Whether you need to import to Indonesia or export from Malaysia, Seaspace International has it covered. We have a raft of freight and logistics services available to make your shipping that bit easier; whether you’re looking to transport your goods by air or sea.
With years of experience at shipping to and from South East Asia, Seaspace International can be trusted with any freight shipment; from scheduled consolidations and single consignments to hazardous cargo. There’s a service to suit all budgets and timelines; our professional and expert team will work to find a solution just for you.
Our air freight services are ideal for those looking for a quick transfer; when your goods just have to be there as soon as possible. We have specialist knowledge of the best routes and airlines to make your shipment that bit easier and, thanks to our home close to the heart of both London Heathrow and Gatwick airports are perfectly situated to help with your air freight queries.
Perhaps you have more time to play with; in which case, our sea freight options might be more suitable and cost effective. With fantastic links to all major UK ports and a specialist team based in Felixstowe, Seaspace International are the perfect choice to help ship your goods from A to B by ocean. We offer both LCL (less than container load) and FCL (full container load) shipments, out-of-gauge loads and hazardous cargo options; we tick every box. For all your import and export needs, Seaspace International are just a phone call away.
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We’re here to help with all of your freight forwarding needs and enquiries to and from South East Asia; just call Seaspace International on 01294 554620 or email email@example.com.
About South East Asia
Home to Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines and more, South East Asia is known for its volcanic activity, jungle terrain and beautiful, white sandy islands that make it hugely popular with travellers and island-hoppers alike. The region boasts many wonderful sights and natural highlights including Po Nagar Cham Towers and the Temples of Angkor; yet despite its obvious tourist economy, is also a critical part of the world trading system.
South East Asia’s economy relies greatly on agriculture as its prominent export along with manufacturing and industrial services. Parts of the region are developing into affluent industrialised countries, such as Thailand and Singapore, and are now cultural and economic hubs. Seaspace International have fantastic relationships overseas with South East Asia being no exception. We can help get your goods to or from the region with ease and have great knowledge of local facilities and procedures to make the journey a smooth one.