able to keep a regular flow of your goods in the market.

    ●    Better Scheduling

    Better time scheduling is another significant benefit that you would get from LCL shipping. If you are using LCL consolidation, you should be working with a sea freight forwarding service.

    Most sea freight forwarding services have a dedicated team for scheduling and managing pickup, transit, and final load on to sea freight. An excellent sea freight forwarder will notify every movement of your shipment.

    As an expert in LCL shipping, we continuously update our clients on everything from top to bottom, and you get more preparation time for every incoming and outgoing shipment.

    ●    Get On-Demand Delivery

    If your supply chain revolves around FCL shipping, it is hard for you to optimize your shipping by sea freight shipping.

    Suppose you want to get your delivery on a particular day to fill up your store’s need. You can not get that by FCL shipping as unloading FCL shipping depends on various scheduling factors.

    But if you are shipping by sea from China using LCL sea freight mode, you can ask for any day delivery, and your sea freight forwarder can do that for you.

    ●    You Can Focus More To Your Business

    With FCL shipping, you have to use your valuable resource for sea freight tracking, tracing, and managing other schedules related to your shipment from China. Many companies suffer because of this extra cost and human management.

    On the other hand, it also can hamper your supply chain management. But if you leave this on your sea freight forwarder and focus on your supply chain management, you will definitely receive more revenue at the end of the year.

    As a leading sea freight forwarder, we have our particular focus on LCL sea freight shipping. We offer the best competitive sea freight rates and ensure a safe and secured transportation of your shipment from China.

    To know more about FCL and LCL shipping you can watch this video

    5. What is the Sea Freight Cost From China? 

    Generally, ocean freight rates contain the base shipping rate and surcharge. But you should add the customs clearance charge, duty & tax, and some other charges from both ends. We have added the charges that are applied on every shipment:

    • Customs related fees in the destination country (i.e., Duty and Tax)
    • Terminal or Port handling Fees
    • Agent service fees

    5.1 FCL Shipping Cost From China

    Ocean freight rates for FCL shipping depend on various factors such as the loading port, the destination port, container weight, type, and quantity.

    For example, ‘What is the cost for sea freight from China to USA?’

    The cost for a 20 ft container for sea freight from China to USA West Coast will be USD 3000 to 3500, and to the East Coast, that will be USD 4000 from Shanghai port.

    5.2 LCL Shipping Cost From China 

    LCL sea freight shipping is the most flexible and cheapest shipping method from China.

    Ocean freight rates for LCL shipping also depend on various factors such as the loading port, the destination port, container weight, type, and quantity.
    For example, “What is the LCL shipping cost for sea freight from China to USA?”

    LCL sea freight from China to USA typically costs around USD 100 – USD 200 per CBM (cubic meter).

    We have our special LCL shipping wing and offer the most competitive price of all sea freight forwarder services in China. If you want to know anything about LCL sea freight from China, feel free to ask us.

    If we summarize, the costs will include:
    ● Transportation cost from factory to port of loading
    ● Customs clearance in the loading port
    ● Fees in the loading port
    ● Ocean freight charge
    ● Insurance
    ● Port fees in the destination port
    ● Customs fees in the destination port
    ● Customs duty/tax
    ● Transportation from the destination port

    5.3 How Frequently Do The Shipping Rates Change?

    The international shipping industry is never stable. It has plenty of variables that impact the sea freight rates.

    The ocean freight rates depend on the port capacity, oil supply, market demand, seasons, labor issues, disruptions, congestion, and the country’s economic strength.

    Don’t expect to get a quote for longer than two weeks. Sometimes the price might vary each week.

    5.3 Understanding Volume And Weight 

    Your supplier from China could use the US or European metrics for your goods. DO NOT forget to convert them to the British unit to not fall into any problem later.

    5.4 What If There Is A Huge Price Difference? 

    You should always carefully choose your logistics partner, especially when you are using sea freight from China. If you mistakenly fall into the hands of a sea freight forwarder who cannot fulfill specific customers’ needs, that could lead to misunderstanding.

    To avoid these kinds of situations, ask for quotes from multiple sea freight forwarder services and reach out to the most competitive, responsive, and professional.

    Those three factors are the most vital things that you should consider before choosing a sea freight forwarder.

    Also, hire a sea freight forwarding service that will provide support and give you essential advice on the entire administrative process (i.e., customs clearance).

    To know more about it, feel free to contact us.

    5.5 Is Sea Freight Always The Cheapest Shipping Option From China? 

    Though it is thought that sea freight rates are the cheapest among all shipping modes, that is not always the case. It largely depends on the number of your goods.

    Let us answer the question by asking another question. Is your parcel size 1 CMB or less?

