At Embrace Global Logistics complex Heavy Lift and Out of Gauge cargo handling has become an integral part of the services we offer.
With over 15 year’s experience in Project Forwarding we make light work of the most complex of shipping requirements. We specialise in the Oil & Gas industry and as with all our other service offerings we have the capabilities to handle cargo to and from the UK as well as cross trade.
We handle business throughout Europe, Far East, Africa, North & Latin America, Middle East, India Sub Continent and Australasia.
We have the knowledge and expertise to handle and ship material on break bulk vessels planning and organising the collection of material, obtaining any necessary permits and licenses for delivery to port. Reviewing technical drawings for the safe loading for its onward shipping to the destination or place of delivery.
The most common requirements from our clients is to provide options and cost effective shipping solutions to collect material loose, load to Flat Rack Container Equipment at quay whether that involves loading by forklift or by overhead crane. We ensure the material is safely loaded, lashed and secured working to the carriers specific loading requirements for safe onward delivery.
As well as general break bulk and special equipment containerisation our clients may require part charter or full charter vessel which we can source on behalf of our clients. It maybe that our client’s preference is to position the vessel at a terminal or private berth of their choice, they may have a considerable amount of tonnage or volume or simply because there are no services between the 2 points of interest. In which case we source a charter option and provide our clients with a price, possible laycan and importantly the terms of the offer.
Our client may require us to take care of the landside and vessel loading operations at the loading berth or even at both the loading and arrival berths and we would appoint a stevedores team to handle the load, lash and secure as well as unlashing, offloading and loading to the trucks for onward delivery.