突尼斯船运代理
GRAINS - OILS - TSP - GASOILS - FUEL - BITUME etc...
Since the start ALL SEAS SHIPPING became one of the Tunisian leaders for handling bulk ships either liquid or solid. We offer full agency service including Protecting agency, crew change or Cash to Master in the most efficient way.

We have well known valued customers, charterers and owners such as: Dabinovic Monaco – Copenship Denmark -Toefper Germany – Gavilon – Soufflet Negoce France – Ds Norden – Fairfield – Invivo France etc… 

As Break-bulk agent we are covering various fields such as marketing and promoting the regular services, identifying and contacting potential customers, tracking the cargoes and follow their readiness at port, loading supervising and port captain service, call optimization for quick turn around.

Thanks to about 20 years experience with a well trained team and to avoid unnecessary delay in berthing or discharging, we established sharp procedures regarding Documentation, Phyto-sanitary, daily reports to prevent shortage, permanent connection with P&I etc. We are able to solve complicate situations such as last minute change disport, lightering due to restricted draft at discharging berth, fumigation expiry date or time, damaged cargo (wet, moisture), cargo refusal by receivers, etc.

 We act also as representative near the “Office des Cereales” and Private buyers as well. We can assit grain and oilseeds suppliers on all Tunisian Market. You can obtain our weekly line-up of bulk carrier in all Tunisian ports by sending your request to :shipping.assistant@allseasshipping.com Any PDA can also be obtained by spending ships specifications to pda@allseasshipping.com We’ll be pleased to provide you: Draft restrictions for Tunisian ports – Merchant marine requirements – Available berths
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The former tunisian flag M/V LADY FELL in the Netherlands
Grain discharging operations in Sfax port
Our Stand and team with guests in ​​​Global Grain 2016
We act as protective agent with a valued added to the Owners to protect their interests