Over 80% of BPC shipments are by water, as this type of transportation is the most cost-effective and available for customers in the outermost parts of the world.
Seaborne goods are shipped in bulk, and less frequently in bags. With this method goods are railed from the production site to the port and then loaded into vessel holds at the terminal. The Company offers the following water transportation options – CFR / CIF destination port, FOB loading port. BPC currently uses Klaipeda Port (Lithuania, Baltic Sea), Nika Terra Port (Ukraine, Danube) and Reni Port (Ukraine, Danube). Shipments to Western Europe are directed to the port of Antwerp (Belgium) where goods are loaded onto barges for further delivery to discharge ports located on the Rhein. For shipments on the CFR basis, BPC specialists search for and charter vessels. Volumes for delivery may vary from 500 MT (on barges) to 70 KMt (on sea vessels).
Professional competence and years-long experience of BPC chartering staff facilitates optimizing the Company both in terms of freight costs and shipment quality. It took BPC a relatively short time to emerge in the freight market as a top-class reliable charterer and partner.