Dedicated to serve the world of soft commodities and provide superior transport services on these consignments.
The company, present in a wide range of countries around the globe, handles both Import and Export LCL & FCL containers.
Taking into serious consideration that air freight is a premium and costly service, our program focuses on quick transit.
South Star Shipping have become experienced in all sorts of rail transports both containerized and conventional.
More commodities and similar food products entered the books of Southstar during the recent years and being handled with the best of care. Name a few : Tea / Cotton / Plywood / Sesame / Raw Tobacco / Fertilizers / PVC / Soya / Husk / Grains / Pulses / etc.
Canned Fruits / Canned Meat / Tomato Paste, all being important food products which require efficient handling and proper reporting to the client and his buyers. Insight of the market and knowledge of the yearly production for each territory is where Southstar has access to, adding extra value to the services delivered, the superior and precise handling and understanding of Client’s needs.
In Southstar, Cotton comes with great responsibility along with the lowest freight rates, best service and equipment/space availability for the big lots of cargo when the season of cotton requires. This is what Southstar delivers.
Experience and true professionalism in Coffee Shipments handling have been the niche point in Southstar’s long and successful presence in the coffee world for consignments originating from South & Central America, South Asia, India and Africa to any global destination.
Jets from a Saudi-led coalition struck Yemen's Red Sea port of Hodeida early on Tuesday, port officials said, destroying cranes and warehouses at a main import hub for aid supplies to the country's north.Read more
Sugar output in Thailand will probably expand to a record as recent rain defies a strengthening El Nino to boost cane-crop growth, according to the Office of Cane and Sugar Board.
The harvest may expand for a seventh year to an all-time high of 111 million metric tons in the season starting November, yielding 11.5 million metric tons of sugar, said Warawan Chitaroon, the director at the office’s Cane and Sugar Industry Policy Bureau. Production is at risk of falling short if drought persists, it predicts.Read more