OCEAN FREIGHT SERVICES
Fioravanti’s organizational structure is based on the integration of various freight and logistic areas which in turn ensures a complete NVOCC service (Non Vessel Operating Common Carrier).
The right combination of express inland trucking, ample warehouse storage, precision oriented customs services and proven supply chain strategies allows us to develop and offer advanced logistic solutions all the while providing significant cost and time savings for our Clients.
Full Container Load (FCL)
In collaboration with first-class carriers, Fioravanti provides full-container-load (FCL) service with competitive pricing and combined full port/geographic coverage with the highest possible departure frequency to our Clients.
Together with its integrated inland logistics, we ensure timely delivery requested by our Clients.
Less Container Load (LCL)
Fioravanti offers regular scheduled service for the transportation of ocean freight to Clients that require a less-than-container-load (LCL) shipping.
Through its global agent network Fioravanti regularly handles import-export consolidation services.
Non-Containerized Load (NCL)
Fioravanti also offers this special service for oversized load or those unsuitable for container loading.
Heavy equipments and machineries will reach their destination safely and securely, anywhere in the world.
Thanks to our long-standing cooperation with a market leading insurance company, Fioravanti provides cargo insurance designed to reduce premiums and the costs associated with claims and recoveries.
By insuring through Fioravanti, our Clients improve their efficiency by further integrating services provided by a sole logistics supplier.
Convenzione SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea)
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) developed and adopted a number of requirements to ensure the safe carriage of containers and has also developed specific
guidance for packing and securing of containers. On 1 July 2016, requirements to verify the gross mass of a packed container entered into force under the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS).
The verified gross mass is a condition for loading a packed container onto a ship. A packed container, for which the verified gross mass has not been obtained sufficiently in advance to be used in the ship stowage plan, will be denied loading onto a ship to which the SOLASregulations apply.
As per the regulation, the VGM information has to be provided by the Shipper named on Bill of Lading.
Fioravanti will fully support you in this process by submitting the information to the carriers in a timely manner and monitoring the processing of the VGM in order to avoid any delays.