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Shipping to Oman

Land transportation is at the core of our logistics services, which are designed to meet the needs of our clients’ supply chain across many industries. We provide our customers with the ability to reach from Dubai to the major cities in Lebanon through an efficient, safe and timely delivery service.
BBC Cargo Services provide all door to door cargo services for all Lebanon cities as BeirutTripoliSidonTyreJouniehByblosAleyNabatiehBaalbekZahleZgharta-EhdenBatroun.

Air Cargo Services

Air Cargo

BBC Cargo air cargo services have a well established and deserved reputation for your import and export shipping needs.

Car Shipping from Dubai to Iraq

Shipping Companies in Dubai

In trying to raise and expand your company, it’s also wise to be ensured about the Cargo Services you use for sending the materials out of the nation. If you know somebody who’s receiving the decent services, always do it.

Seller Booster is all about best customer assistance, enabling you to increase your e-commerce shop performance at reasonable costs by Shipping Companies in Dubai. Our moving service is about making your life simpler. Though, if you’d like trustworthy finest moving services together with affordable and reasonable pricing.

Cargo Services

The cargo company needs to be reputable. Yes, it’s so if and only if you’re lucky to wind up choosing a perfect company with the right guidance. When you are aware that the shipping organizations are featured on a trustworthy online resource, there might be little else that you’d have to check.

An individual should inquire about the delivery company such as First Mile the goods they transport. Make sure you’re choosing a trusted delivery Cargo Service company. These days, you will discover numerous ocean freight shipping companies that provide varied kinds of services.

International Shipping Companies

Some businesses will even supply you with catalogs you may send out to people or place at other strategic spots to have ordered. In addition, there are companies around who operate scams, and among the things which you should know is that you shouldn’t search for International Shipping Companies based on price alone because that way you can get into trouble. You are going to want to locate a business that provides quality products and also allows their vendors a great profit margin.

For that reason, it’s essential that such companies need to try to finalize on the very best drop ship company. Smart Living Company might be a fantastic choice to use as your dropship support.

With the rapid growth in technology and affordable internet prices, drop-shipping businesses have flooded the industry, which makes it even more challenging to discover the very best supplier for your e-commerce shop. Take time for research so that you can seek the services of the ideal ocean freight shipping company.

Shipping from Dubai to Iraq

Door to Door Cargo

Door to Door Cargo Services in Dubai

Our BBC Cargo Company are providing Door to Door cargo Services from Dubai to all around the World A logistics company determines the security of the goods that you deal in and in the event the goods are safe, you can be ensured of earning greater profits in the duration of your work.

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Logistics companies make certain you hold all the required permits and bonds to ship internationally. Companies which rely on logistics transportation for their enterprise, need to contemplate a few important elements to decrease their expenses. When transporting any huge shipment overseas, it’s important to employ a third-party transportation provider that you can trust.

Besides the shipping solutions, many companies also provide logistic services to customers using their cargo services. They have LinkedIn pages and many will show the executives that work there, making it easier to find the decision maker. There are several prospective companies listed here, it merely requires a little digging.

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Food Shipping from UAE

Shipping Frozen Food from Dubai, UAE:

In this three-part series around shipping frozen food Shipping, we will cover the inputs and outputs and best practices one must consider when BBC shipping was frozen food in order to stay compliant with the FDA’s Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).

In this post, we will cover the temperatures best practices from origination to destination, sanitary provisions, and traceability of food and technology around traceability. Please let us know in the comment section at the end, your thoughts and additions to the below when shipping frozen food. When it comes to frozen food, this is often referred to as the Cold Chain.

Food tractability when Shipping Frozen Food

  1. Produce (Food) Traceability Initiative (PTI) to enhance traceability throughout the Food Supply Chain.
  2. Solutions to marking cases and pallets to meet PTI requirements.
  3. Steps to achieve traceability: Labeling and coding solutions: Laser coding and printer applications.
  4. Includes a Global Trade Identification Number (GTIN) for traceability of food en route to the customer overseas.
  5. Many other food companies are part of this initiative.
  6. Each 3PL or Supplier who consolidates frozen food should have traceability software and labels available to meet the PTI.
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Shipping Frozen Food

The Ins, Outs, and Wherewithal In this three-part series around Shipping Frozen Food freight, we will cover the ins and outs and best practices one must consider when shipping frozen food in order to stay compliant with the FDA’s Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). In this post, we will cover the temperatures best practices from origination to destination, sanitary provisions, and traceability of food and technology around traceability. Please let us know in the comment section at the end, your thoughts and additions to the below when shipping frozen food. When it comes to frozen food, this is often referred to as the Cold Chain. A cold chain is a temperature-controlled supply chain, according to Wikipedia.

Temperatures for cold supply chain

The required temperature is the responsibility of the exporter depending on the type of frozen food. However, the customer may have temperature specifications as part of their purchase order/agreement.

Shipping Frozen Food General

All frozen food must be held at an air temperature of 0 degrees F; the internal product temperature should not exceed 10 degrees F. Vehicles should be pre-cooled to an air temperature of 20 degrees F, or lower before loading. Frozen food shipments will not be accepted for transportation when the internal product temperature exceeds 0 degrees. The most common temperature standards are “banana” (13 degrees C), “Chill” (2 degrees C) and “Frozen” (-18 degrees C) and “Deep Frozen” (-29 degrees C). Staying within these temperatures is vital to the integrity of a shipment along the cold supply chain and for perishables, it enables optimal shelf life. Any divergence can result in irrevocable and expensive damage (liability section).

