Ocean Freight Services
Air Freight Services
Warehousing and local destribution services
Delta Marine Continents is a company with high integrity, creativity and continuous innovation to provide transportation solution services that fits the need of our customers and partners at all time.
Delta Marine Continents upholds professionalism in providing quick solution effectively and efficiently. We understand that the products delivery must arrive safely at the right place and the right time. With more than 10 years of experience in this field, we are very confident to be the right place for logistics and transport solution.
To be recognized as a trusted International Freight Forwarders & Logistics in the world
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We always put a high standard of service and innovation by providing excellence logistics solutions to our Customers and Partners
Delta Marine Continents is providing comprehensive services include ocean and air freight forwarding, custom brokerage, insurance brokerage, movers, warehousing and local distribution management.
Delta Marine Continents serves Full Container Load (FCL) and Less Than Container Load (LCL) shipment services for both export and import to our customers. We develop good relationship with multiple leading ocean freight carriers to provide our customers with optimum capacity availability and sailing schedules at the best leveraged pricing.
Delta Marine Continents expands its air freight services with cooperation along several airlines to service the express delivery needs of its customers.
Warehouse and local distribution has important role in transportation and logistics world. Through partnership with trucking and warehouse facilities we are completing the comprehensive logistics solution.
Besides commercial commodity, we also provide moving services, we can manage your relocation from origin to your home destination. Our mover and packer are trained in the latest training packing techniques to ensure your highly valued items receive the maximum protection before they are transported around the world. With a partners in all locations worldwide, we ensure you choose the right moving provider
Delta Marine Continents provides supplemental service for logistics needs such as Customs Clearance, Custom Bond, Marine Insurance.
IMO Members Agree to Cut Emissions from International Shipping in Half by 2050 Members of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) have agreed to an initial strategy for the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from ships, including a long-term vision to cut emissions by 50% compared to 2008 levels by 2050. GHG emissions from international shipping currently contribute an estimated 2.2% of global GHG emissions; however, emissions are projected to increase between 50% and 2050% by 2050 to accommodate raising volumes of international trade in goods and resources. Reducing emissions from international shipping is therefore crucial to achieve the objectives of the Paris Agreement. More than 100 of the IMO’s 173 member states met under the organization’s Marine Environment Protection Committee (MPEC) to discuss a package of measures to reduce emissions from international shipping. Read more at: http://sdg.iisd.org/news/imo-members-agree-to-cut-emissions-from-international-shipping-in-half-by-2050/
WTO - 2018 Public Forum Theme to be “Trade 2030” The WTO’s 2018 Public Forum, to be held on 2-4 October, will discuss how technological developments are affecting trade and how to ensure that trade in 2030 will continue to help society address the major challenges facing the world. The Public Forum will focus on how technology is changing the way we trade. In light of these technological developments, it will assess how trade can continue to contribute to job creation, growth and sustainable development, particularly in the context of the Sustainable Development Goals under the 2030 Agenda. For more details, please visit: https://www.wto.org/english/news_e/news18_e/pf18_29mar18_e.htm
WEF - Trade Agreements Must Be Modernized for a 2018 Economy The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) between Canada, Mexico and the United States, which created the world’s largest free-trade zone, is now under renegotiation. With the US moving towards a more protectionist approach, and the introduction of new technologies reshaping the economy, policy-makers are reimagining what global trade agreements might look like in a 21st-century context. While trade agreements can provide many benefits, they must be responsive to changes in the economy. E-commerce, digital trading and new technologies have significantly affected global trade since NAFTA was first implemented in 1994. For more details please visit: https://www.weforum.org/press/2018/01/trade-agreements-must-be-modernized-for-a-2018-economy
PT. Delta Marine Continents
Rukan Sentra Niaga Block B No. 3
Jl. Green lake city Boulevard, Duri Kosambi
Jakarta 11750, Indonesia
phone +62 21 54376387
fax: +62 21 54376387