We work with the industry´s elite companies to guarantee the delivery of your business on time. Through our business partners we can still guaranty a quality service, even if we don’t have a physical presence in a certain country. This is a selection of our main business partners:
EAS is the brand name for Marguisa specialized project, ro-ro and heavy lift cargo.
Marguisa company is specialized in project cargo using regular services for wheeled and tracked cargo and conventional and heavy lift cargo from entire Mediterranean to a majority of West Africa Ports.
-Roro Line offers 4 twin ships service with regular departures every 12 days from Mediterranean loading ports and with a transit time of about 20 days to West Africa.
-MPV Service offers regular monthly departures from entire Mediterranean to West Africa Ports. It enjoys the support of a modern ships fleet of A Class. We have the most experimented Port Captains team who attend personally all loading and unloading operations.
Marguisa is a shipping line specialized in maritime transport to Equatorial Guinea
Marguisa has been offering regular services since 1997. we connect directily Europe, Asia with Equatorial Guinea. Containers, RoRo and MPV Service.
EMES Shipping and Transport S.A. was established in July 1996 as the first container shipping line under the Turkish flag. As of January 1st 2010, the name was changed to Arkas Container Transport S.A. and continue to provide services under the brand name “Arkas Line”.
The Arkas Line container fleet has 115.437 TEUS all of which are used on regular service between ports on the Mediterranean, West Africa and the Black Sea.
CMA-CGM & DELMAS
Founded in Marseille in 1978 by Jacques Saadé, the CMA CGM Group is a leading worldwide shipping group. From its base in Marseille, the CMA CGM Group is present in more than 160 countries through its network of over 600 agencies, with more than 29,000 employees worldwide (4,500 in France).
With a young and diversified fleet of 536 vessels, the CMA CGM Group serves over 420 of the world’s 521 commercial ports.