CargoGulf resumes direct sailing between the UAE and Qatar

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10 Mar 2021

Leading independent global Non-Vessel Operating Common Carrier (NVOCC) CargoGulf has resumed its direct sailing between the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Qatar for inbound and outbound movement after the re-opening of all land, sea and air ports.

CargoGulf is now accepting container bookings on its Arabian Gulf to Asia (AGA) Service, which provides weekly direct sailing to/from Jebel Ali, UAE and Hamad, Qatar. The company’s best-in-class service offers a 36-hours transit time between each point of origin.

“Our fast transit time between the two countries ensures that our customers’ goods, particularly high-value, fast moving consumer goods, reach the market promptly, says Hans-Henrik Nielsen, CargoGulf’s Global Development Director. “We see a demand in this market and are happy to be able to resume this direct service to shippers and consignees.”

GAC is the liner agent for CargoGulf in the Arabian Gulf. Business through the trade lanes is served by CargoGulf’s own containers and slot charter agreements with vessel operators. Cargo is carried under CargoGulf's Bill of Lading and the company has its own stack at all ports with delivery orders released by GAC offices.

For more information, please contact our liner agents below:

GAC Dubai
Dilhan Fernandopulle
Tel: +971 4 805 9256

GAC Qatar
Jacob Joseph
Tel: +974 4420 5764