Tuscor Lloyds provide full and part ship chartering for cargo when liner services are not available.
Tuscor Lloyds’ projects team works with an extensive network of fleet owners to find suitable vessels for charter whilst negotiating the best routes and prices for project requirements.
We only charter cargo vessels when logical and necessary, and where we believe the cargo requirements and budget will justify such an undertaking. Our project management staff will personally attend to the shipment port-side, both at origin and destination to ensure the cargo is loaded and received safely. They understand the importance of on-site presence to oversee the often delicate manoeuvres. These may involve the lifting and securing of valuable cargo on board full or part chartered vessels for long intercontinental voyages.
Heavy Lift Specialists
For special heavy cargoes Tuscor Lloyds call upon specialist heavy lift vessels to make loading / unloading simple and efficient. We operate in-line with Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers (ICS) practices. This means that our vessel chartering customers can have full confidence that their job is carried out to the highest international and professional standards. Most importantly our ship brokering team follows the ICS motto ‘Our Word, Our Bond’.
Ship Charter Service Features:
- Global contact list of ship brokers and owners
- Turn-key projects providing door to door services
- Fast turnaround of bookings, booking notes and charter parties
- Lloyds approved marine surveys
- Fully compliant and classified vessels for chartering
- Up to date advice on all requisite documentation and declarations
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Ship Chartering?
Ship Chartering is a service used when cargo is on a tight deadline or cannot be loaded onto standard container vessels.
What is Project Cargo Shipping?
Project cargoes are oversized and heavyweight cargoes the delivery of which involves planning an optimal route and providing special transportation conditions as well as acquiring all types of permits from state control agencies.
What is a Bill of Lading (BOL)?
A bill of lading (also known as BOL or B/L) is a document issued by a carrier to a shipper.
What is a Certificate of Origin?
A certificate of origin (also known as declaration of origin) is a document which certifies a shipments country of origin.