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International Cargo Solution

International cargo solution Lebanon was established in Beirut on 7th July 2014 as a freight forwarder providing freight and customs brokerage services to customers engaged in the worldwide market.
Our team has an experience of more than 25 years in this domain, specialized in directing international air and sea freight forwarding services through our worldwide network.
We supply whole and effective service to international commerce optimizing costs and operative processes, without risking the service quality or the cargo security.

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    Affordable   Cost

    attaining goals for affordable prices to meet with clients needs and requests.


               Shipping            Options

    depending on many factors(weigh, commodity, destination…etc), we advise the best and the fastest option.


    Customer Services

    our team are well-exprienced by providing clients a complete shipping process.


    Customer Support

    24/7 customer service during and after all shipments to ensure a succesful support.

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    Frequently asked Questions

    Air cargo can transport a wide range of cargo, including perishable goods, automotive parts, pharmaceuticals, machinery, construction equipment, hazardous materials, live animals, and more. The versatility of air cargo allows for the transportation of diverse types of cargo based on the specific requirements of the client.

    An Original Bill of Lading is produced and provided to the shipper. The shipper will either send the Original Bill of Lading to the importer or usually hold it until payment has been made. Upon the shipper’s authorization to release goods, the Original Bill of Lading can be sent to the importer in which they can surrender it to the freight forwarding company to secure the release of the air freight or sea freight shipment.
    A Seaway Bill of Lading is a document of title used on a trust basis between the Shipper and Importer. This means no Original Bill of Lading is required and goods are automatically authorized for release at destination.
    In the case of a Telex Release Bill of Lading, an Original Bill of Lading is still issued to the shipper once cargo is on board. Once the shipper has decided to release their hold on the cargo, they will surrender the Original Bill of Lading back to the office of the shipping company that issued it rather than forward it on to the importer. The origin office for the shipping company will then electronically message their destination office to inform them that the Original Bill of Lading has been surrendered and to authorize release of the goods to the importer.

    FCL or Full Container Load is a standard set by the ISO (International Organization for Standardization) which refers to one 20 or 40ft container filled with cargo. A shipper uses up the space of the entire container.

    LCL or Less than Container Load refers to a shipment that doesn't fill one 20 or 40ft standard container. In the case of LCL, several shippers load their cargo into a single container. While LCL is the cheaper option for small shipments, it costs more money per unit of freight as compared to FCL.

    Demurrage charges
    Demurrage charges are levied by the shipping line to the importer when the importer fails to take delivery of a full container and move it out of the port premises for unpacking within the stipulated line free days.
    Detention charges
    Detention charges are levied by the shipping line to the importer when the importer takes a full container for unpacking and fails to return the empty container to the concerned empty depot before the permitted line free days expire.

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