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Air Freight Management

HLFS Airfreight Management is capable in
managing single or complex shipments by air,
using all types of aircraft’s and equipment’s,
including dedicated charter flight and schedule
passenger and freighter services.

Sea Freight Management

HLFS offers a range of comprehensive services
which include Worldwide handling of Out of Gage
& Medium Size project cargo, FCL & LCL for Import
& Export , complemented by a keenly constructed
feasible solutions at a keenly priced tariff pooled
with dependable sailing schedules.

Land Transport Management

The HLFS Land Transport Department provides
domestic and international transportation, using
its own specialized fleet, equipped with
GPRS devises suitable for any type of
customer requirements.


HLFS has an adept crew who is well versed
in developing innovative solution packages
that stir confidence. Our best-in-class energy
service sector makes Heavy Load Freight
Services, your energy freight services partner.


HLFS offer a Project Management Service
through which all your logistic needs are
addressed. HLFS has an expert team who
is proficient in handling emergency
shipments, which require quick
preparation time and rapid action.


HLFS offers a multimodal transportation
not only as a combination of a few ways
of transportation like air, sea, road or rail,
but also, coalesce entire logistics
infrastructure like terminals, consolidated
warehouses, sea and air ports.

HLFS provides industrial packing and crafting
as well as lashing solutions to the clients.
HLFS has a qualified team which is well
experienced in lashing & packing of
heavy equipments.

Lashing and Industrial Packing

HLFS supply chain service include Preparing all
needed documents for legal approval, provides
stock management system for correct
categorization of products as well as better
record maintenance, also HLFS is experienced
and gives best storage facility to clients for
their large range of goods.

Supply Chain


HLFS equipped to handle all on-forwarding
cargo whether arrive by sea in containers,
break-bulk or Ro/Ro to Jebel Ali or by Air to Dubai
or DWC transshipment documents are done and
goods are to be on the way by either Air, Sea or
land to the Final destinations


In our last post, we touched upon the topic of Incoterms and their importance. While it is true that Incoterms define a sales contract by listing the respective obligations of buyer and seller in terms of expenditure and risk involved, these by themselves do not constitute a contract. Incoterms also do not address the price payable to the seller, nor do they define the currency or credit terms. They, however, define parties’ intent and help them to standardize their contracts.

For a better understanding these internationally recognized rules for importers and exporters, we have given below a description of what the acronyms mean, and its interpretation:

This is the first Incoterm under which the Seller’s only responsibility is to make the goods accessible to the Buyer. After that, the Buyer undertakes the expense and risk of moving the products from the Seller’s location.

The Seller is responsible to deliver the goods, get them cleared for export and ensure they reach the place given by the Buyer. Under this Incoterm, the Buyer is liable to bear the cost and risk related to loading/unloading of the goods.

CPT implies that the Seller is responsible for the freight of the goods carriage to the agreed destination and bears the cost and risk of loss/ damage to/of the goods till the time they are delivered into the custody of the Buyer or contractual carrier.

The Seller purchases the cargo insurance and is responsible for the cost of moving the goods to the Buyer’s destination. However, as soon as the goods are transferred, the Buyer bears the risks of loss or damage to the goods.

The Seller is responsible for the delivery of goods in addition to the maximum responsibility of both for costs (including export fees, carriage, insurance, and destination port charges) and risks. DAT can be used for any transport mode, or where there are multiple transport mode.

The Seller delivers when the goods are placed at the Buyer’s disposal on the arriving means of transport ready for unloading at the named place of destination. The Seller bears all risks involved in bringing the goods to the named place. DAP and DAT Incoterm have only a single major difference – In DAT, the seller holds the responsibility for the unloading of goods to the named ‘terminal’, and consequently carries the risk, title and associated costs during the unloading. However, with the DAP Incoterm, the buyer holds the responsibility for the unloading of goods – the seller simply has to ensure that the goods are brought to the named ‘place’ and are available for the buyer to unload.

The Seller is responsible for coordinating and setting up the carriage to deliver the goods at the named place, with all the clearance (including that of import, taxes and duties) duly paid. The risk of loss or damage transfers to the Buyer only when the goods are made available to the buyer, ready for unloading. This rule places the maximum obligation on the seller.

Heavy Load Freight Services, while working for you, ensures that the respective Incoterm(s) is/are defined clearly in the beginning so that you have a clarity on how and when your good will be delivered. We understand that while exporting greatly contributes to your business’s financial growth, it can also be a time consuming process and offer customized solutions for the small and medium-sized business. To know more about how we can work together for your greater success, please contact us today!

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