Ocean Freight

Sea Freight Sea transport provides safe and wide scale cargo deliveries on long distances within

Who we are

Our strategic terminal locations and state-of-the-art technologies are important assets, but it is our people who make a true difference.

We continuously invest in the training and development of our employees. All over the world, our customers can count on the talent and commitment to the service of dedicated professionals.

Our global company is organized in divisions

All divisions work closely together to share their knowledge, expertise and best practices. This enables LLC- TERMINAL to respond rapidly and accurately to changing customer needs and market developments.

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Engineering industry

Engineering Industry LLC-TERMINAL. offers transport solutions for heavy-duty and lightweight consignments, and components from industrial complexes with professional handling. We ensure the...

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Consumer products

Consumer Products Whether you run a large or medium-sized company in the consumer products industry, our objective is to provide the precise...

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Company Responsibilities

Corporate Responsibility LLC-TERMINAL is committed to maintaining the highest standards of Health, Safety, & Quality Assurance, for our customers and employees, as...

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The products we store

  • As an independent service provider, we do not own the products that we store for our customers. Neither do we determine what types of products are in use. At the same time, we strive to be a responsible member of the communities in which we operate. We adhere to permits, national and international regulations as a minimum and commit to safe, clean and effective storage. We also explore ways to facilitate the introduction of more sustainable technologies, processes, and products.

Storage demand drivers

As the world population is growing and becoming more affluent, vital products like energy, chemicals, and food are in growing demand. Yet these products are not always locally available. We see a growing geographic imbalance between areas of production and areas of consumption of such products. This leads to the transportation of chemicals, oil and gases over long distances around the world and growing demand for storage and handling of bulk liquids and gases at key locations along global marine trade routes.