Our deep sea shipping and chartering services

Maritime transport of goods on intercontinental routes across oceans is called deep sea shipping. As opposed to container shipping, most types of cargo can be transported. Rhenus offers deep sea shipping services for worldwide trade connections.

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When to choose us for deep sea shipping

In addition to our main focus on short sea shipping, the Rhenus Group offers deep-sea chartering and transport services for worldwide trade lanes and markets. We are actively involved in the sector of spot chartering for dry bulk cargo, break bulk and project cargo with direct links to various ship owners. Our services also include brokerage and charter management.

Our options for your deep sea shipments

We offer voyage charter for shipments that fill an entire vessel. Our main cargo types are bulk and break bulk, but we can handle any type of cargo. For deep sea transport, we use our long-standing and close connections to reputed shipping companies to charter vessels and ensure your goods reach their destination on time – anywhere in the world.

For smaller deep sea shipments, we consolidate cargo from our clients into one vessel and ship them to your chosen destination. Consolidated freight also means cost savings for you.

Any questions?

Our experts are always there for you. If you wish, we will also call you back – keeping things convenient and straightforward.

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Benefits of choosing Rhenus deep sea services

  • With Rhenus offices and our strong network around the globe, we can support you with shipments to and from anywhere
  • As a result of our broad Rhenus expertise, we can offer you complete services along your supply chain and organise pick-up and final mile delivery for you

Assured quality for your global shipments

  • We maintain close and long-standing relationships with all major shipping companies as our reliable partners

Versatile services to meet your specific needs

  • We can handle any type of freight, from containers to bulk and break bulk, and from dangerous or liquid goods to heavy and oversized project cargo