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Forwarding of ship loads

As a large-scale logistics company, CF&S provides transport services for many different types of goods. Among other services, we offer mixed, bulk, and general cargo transport.

Break bulk is made up of goods that must be loaded separately where standard solutions cannot be used.

If you need to transport oversized and very heavy goods over long distances, it is useful and convenient to use our break bulk service.
Mixed cargo includes machinery, equipment, modular buildings, building materials, wind turbines, etc.

We can arrange the following work for you:

  • Mixed cargo transport by rail, road, air or sea (transport to/from port).
  • Transport by rail, road, sea
  • Loading and unloading in warehouses, ports, or rail terminals
  • Handling of goods in open or closed warehouses



Martin Truija
shiploads forwarder
Martin Truija
Daimar Truija
sales director
Daimar Truija

What documents do I need for preparation for exporting break bulk?

Export regulations call for securing an exporting invoice, packing list, and shipping instructions. You may contact us for any further queries or guidance on this subject.

What documents do I need regarding preparation for importing break bulk?

To import break bulk, you must have original documents, including an Import Permit. You can get them from the shipper or your bank. You may contact us for any further questions or guidance on this subject. Rest assured, we guarantee this process will be concise and short.

What is the difference between "bulk shipping" and "break bulk" shipping?

“Bulk shipping” concerns loose cargo, such as grain or petroleum products. “Break bulk” shipping includes machines, machinery, module houses, construction materials, windmills, etc.

What is the procedure for calculating the rate for break bulk cargo?

CF&S Estonia AS follows a standard procedure in this regard. First, we need to receive cargo details (dimensions and weight). Then, we calculate the most cost-effective transportation mode and route and offer the rate. For all further queries, you may contact us at our office or email us at

What is the procedure for handling break bulk cargo?

Handling break bulk cargo assembles the goods at the warehouse. Assembly preferably takes place at the manufacturer’s warehouse. Following this, goods loaded in crates or other storage means and then transfer to the ship or vessel. When the boat reaches the dock, the cargo is then unloaded and checked. During this whole process, CF&S makes sure that all your goods are safe and in excellent condition. 

How can we contact you?

For all further queries, you may contact us at our office or email us at

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