Resources

Document #1 Ships’ Agency Terms & Conditions

Trade Ocean Ships Agency Terms and Conditions for Trade Ocean South Africa and Trade Ocean Namibia.

Document #2 Clearing & Forwarding Terms & Conditions

Trade Ocean Customs Clearing and Freight Forwarding Terms and Conditions for the Trade Ocean South Africa and Trade Ocean Namibia.

Document #3 BEE Certificate

Trade Ocean is proudly a B-BBEE Level 1 SANAS accredited company.

Document #4 Port Guide

Fact File #1: Harbour Restrictions and Limitations in Southern Africa.

Fact File #2: Information and procedures for vessels in Southern Africa.

Fact File #3: Requirements and procedures for Incoming and Outgoing Crew in Southern Africa

Fluent in eleven local and international languages, Trade Ocean is versed in crew changes and repatriation. Trade Ocean is extremely knowledgeable regarding customs and immigration requirements concerning every aspect of the signing on, and signing off procedures for personnel. Download further information about crew changes and repatriation in South Africa and Namibia.

Fact File #4: Dry Dock Facilities and Repairs in Southern Africa

Trade Ocean meticulously plan, organise and facilitate implementation of Dry Dock repairs, engineering, and maintenance work of our client’s vessels. Trade Ocean has the key networks to arrange ancillary services and quality contractors quickly, while promising to use our strong negotiating power to bargain the most cost effective price. Download further information about Dry Dock repair services and facilities in Cape Town, Durban and Walvis Bay.

Fact File #5: Off Port Limit (OPL) Services in Southern Africa

Trade Ocean facilitates Off Port Limit (OPL) Services to vessels in transit in Cape Town, Durban and Walvis Bay by launch and by helicopter. Download further information about Off Port Limit (OPL) services in Cape Town, Durban and Walvis Bay.

Fact File #6: Bunker Fuels and Lubricants in Southern Africa.

Fuel oil, gas oil and marine diesel oil, as well as a wide range of maritime lubricants, are readily available in Southern Africa. Trade Ocean leverages its bargaining power to negotiate the best prices on bunker fuel and marine lubricants for its clients. Download further information about Bunker Fuel and Lubricant services in Cape Town, Durban and Walvis Bay.

Fact File #7: Customs Clearance and Procedures for Project Cargo in South Africa

Trade Ocean is versed in the customs clearance of project cargo in to Southern Africa. Considered the most challenging and complex service offered in the field of logistics, our specialised offices at Cape Town, Durban and Walvis Bay Port can support the customs clearance and freight forwarding of any project cargo into the region. Download further information customs clearance and procedures for project cargo in South Africa and Namibia.

Fact File #8: Importing and exporting vehicles into Southern Africa via the Port of Namibia

Trade Ocean Namibia specialises in vehicle clearance for private, industrial and specialised vehicles and trucks in and out of Namibia, and its neighbouring countries Zambia, Botswana, Angola, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. The Trade Ocean Vehicle Clearance Centre in Namibia takes care of all related services, including all the required temporary road permits, clearance documents in Namibia and its surrounding borders. Download further information about importing and exporting vehicles into Southern Africa via the Port of Namibia.

Fact File #9: General Restrictions and information on Air Freighted Cargo for Namibia

Any and all cargo classified as dangerous or hazardous is not permitted to land or depart via air from or to Hosea Kutako intl. (WDK International Airport) due to an embargo. All dangerous or hazardous cargo must be road hauled in bond from and to Johannesburg (JNB) O.R Thambo Intl. Airport. Download further information about General Restrictions and information on Air Freighted Cargo for Namibia.