What is a shipping company?
Shipping companies are often shipping agencies and chartering companies, not really ship owners, but at best brokers. Shipping companies are generally referred to as owners, large ship owners.
What does the shipping company mainly do?
Shipping companies mainly do international cargo transportation, which means that your goods are transported from a port in a certain country to a port in another country by sea. When exporting, you need to provide a list of goods, the consignee, and then the shipping company based on this information to issue a bill of lading. The bill of lading is then used by the customer at the port of destination to collect the goods. Malaysia is a significant country in shipping owing to the geographic location of the Malacca Strait who provides the best shipping company in Kemaman.
The word ‘shipping’ is a position that is a cross between international trade documentation and logistics management. In other words, if you want to do a good job in shipping, you must at least know about international trade and logistics management.
What are the main responsibilities of the shipping company’s business?
- To work on the company’s contract vessels and ensure the safety and successful completion of the
- Everyday mail contact and visit onboard, develop business
- Responsible for negotiating with the operating vessels and pay cash
- Maintain good relationship with the operating personnel
- Maintain good relationship with colleagues, between the branches, to put it bluntly, it is to run customers
What is the scope of business of a shipping company?
- It undertakes the international transport agency business of import and export cargo by sea, land and air, international exhibits, personal effects and transit cargo, including soliciting, consignment, booking, storage, transit, freight settlement, customs clearance, inspection and insurance services.
- In addition, Shipping companies are port ship service enterprises, mainly providing services for shipping companies, ship owners and ports. Such as customs and port joint inspection procedures for ships, dispatching tugs for pilotage, inspection and maintenance, cleaning or washing of ships’ cabins, fumigation and disinfection, handover procedures for ships in port, fuel supply for ships, provision of freshwater, materials for ships and crew, food and other materials, etc.
- Shipping companies generally provide a range of services in ports for ships and shipping companies and shipping companies to facilitate the entry and exit of ships, fumigation and disinfection, tug pilotage, inspection and maintenance, fuel and food replenishment, etc. Shipping companies, on the other hand, mainly just operate a lot of ships running transport, including near-sea transport, ocean shipping, etc.