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Arranging Import and Export shipments to and from various port of the world.

FCL/LCL Definition. FCL = Full Container Load. LCL = Less than Container Load, aka Groupage or Consolidation. They are two of common shipping terms used in the international logistics industry for export and import ocean freight cargo. LCL means you share space with others, also share cost.


If an exporter has goods to accommodate in one full container load, he books an FCl to stuff his cargo. In an FCL cargo, the complete goods in the said container owns by one shipper. In an FCL owned by one shipper, the cargo in the container need not have fully loaded cargo in the container. Let the cargo be half loaded or quarter loaded container, if booked by one shipper under one shipment, the said shipment is called FCL shipment.

Under an LCL cargo, where in a shipper does not have enough goods to accommodate in one full container, he books cargo with a consolidator to console his goods along with goods of other shippers. This type of shipment is called LCL shipment. The said consolidator arranges a fully loaded container (FCL), and consoles the shipments of other shippers and deliver each shipment to final destination by separating each shipment at final destination.

OOG Cargo

Handling OOG cargo through special containers like Flat Racks, Open Tops etc, also arranging Break-Bulk shipments to any destinations.

Global Shipping Services provides OOG or Out of Gauge shipping for companies that need to get oversized or abnormally sized products or equipment from point A to point B. OOG is cargo that exceeds the dimensions of a shipping container by length, width, height or all of the above.


We’re experts when it comes to shipping in containers. However, we’re aware that occasionally your cargo may not fit into a standard container. This is why we offer the expertise and equipment to handle your out of gauge cargo.

We consider cargo to be out of gauge if it exceeds standard dimensions. It may still fit inside a standard container, but it may be so large or heavy that special equipment is needed to handle the size and weight

Through several decades of experience, we have developed strong expertise within this segment. We can offer a large fleet of flat rack and open top containers along with specialists around the world to provide you with a first-class out of gauge service wherever and whenever you need it.

Project Cargo

We have an expertise in all of these areas and can provide you with the best choice for special requirements.


“Project cargo” is a term used to broadly describe the national or international transportation of large, heavy, high value, or complex pieces of equipment. The materials can be sourced globally, or from one individual location. The oil and gas, wind power, mining, engineering, and construction industries are heavily involved in this level of transportation. Project cargo requires a detailed engineering process in order to stay within the projected budget, and be completed on time.

It can consist of multiple or single shipments, and can both cover a wide range of freight volume and cargo value. It can mean single or multiple pieces of equipment being transported from point A to point B, or various destinations over a period of time. It can move by land, sea, or air, and can involve trucks, rail, cranes, ships, barges and/or planes.

Project cargo is all about attention to detail. Pre-planning is the crucial step that leads to efficient operations. Maintaining efficiency in such complex cargo operations eliminate risks and reduce costs.

Cross Trade

Arranging Cross Trade Movements through our own and worldwide agents networks.

A cross trade is a practice where buy and sell orders for the same asset are offset without recording the trade on the exchange. It is an activity that is not permitted on most major exchanges.


Instead of a long-haul driver back tracking when making local deliveries, an over-the-road truck unloads, re-shuffles or re-organizes the load at a local warehouse maximizing driver productivity.

Instead of cargo being delivered to a warehouse, an inbound truck unloads goods, and transfers them to an outbound truck. Simply put, goods are transferred from one form of transportation to another in a docking terminal, skipping their costly warehouse stay. Thus the name "cross docking", as cargo is transfered "across" the "docking" terminal. Operations may utilize staging areas for inbound materials, typically spending between an hour to less than 24 hours at a facility. Thus inventory holding is minimized.

Ro Ro

Roll on/Roll off transport from most major ports around the world.

Roll-on/roll-off ships are vessels designed to carry wheeled cargo, such as cars, trucks, semi-trailer trucks, trailers, and railroad cars, that are driven on and off the ship on their own wheels or using a platform vehicle, such as a self-propelled modular transporter