    The minimum volume you can ship by LCL sea freight is 1 cubic meter. So, if you are shipping less than one cubic meter, another shipping mode can be cheaper than sea freight from China.

    For that reason, Winsky freight offers its customers a highly competitive air freight shipping service from China to anywhere in the world. With more than 14 years of experience in the shipping industry, we always offer our clients the best shipping mode at the best price.

    We believe in a long-term relationship with each of our clients and therefore offer the most competitive shipping rate from China to USA , Europe, and other parts of the world.

    6. What Are The Major Ports Of China?

    When it comes to seaports, China has many. The country has 34 major seaports and around 2000 minor ports. Of these 34 seaports, 7 of them took place in the top 10 seaports list in the world (2019).

    List Of Major Seaports In China.

    Port Name World Ranking China Ranking Container Volume (Million TEU) Cargo Tonnage (Million Tons)
    Shanghai 1 1 43.3 514
    Ningbo-Zhoushan 3 2 26.4 1120
    Shenzhen 4 3 25.8 194.9
    Guangzhou 5 4 23.2 600
    Qingdao 7 5 21.0 600
    Hong Kong 8 6 18.3 258.5
    Tianjin 9 7 15.97 428.7
    Xiamen 14 8 10.7 218
    Dalian 9.77 455

    ** All data is for 2019.

    7. Who Are The Major Container Ship Operators? 

    Around 80 thousand vessels are operating as container ships around the world. Due to slowing export orders and manufacturing the sea freight shipping has increased all over the world since 2019.

    The covid pandemic from 2020 has impacted all the operators, but major containers have still been shipping many goods worldwide.

    Largest Shipping Companies in 2020 (According To TEU Capacity )

    Position Name Of The Shipping Operator TEU Capacity in Millions
    1 P. Moller–Maersk 4.1
    2 Mediterranean Shipping Company 3.8
    3 COSCO Shipping Lines 3.1
    4 CMA CGM Group 2.7
    5 Hapag-Lloyd 1.7
    6 Ocean Network Express 1.5
    7 Evergreen Line 1.2
    8 Orient Overseas Container Line 0.73
    9 HMM 0.72
    10 Yang Ming 0.62

    8. How Long Does Sea Freight Take from China? 

    Sea freight is a slow way of shipping goods from China. It is challenging to say the exact time of sea freight shipping.

    Typically it takes 4 to 6 weeks to ship from China to Europe. For the United States, it takes 2-5 weeks. For Asian countries, sea freight from China takes 2-4 weeks. If you are shipping from African countries, you have to wait more because that can take 4-10 weeks.

    Another important thing you have to consider is sea freight transit times. The sea freight transit times are the time between the ships starting their journey from the departure port and arriving at the destination port.

    It is tough to estimate the sea freight transit times as they depend on the practical situation of the ports your sea freight will tackle. Here is the list of estimated sea freight transit times for various countries:

    Country Sea Freight Transit Times (Days)
    USA & Canada (West) 20
    USA & Canada (East) 30
    Northern Europe 30
    Western Europe 25
    Southern Europe 27
    India 15
    Australia 15
    Western Africa 40
    Eastern Africa 30
    Southeast Asia 9
    Japan 3
    West South America 45
    East South America 30

    ** 5-10 days difference is average in sea freight transit times

    Below table is the sea freight transit times based on the carriers:

    Carriers Sea Freight Transit Times (Days)
    EMC  33
    YML  31
    KLINE  31
    UASC  28
    CSAV  37
    HPL  32
    CMA  30
    WanHai  34
    NYK  32
    COSCO  31
    CSCL  31
    MSC  38
    ANL  30

    ** 5-10 days difference is average in sea freight transit times.

    9. How To Track And Trace Sea Freight? 

    We know sea freight tracking is very much important to you. Sometimes your shipment arrives later than the scheduled time. Many factors can be responsible for that.

    The port congestion, lousy weather and many factors can delay your sea freight shipping.

    By cargo tracking, you will know the estimated time of arrival (ETA) of your shipment. Then you can prepare for yourself and others that are involved in the shipment process.

    On the other hand, container tracking tells you the location of your shipment, and you can prepare accordingly.

    Before you opt for sea freight tracking, you have to know which shipping line is bringing your goods. You have to know the booking number, container number, and document number. Typically any one of those numbers is good enough for your sea freight tracking.

    Where can you find those numbers? Well, check your bill of lading for all the information. You will see the booking number at the top right corner, and the container number is usually under the “Marks and Nos” item.

