We have maintained our service integrity for over thirty two years with our robust and constant commitment to serving the Middle East. UASC has earned its market leadership by being one of the most prominent carriers both in terms of liner cargo as well as port coverage.
UASC currently operates a fleet of 44 fully cellular container vessels; with 3 more being delivered in 2008, and 10 more in 2009. By the time the nine A13's new buildings have been delivered, the fleet will comprise more than 60 modern container ships able to carry approximately 310,000 Teus.
Our aim is to continually evolve our services to cover all major world markets whilst, ensuring that we grow with our customers and meet their needs.
UASC (United Arab Shipping Company) is continuously striving to improve its services in order to meet the stringent requirements of our increasingly diversified client base.
This amongst other involves providing an increasingly wider geographical scope of services, evidenced recently through tonnage up-grades of services to and from Asia to Middle East, Asia to West Mediterranean ports as well as introduction of fast direct services from Asia to North European destinations & vice versa.
UASC maintains an unswerving commitment to serve the Middle East, Red Sea and Indian Sub-Continent regions as they are considered as a part of its core markets.
The company has maintained its market leadership by being one of the top carriers; both in terms of liner cargo carryings as well as the port coverage in this region.
Track & Trace System
Container tracking service provides a very convenient and easy to use way of tracking the current location of containers with your cargo by container number.
Real ocean freight transit time
Get to know the time in transit of cargo on popular container shipping lines between ports of loading and port of discharge.
Sea Lines Explorer
Service is designed for determination of shipping lines whose vessels put in chosen port or direction.
Container Terminals Explorer
Service is designed for determination of sealine port list.