The major cold chain technologies involve

Dry ice, gel packs, plates (filled with liquids and can be used many times), liquid nitrogen quilts (insulated pieces that are placed over and around the freight to act as a buffer in temperature variations and to maintain the temperature relatively constant and reefers (temperature-controlled container or truck). The “last mile”: A shipment going to its destination. Trucks and vans, the primary modes of transportation for this stage, must meet the specifications necessary to transfer the cold chain transportation for this stage. Also important is the final transfer of the shipment into the storage facilities, as there is potential for breach of temperature integrity. The forwarder advises the carrier of the ocean freight container the requested temperature setting at the time of booking the freight. Prior to loading, the shipping line (or trucker) will pre-trip the reefer container. The reefer person will turn on and set the container to the proper temperature setting required by the exporter so that when it shows up for loading on the ocean vessel it will be at the exact temperature. The shipping line has a meter that records the proper temperature during the duration of the trip. You receive a readout from this meter with constant temperature graphs. Carriers offer “protected” services at the port. For a fee, the container yard /port/terminal will send a person out to check the fuel level of the reefer container and its functionality just to ensure nothing is wrong.

Sanitary Provisions when Shipping Frozen Food

All internal surfaces of vehicles and devices used for transporting frozen food shall be clean and free of objectionable odors before being loading with frozen food.shipping frozen food freight

Combination RFID and TRACEABILITY when Shipping Frozen Food

  1. There is technology available to combine an RFID tag for Identification/traceability and temperature control.
  2. The RFID with a temperature indicator tag is a microchip combined with an antenna in a compact package.
  3. The packing is structured to allow the RFID tag to be attached to an object to be tracked. It also incorporates memory, a battery, and a clock to record sensor data in memory in constant intervals.
  4. The 3PL and/or the Supplier may have this technology available.
  5. 3PLs are combining GPS and temp tags.

The next part of this series about shipping frozen food freight, we will cover Quality Specifications and export documentation. Remember, if you have any thoughts, please let us know below!

Temperatures for cold supply chain:

  • The required temperature is the responsibility of the exporter depending on the type of frozen food.  However, the customer may have temperature specifications as part of their purchase order/agreement.
  • Shipping Frozen Food General:  All frozen food must be held at an air temperature of 0 degrees F; the internal product temperature should not exceed 10 degrees F.
  • Vehicles should be pre-cooled to an air temperature of 20 degrees F, or lower before loading. Frozen food shipments will not be accepted for transportation when the internal product temperature exceeds 0 degrees.
  • The most common temperature standards are “banana” (13 degrees C), “Chill” (2 degrees C) and “Frozen” (-18 degrees C) and “Deep Frozen” (-29 degrees C). Staying within these temperatures is vital to the integrity of a shipment along the cold supply chain and for perishables, it enables optimal shelf life. Any divergence can result in irrevocable and expensive damage (liability section).
  • The major cold chain technologies involve: dry ice, gel packs, plates (filled with liquids and can be used many times), liquid nitrogen quilts (insulated pieces that are placed over and around the freight to act as a buffer in temperature variations and to maintain the temperature relatively constant and reefers (temperature-controlled container or truck).
  • The “last mile”:  A shipment going to its destination. Trucks and vans, the primary modes of transportation for this stage, must meet the specifications necessary to transfer the cold chain transportation for this stage.  Also important is the final transfer of the shipment into the storage facilities, as there is potential for breach of temperature integrity.
  • The forwarder advises the carrier of the ocean freight container the requested temperature setting at the time of booking the freight.
  • Prior to loading, the shipping line (or trucker) will pre-trip the reefer container. The reefer person will turn on and set the container to the proper temperature setting required by the exporter so that when it shows up for loading on the ocean vessel it will be at the exact temperature.
  • The shipping line has a meter that records the proper temperature during the duration of the trip.
  • You receive a readout from this meter with constant temperature graphs.
  • Carriers offer “protected” services at the port.  For a fee, the container yard /port/terminal will send a person out to check the fuel level of the reefer container and its functionality just to ensure nothing is wrong.

Sanitary Provisions when Shipping Frozen Food

  • All internal surfaces of vehicles and devices used for transporting frozen food shall be clean and free of objectionable odors before being loading with frozen food.

Combination RFID and TRACEABILITY when Shipping Frozen Food

  • There is technology available to combine an RFID tag for Identification/traceability and temperature control.
  • The RFID with temperature indicator tag is a microchip combined with an antenna in a compact package.
  • The packing is structured to allow the RFID tag to be attached to an object to be tracked.  It also incorporates memory, a battery, and a clock to record sensor data in memory in constant intervals.
  • The 3PL and/or the Supplier may have this technology available.
  • 3PLs are combining GPS and temp tags.

In the next part of this series about shipping frozen food freight, we will cover Quality Specifications and export documentation. Remember, if you have any thoughts, please let us know below!

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