Through precise integration of monitored and computerized refrigeration equipment with efficient cargo movement systems, Tropical ensures reliable shipments of chilled and frozen products.
Tropical Shipping delivers the most reliable and complete cargo transportation services in The Bahamas and The Caribbean, including Refrigerated, Less Than Container Load, Marine Insurance, Consolidation, Cargo Transfer, Inland Transportation, Global Partner and Project Cargo services. No matter the size, frequency or location of your shipments, we can tailor a program to fit your needs.
The smarter way to ship. From cameras and computers to furniture and fashions, our LCL service provides you the fastest and most consistent service in the industry.
Tropical Shipping’s, marine cargo insurance is underwritten by Seven Seas Insurance Company. Seven Seas has provided competitive rates and efficient claims processing since 1967.
Dry goods can be shipped direct to Tropical Shipping by the supplier or shipper anywhere in Canada or the U.S. via truck, railway, or a combination of both, and sent to any of our port destinations.
Tropical Shipping is continually looking for ways to minimize our customer's inventory costs and maximize their supply chain. One way we do this is through our Consolidation Services for both less-than-container load (LCL) and full-container load (FCL) shipments.
Reliable, on-time delivery of goods is key to your business and one of Tropical Shipping’s primary services. To meet your specific transportation needs, we offer an array of Inland Transportation Services.
Whether your cargo arrives by land, sea or air, we have a full-load, crossdock operation… meaning we can transfer your cargo on and off any truck, trailer or rail car to one of our containers or flatracks.
Through our partnerships with global carriers, we are able to move your freight from world ports to our Caribbean destinations.
Our Project Cargo Service team will customize a program for projects such as filming a movie or building a world class resort. The bigger the project, the more we look forward to the challenge.