Fast moving, forward thinking
BIN HAIDAR TRANSPORT COMPANY has a philosophy that can be summarised succinctly as: 'fast moving, forward thinking." It encapsulates the company's drive for success, in its overall vision. Despite holding a significant lead in its chosen field of transport, Bin Haidar Transport Company continues to set new standards as a leading, integrated logistics and supply chain management company that operates successfully in the context of a global economy. The BIN HAIDAR brand is committed to quality service, people development and excellence. We aim to demonstrate excellence in all that we do, and we take pride in living by a performance-driven culture. We believe in communicating transparently and we profess a strong heritage of social responsibility. As a prudent risk taker, financial responsibility and capital efficiency is critical, as we maintain an entrepreneurial code of behaviour.
- Marine / Air / Train / Road
- Less-than-truckload freight / Air Freight / Truckload freight
- Shipping Costs
- Security Concerns
Automobiles are handled at many ports and are usually carried on specialized roll-on/roll-off ships. Break bulk cargo is typically material stacked on pallets and lifted into and out of the hold of a vessel by cranes on the dock or aboard the ship itself. The volume of break bulk cargo has declined dramatically worldwide as containerization has grown. One way to secure break bulk and freight in intermodal containers is by using dunnage bags.
Bulk cargo, such as salt, oil, tallow, and scrap metal, is usually defined as commodities that are neither on pallets nor in containers. Bulk cargoes are not handled as individual pieces, the way heavy-lift and project cargoes are. Alumina, grain, gypsum, logs, and wood chips, for instance, are bulk cargoes.
Containers are the largest and fastest growing cargo category at most ports worldwide. Containerized cargo includes everything from auto parts, machinery and manufacturing components to shoes and toys to frozen meat and seafood.
Project cargo and the heavy lift cargo include items like manufacturing equipment, air conditioners, factory components, generators, wind turbines, military equipment, and almost any other oversized or overweight cargo which is too big or too heavy to fit into a container.