Faster than sea freight, cheaper than airfreight – SeaAir offers best of both worlds

Retailers – and suppliers to the retail industry – face a unique set of challenges, operating in uncharted waters. This is why it might be time to take to the skies without the costs usually associated with air freight.

At Advanced Supply Chain Group, we invest in new technology, innovation and geographical expansion to stay ahead of the evolving market and the needs of our customers. As the cost of manufacturing in some regions becomes prohibitive, our extensive global network ensures we have the scale, experience and expertise to provide a full range of origin logistics services.

ASCG has expanded into the Middle East, opening a new base in Dubai; a strategic global hub for our customer base. With an exclusive airside facility at Dubai World Central Airport, the move has significantly enhanced our SeaAir capabilities, ensuring our clients are provided with the most efficient service and the ultimate flexibility created by the extensive airline options available compared to other countries.

If you’re looking to speed up your inbound flows of work, we’d welcome the opportunity to discuss further how SeaAir can work hard for you.

  • Save up to 50% costs by using our SeaAir freight model vs air freight
  • Improve sea freight timeframes by 30-50% with SeaAir freight

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