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Ocean Freight


Are you at sea with your larger or heavier freights? DSL Logistics’ ocean freight sails your shipment at ease with cost effectiveness.

We have connections with all major steam ship lines and we offer service to any major international port with smooth and effective routes. No shipment is too heavy and our expertise and our network will save you time and money.

No matter what large item (or number of smaller items) you are shipping, ocean freight is your best bet. We can supply you with LCL (less than container load) or a 20′ or 40′ FCL (full container load), we can help you with everything from coordinating to packing and crating. Our knowledge and understanding of the industry will take the guess work out of the equation and ensure your goods arrive in tact.

DSL Logistics provide high-quality customer service including immediate, competitive rates, detailed booking information and accurate documentation.

Services We Provide on Ocean
Full Container Load (FCL)

FCL is a standard container (20 or 40 ft in length) that is loaded under the account of one shipper and one consignee. FCL shipments attract lower freight rates due to the overall volume and scheduled shipping lanes.

Less Than Container Load (LCL)

LCL is a shipment that is not large enough to fill one standard container, yet still large enough to utilize a partial container. LCL shipments typically have different shippers and consignees sharing one container and is a cost-effective way to consolidate cargo going to the same port or final destination.


Reefer (Refrigerated) refers to temperature-controlled containers. It is most common that Reefer shipments are managed as FCLs of either perishables or heat sensitive goods.

Roll On / Roll Off (RORO)

RORO ships are vessels designed to carry wheeled cargo such as automobiles, semi-trailer trucks, trailers or railroad cars that are driven on and off the ship on their own power. RORO ships have built-in ramps which allow the cargo to efficiently be “rolled” on and off when the vessel is in port.