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By being one of the most common ways to deliver goods internationally, ocean freight shipping has also become one of the cheapest ways to move products from continent to continent. Unlike air freight, it is well suited for large amounts of goods without breaking the bank. For that reason, your goods will arrive at your destination in the span of a few days to a few weeks, depending on your final destination. If you want to see the different types of services, you can scroll down a bit further.

There are also some fees involved that you will need to consider such as original port and shipping line fees, customs fees, and destination port fees. By using our services, we will be able to expedite the process of paying for most of those fees and have them included in your freight quote. Everything will be based on the type of container selected, the time frame selected, and of course the type of cargo being imported into the destination port.

Evrasia’s ocean freight solutions offer a variety of services in order to meet your personal or business needs. We offer transportation overseas for a full container load (FCL), less than a container load (LCL), project cargo, and Ro-Ro. Our services are both cost-effective, and allow you to save money at the same time. The trustworthy shipping networks that we utilize, ensure that your ocean freight shipments will always reach your customers in a timely manner. Further down, you can find more detailed information on each type of ocean freight service.




Using ocean freight to move cargo internationally has become an integral part of most small and large businesses today. With over 90% of goods worldwide being moved around through the shipping industry every year, it is the most popular way to transfer large and small cargo from point A to B. Below, are some of the biggest benefits of choosing ocean freight

Cost – For small and large businesses that ship LCLs and FCLs, anything over 200 to 300kgs in weight is very often shipped through LCL or FCL. Container shipments seem to have a different scale of how the cost per shipment is calculated, unlike an airplane. With air freight, your shipment is calculated by the volumetric and chargeable weight; with containers, the more space and shipments you have, the more you will save as a business.

Large and Bulky Cargo – An advantage of ocean freight shipping is the companies’ ability to handle unusually large freight. Such freight may include construction equipment or materials, giant vehicles, and a lot of large scales machine parts. Transporting large parts over the road with ground transportation can sometimes be a big hassle, but is usually a breeze for ocean freight.

Variety of Cargo – With air cargo, there are liquids and corrosive materials that cannot or are very expensive to be shipped aboard a plane. Unlike them, ships can carry many dangerous liquids as well as goods because of the way they are designed




Almost all things in your household today are shipped by containers through international shipping vessels. From toys and cars to electronics, Evrasia can help connect you with the right ocean freight shipping option for you.

If you are shuffling construction machines, trucks and boats around the globe, our cost-effective RORO services are the right option for you.

For fresh produce and meats, there are refrigerated containers that ensure your products will arrive fresh to your final destination.

Whatever your personal need is, our freight forwarding services will make sure that you are matched with the best ocean liners, and top of the line service for loading and loading your cargo, and keeping it safe throughout its long journey.

Do not hesitate to call us if you have any more questions about your ocean freight shipment at +1 514 432 8901.


You can see some of our popular shipping services below, and track your personal shipment through the use of OCEAN FREIGHT TRACKING.


Full Container Load


Our FCL services include all types of 20’, 40’ and 45’ Side Door, Reefers, Open Tops, and Flat Racks.

  • Sometimes more cost-effective than LCL
  • Faster loading/unloading
  • Door-to-Port, Door-to-Door Services
  • Less risk of damage
  • Usually flat rate pricing per container

Less than Container


Ideal for shipping less than 5-6 pallets. More often used for shipments little bit big and expensive by air but small and not economical enough for FCL.

  • Cost efficient for small-scale shipments
  • Easier to door delivery to point situated far from the seaports
  • Instant consolidations and weekly departures
  • Much slower inspection times
  • Longer transit times

Roll-on Roll-off


Evrasia offers reliable and tailored Ro-Ro and Project Cargo between Canada and the biggest ports in the world.

  • Ship your car for LESS
  • Fast preparation of cargo
  • Heavy equipment shipments
  • Non-standard industrial parts compatible
  • Reliable, LOWER risk of damage



Appropriated rigid packaging material which doesn’t increase the weight and/or volume while keeping the product safe

Below is a list of some of the common types of containers that we offer with our services, and you can check out some the others available HERE:

■ 20’ 40’, 45’ dry containers
■ Open-Tops
■ Flat rack
■ Open side
■ Double doors
■ Refrigerated
■ Isolated
■ Car Carriers

You must know the Bill of Lading or the container number and go on the site of the carrier. Here below you can find links to sites of more often used carriers. You can use the following website to track your container. OCEAN FREIGHT TRACKING

For all kinds of dangerous goods, you will be required to provide a UN number, Class, Packing group and MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet). The manufacturer or the reseller must provide you with this information.

There is no default insurance provided for ocean freight shipments.

Yes, you can ask us for an offer. We are able to offer “total loss” and “all risks” insurance. Usually “all risk” policies involve a deductible, but after that, the insurer covers everything. “Total loss” covers only total loss of goods