Veslam Shipping and Manning knows very well the capabilities of individual container lines in order to provide customers with a solution that is best for him.
For example, a customer looking short transit time and is therefore willing to pay more freight or seeking the most economical solution, regardless of the delivery time or wishes container passes through Constanta and Thessaloniki. In each of these cases Veslam Shipping can offer services for processing. We are able to provide you with alternatives, so make your conscious choice.
More than 22 years, Veslam Shipping offers a service for container transport. With a large selection of subcontractors, we can transport all types of containers with different weights. We are close to the main sea port of Varna West. Delivery door to door and great-value, personalized service is our priority.
In conjunction with our international service and our logistic solutions we can deliver your containers quickly to anywhere in the world.
We can offer sea freight LCL (Less Than Container Load) services to all major global destinations using both regular shipping services as well as specialist groupage services.As specialists, Veslam Shipping and Manning LTD handle shipping to and from all parts of the world. Our sea freight import and export department caters for Full Container Load (FCL) and Less than a Container Load (LCL).
LCL is the perfect choice for shipment measuring less than 15 cubic meters.For shipments that need to travel via a sea freight service but are not large enough to justify a full container load this is the ideal mode of transport. With regular sailings to and from all major ports worldwide, this mode is both a safe, reliable and secure means of moving your shipments.
The father of containerization is believed Malcolm McLean (1914-2001, who had to tackle shipping, was the owner of the transport company. In 1937 while waiting with his truck full of bales of cotton, for his turn to load a ship bale by bale, suddenly to him came idea for containerization, which later would change forever commercial shipping. Realization was reached in April 1956 when the converted tanker “Idel X” transported 58 containers from Newark to Houston. A year later, on 4 October 1957 from New York sailed the first container “Gateway City” to Houston, Miami and Tampa.