NVOCC

"NVOCC (Non-Vessel Operating Common Carriers)" a term commonly used to denote sea freight forwarding services without operating their own vessels. B WORLD Shipping provides services to importers and exporters worldwide and also support them in total logistic solutions.
We, as an NVOCC, sign contracts with Shipping Lines to guarantee the shipment of a certain number of units each year. In return, the Shipping Line offers favorable service with best ocean freight rates to the NVOCC.
Commonly referred to as the provision of sea freight forwarding; without operating ones' own vessel. B WORLD Shipping functions as an international freight forwarder with worldwide network, serving all types of logistics requirements by representing reputable logistics operators worldwide offering competitive and cost-efficient solutions.
You can completely trust our NVOCC services tailored to specific requirements on timing, cargo size, and equipment. We are not limited to traditional NVOCC Services by offering a lot of value-added services based on the foundation of advanced supply chain management systems. Customers not only use customs clearance and trucking service but also performance monitoring of carriers/service providers, management reports, exception management.
With leading-edge information technology in shipping and logistics industry, we provide end-to-end visibility along the entire supply chain with automated real time information. You easily know your cargo status, cost, business pattern, exceptions; and hence control and improve your supply chain.


B WORLD Shipping Provide Two Types of containers :

  • 20 ft dry shipping container
  • 40 ft dry shipping container

Functions Of NVOCC

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  • Booking cargo.
  • Organizing cargo activities.
  • Negotiating freight rates with its partner shipping companies.
  • Consulting on transport and logistics plans.
  • Preparing relevant shipping documents.
  • Organizing shipments, thus ensuring that container shipping quotas are met.
  • Booking port berths.
  • Issuing bills of landing.
  • Paying port to port transportation fees.
  • Collecting freight and handing services fees.