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Full container shipping (FCL) services to Abu Dhabi from the UK and Europe


DKTAllseas as liner agents for Bahri (The National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia) offers full container shipping (FCL) solutions.
Our FCL Shipping Service provides a cost effective way of shipping containerised goods to Abu Dhabi from the UK and Europe.

Our FCL team ensures that the shipment of your goods to Abu Dhabi is made simple. We will work with you to manage and report back every stage of the cargo movements - from arranging collection from your premises, straight through to the delivery of your consignment

Our export service can also include:

  • UK haulage
  • Export packing
  • Container loading
  • UK export customs entry (NES)
  • Documentation including customs & consular certificates and any letter of credits.
  • Delivery to ultimate destination including customs clearance (where required)
  • Marine cargo insurance

Please contact a member of our staff today at 01375 213102 for full container shipping (FCL) Rates.
We'll be happy to provide you with a price quote and schedule your full container shipments.

Abu Dhabi Port in focus

Abu Dhabi port

Khalifa Port has a Phase 1 capacity of 2.5 million TEU containers and 12 million tonnes of general cargo a year and an expected capacity of 15 million TEU containers and 35 million tonnes of general cargo by 2030. It features the region’s only semi-automated container terminal, some of the world’s largest automated ship-to-shore cranes.

Owned by Abu Dhabi Ports and operated by ADT (Abu Dhabi Terminals – a private joint stock company), Khalifa Port commenced operations in September 2012. Today, the port handles general cargo and all of Abu Dhabi’s container traffic. In its present development phase 1, the port has an annual capacity of 2.5 million TEUs and 12 million tons of general cargo. When all development phases are completed, Khalifa Port is expected to increase its capacity for container volumes to 15 million TEUs and 35 million tons of general cargo per year.

With market access to an estimated 4.5 billion people within four time zones, Khalifa Port can accommodate the biggest ships sailing the world’s oceans. Currently, the port serves over 20 shipping lines, offers direct services and direct connections to more than 52 international destinations as well as transshipment at the world’s main hubs.

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