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Our strategy is to develop and maintain a wide local and international network that enables us to both anticipate and meet clients’ requirements thereby saving them valuable time to concentrate on their core businesses and also avoid unnecessary costs.

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15 Years Of Undefeated Success

We have a dedicated documentation team headed by our Operations Director with over 15years experience in logistics documentation spanning all industries and cargo types. The team’s experience will be put to bear on Customer’s logistics needs

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Years of experience with pride

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Active shipments to all parts of the world

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Partners and Affiliates worldwide

Oman Gold Coast Security and Shipping understands that knowledge and understanding of documentation of import/export of telecommunications equipment are important. As such we take time to abreast ourselves of HS codes and duty regimes for all telecommunications equipment. We proactively liaise with the customer to abreast ourselves of frequently imported cargo to ensure error-free document and correct Import Duty, VAT, Import Excise and others applied.

Sustainability

Committed To Keeping shipments sucure

Our P&I team of experienced, dedicated claims handlers with considerable legal and technical expertise are on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week, all year round, to attend to incidents promptly and proactively.

We Follow Best Practices

We have a broad range of Ocean Freight products covering different equipment types and consolidation services

Availability

Provided worldwide services from two regional offices

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Frequently Asked Questions

It is not possible to change B/L number on a switch B/L
this number correspond to freight and cargo manifest only shipper, consignee, notify and port of discharge are allowed for amendment
before issue switch B/L, full set 3/3 should be seetle to ship owner office
before print new OB/Ls

Cargo Dues – abbreviated to read CD – (also known as Wharfage in some countries) is a fee levied by TNPA (Transnet Port Authority) to the users (exporters, importers or shipping lines) for using the port facilities for movement of the cargo through it.. This fee is generally fixed and published in a tariff by TNPA for a year (April to March) and whatever tariff is ruling at the time of the shipment will apply..

It is the responsibility of the Shipping lines to ensure that the CD is paid by their client to the port failing which the line will be liable for the same..

Tonnage Dues : This is a charge paid by the vessel operator to a port for the usage of the port.. This is usually calculated on the net registered tonnage of the ship as per the tonnage certificate issued for that ship.. This is generally charged by the port to maintain their infrastructure and entry channels and facilities used thereof like buoys, moorings..

Port Dues : This is a charge levied by the port to all ships entering the port till the time it leaves the port.. This is generally calculated on the gross registered tonnage of the ship as per the tonnage certificate issued for that ship.. Each port has its own methodology of charging such port dues

Commodity maybe defined as a raw material or product that is traded, such as ores, grain, coffee etc..

Commodity becomes Cargo when it enters the transportation realm.. Cargo is what is transported..

There are several terms associated with Commodity and Cargo..

You may have heard the term “Commodity Trading”, never “Cargo Trading”.. Commodity is what is being bought and sold.. How and when commodity becomes cargo will be decided after the trade.