Small businesses and individual customers may not typically consider sea freight as a viable option, as it tends to be associated with larger companies exporting high volumes of commercial cargo. But sea freight services can also be a great option for transporting personal effects.
With our LCL (part container load) service, you don’t need to have enough cargo to fill a whole container in order to get a beneficial shipping rate. But if you do, we also offer FCL (full container load) shipments.
Sea freight specialists since 1993
Zebra Freight has been trading for over 20 years. We’ve established a reputation for freight forwarding expertise, great value-for-money services, and exceptional customer care.
• Port-to-port LCL and FCL sea freight services to over 500 international ports.
• Free price comparison for a variety of routes and vessels.
• An easy-to-use booking system – with prices inclusive of all associated charges up to the destination point.
• An optional collection service from an address of your choice.
• Support with shipping documentation. Our customer care team will assist you for the duration of your shipment and beyond.
Your low-cost shipping solution
Sea freight is the most economical way of sending large volumes of goods internationally. If your delivery is not particularly time-sensitive, then we would recommend sea freight as a viable alternative to air freight or door-to-door courier services.
To get the most out of sea freight services:
• Plan ahead: Sea freight times are much longer than air freight times, so it’s a good idea to make a booking well in advance of your desired delivery date. Our specialist freight team will be able to give you estimated transit times depending on the vessel and routing. Call +27 11 070 8007 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
• Think big: As a rule of thumb, greater volumes almost always mean cheaper delivery prices when shipping goods internationally. This is especially true for sea freight.
• Protect your goods in transit: It’s important to package your goods correctly to minimise the risk of damage during transit.