    From our experience, we would tell you to use the container number. The container number has a 3-letter owner code, one code for the product group, and 6 digits for serial number. For example, see the below image for sea freight tracking:

    10. Air freight Vs Sea Freight: What Is The Difference? 

    You can ship any amount of goods by air freight but for a large number of goods, the cost will be too high for any trade. Typically if the weight of your goods is between 1 to 500 kg air freight can be an available option. You can even transport 1,000 kg or more by air freight if you have urgency. But in that case, LCL is always a better option if you can afford the ‘time’.

    Air freight is expensive and much more volatile than sea freight. After the Covid-19 pandemic, air freight costs increased significantly as most air cargo is busy transporting medical equipment.

    So, in the current situation, our advice for the comparison of  Air freight Vs Sea freight will be ‘Sea Freight.’

    11. What Papers Will You Need For Sea Freight?

    When you are shipping by sea from China, you would need the following documents:

    Commercial Invoice

    A commercial invoice is the bill of your goods that the buyer gives to the seller. The Customs Department will determine your good’s value and assign vat and taxes from this invoice.

    A commercial invoice should come with all the details that the customs department of your country demands. You must have additional copies of your commercial invoice so that you can provide them when required.

    Note: Some countries ask for consular invoices that describe every necessary information about the shipment. Commercial and consular invoices both are the same but the difference is the consular officials certify a consular invoice.

     Packing List

    A packaging list provides detailed information on each package. The packaging list separates the materials in each package and provides information on those materials. It also informs the measurement and weight of every package in both international unit systems.

    The freight forwarder determines the total weight and makes the decision about the best suitable cargo for the shipment based on the packaging list.

    The customs department also uses the packaging list for necessary information.

    Certificates of Origin

    Some countries ask for a certificate of origin. This is a signed document that describes the original export location of your shipment. Typically Chambers of Commerce like semi-official organizations issue this certificate of origin. Though the commercial invoice already has that information you will still need a certificate of origin for some countries.

    NOTE: You have to provide a NAFTA certificate of origin If you are trading to a country with the NAFTA agreement. The NAFTA countries are the USA, Canada, and Mexico.

    Shipper’s Letter of Instruction

    This is a set of instructions that the seller sends to the freight forwarder about how to handle the goods. With this SLI or shipper’s letter of instruction, the exporter authorizes the freight forwarder to ship his/her goods.

    The customs department demands this letter to confirm the authorization of the freight forwarder over your shipment.

    Bills of Lading

    It is the official contract between the owner of the shipment and the carrier. A bill of lading provides detailed information on the quantity, type, and destination of your goods. There are two types of bill of lading: negotiable and non-negotiable.

    You can purchase or trade a negotiable bill of lading while your goods are in transit but you can not purchase a non-negotiable bill of lading. The bills of lading must be signed by the authorized carrier, receiver, and shipper.

    How Can Winsky Freight Help You?

    Located in the Heart of The Biggest Markets In China

    Our main office is in Shenzhen and we have branch offices in Guangzhou, Shanghai, Yiwu, Ningbo, and Xiamen. We have strong existence and connections in the largest markets in China allows us to provide a high-quality shipping service between you and the country of your choice.

    Dedicated Team

    We have a dedicated team for every section of the whole shipping process. Our expert and dedicated team members constantly take reports of your shipment and send them to you. So, you will never feel uncertain about your sea freight while shipping with Winsky freight.

    We assign an individual to take care of your shipment from the beginning to the end. That person takes all the responsibility and collects all necessary information on your shipment.

    We also have an advisor team to answer any question that comes to your mind. If you have any doubt or confusion feel free to ask us and our advisor team will talk to you and provide the best possible option you can have.

    Competitive Price

    We just don’t care for your shipment, we also care for your money. We understand the value of your investment and try to minimize the cost in every sector of the whole shipping process. We have contracts with every large sea shipping company and can provide you the best sea freight shipping rate from China.

    Automation

    In today’s world, it is impossible to maintain a smooth shipping service without automation. We have developed a robust system to provide our customers a complete paperless solution. You can order us online and track the status of your shipment without contacting us.

    One-Stop Transportation Service

    With winsky freight you will get a one-stop transportation service that includes, delivering the cargo to the port via truck, warehousing, booking, customs clearance, insurance, and inspection.

    Experience

    When it comes to international shipping experience is one of the most important factors you should consider. We have been in the international shipping industry for more than 14 years and transporting goods all over the world. With our vast experience, we handle your goods with utmost care and deliver them smoothly.

    Wide Network

    A freight forwarder is as strong as its network is. We have a wide network all over the world. With our connections with every large shipping carrier, warehouse company, and even local trucking companies we can offer a cheap rate and promise that you are never in short of space in a sea vessel when shipping with Winsky Freight.

    Do you have anything to ship from/to China to your country? Do you want to know more about sea freight? Don’t hesitate, Just send us a message and our sea freight advisors team will communicate with you at the earliest possible time. Let’s ship together.

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