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Our international short route container service opens a new market that complements current container ship routes. Due to the high price of petroleum, steamship lines have had no other choice but to slow their vessels to reduce oil consumption. This results in longer transit periods and possible damage to cold perishable produce such as fruit, dairy, meat, and seafood. Ironically, these shippers are not only paying higher freight costs to get their products to customers faster, yet ending up with a slower service. Most agricultural produce shippers have had no other choice but to utilize regular container ships putting their high value product at risk. Once received at Port, higher storage and handling and transportation costs occur to expedite perishable cargo to maintain product quality and shelf-life.
Great Ocean Shipping Line was established for the purpose of connecting and improving the transportation along the Pacific Rim Coastal. We offer short direct service routes. Our international short route perishable container service opens up a new market that complements current container ship routes.