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Non-Containerised Cargo (NCC)

What are Non-Containerised Cargo?

Non-Containerised Cargo refers to goods shipped in pieces separately without the use of a container. These goods are shipped in crates, bags, boxes, drums, barrels and they are extremely large in sizes/dimensions. NCC is also known as break bulk.

Goods that are shipped without the use of container are called Non-Containerised Cargo.

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