Saco Shipping: New LCL railway service ex China to Hamburg

The weekly railway departures are organised as a neutral service on the analogy of the LCL seafreight service

Saco Shipping: New LCL railway service ex China to Hamburg

Saco Shipping has launched with immediate effect a new LCL service by rail ex China to Hamburg. According to the company, the new service is up to 60 percent cheaper than air freight and up to 50 percent faster than ocean freight. Transit from Suzhou to Hamburg takes 16 days. LCL shipments from Shenyang take 19 days.

They offer a guaranteed weekly departure as a neutral service for forwarders with simplified operation and a high level of flexibility.

Pre-carriage is possible, GPS devices are available for high-value goods protection, as well as a door delivery service, including cross-border service. Moreover, an online cargo track and trace service is available.

Saco Shipping – with its headquarters in Hamburg and branches in several European countries, including Vienna – was founded in 1988 and counts among the pioneering independent groupage freight operators for import and export. As a neutral NVOCC service provider with a worldwide network of agents, the company unites countries and markets, by waterway, air and land transport.