Project Cargo & Ship Brokerage

Project Cargo

Project services encompass the transportation, handling and control of large pieces of cargo for which the demands are much greater than for single regular movements.

  • Monitor suppliers to defined criteria
  • Call forward order and reporting
  • Critical path mapping
  • Project status reporting
  • Multimodal combination
  • Inland navigation and heavy lift

Ship Brokerage

Working as a Ship Broker means that you will be involved in a financial service as part of the global shipping industry.  The main purpose of a Ship Broker is to act as specialist intermediaries/negotiators between ship owners and charters to arrange ocean transport of goods and commodities by sea, the employment of a vessel or to buy/sell ships on behalf of his client.

A career in Ship Brokerage is very interesting and highly competitive.  This job demands someone who is focused and able to closely monitor the market as increasingly, Ship Brokers are also providing their clients with market intelligence and advice.