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Get instant Freight Forwarding quotes for Fruits Vegetables

Ninja Global’s Freight Forwarding service helps Agri exporters and importers to optimize the costs for
end-to-end value chain of logistics by up to 10%.

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    At Ninja Global, we match the logistics demand of exporters and importers with verified Freight Forwarding partners who secure the expertise to handle cargo efficiently.

    Supported Modes

    Ocean Freight

    Air Freight

    Ocean Freight

    Air Freight

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    End-to-end service with 24X7 support

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    One Stop for Traders

    Because you need more
    than just shipping

    We have a strong network of over 40+ verified and reputed Freight Forwarding/CHA partners across multiple countries to offer an array of services like:

    • Origin Road or Rail Transport (Ex-works)

    • Customs Clearance and Documentation (FCA)

    • Freight Forwarding (FOB)

    • Destination Clearance (CIF)

    • Destination Road or Rail Transport (DAP)

    • Door Delivery (DDP)

    What you need to ship? Fruits Vegetables Grains

    Because you need more
    than port-to-port services

    reefer technology

    Cold Storage
    warehousing solutions

    Customs clearance



    Frequently Asked Questions

    Ninja Global believes in transparency and trust. Payment should be made directly to Freight Forwarders/CHA agents against the BL/AWB
    Ninja Global is completely transparent with the deals and you will get all the details of freight forwarding partner.
    No there are no mark-ups or hidden costs. The rates provided to the exporters are completely transparent

    Some of the leading Port of Origins (sea/ocean freight) for export shipments are:

    Nhava Sheva, Maharashtra

    • Mundra, Gujrat

    Kandla, Gujrat

    • Hazira, Gujrat

    • Pipavav, Gujrat

    • Cochin, Kerala

    • Chennai, Tamilnadu

    • Vishakhapatnam, Andra Pradesh

    • Haldia, West Benga

    • Kolkata, West Bengal

    • ICD Dadri, Uttar Pradesh

    • ICD Tuglakabad, New Delhi

    • ICD Panipat, Haryana

    • ICD Sonipat, Haryana

    • ICD Gari Harsu, Haryana

    • ICD Mandideep, Madhya Pradesh

    Some of the leading airports of Origins (air freight) for export
    shipments are:

    CSIA, Mumbai Airport

    • IGI, New Delhi

    • KIA, Bengaluru

    • RGIA, Hyderabad

    • CIA, Cochin

    • NSCBIA, Kolkata 

    Choosing the right freight forwarder for your business is an important decision. It impacts the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of international shipments. To choose the right freight forwarder, make sure that they have a good reputation, rich experience, a good network, and the best pricing structures. In addition, you should also look for digitally-savvy freight forwarders that can allow you to track your shipments on the fly.

    Additionally, you can also read our guide Mistakes to Avoid When Shipping Freight Internationally to ensure a hassle-free and cost-effective shipping process.

    Freight forwarders use various modes of transportation to move goods from one location to another, depending on factors such as the type of cargo, the distance of travel, and the urgency of delivery. Typically, international transportation is by sea freight and air freight.

    The documents you need to provide to your freight forwarder may vary depending on the type of shipment, the destination country, and the mode of transportation. Typically, you would need a commercial invoice, packing list, bill of lading, insurance certificate, export declaration, import license, and certificate of origin.
    It’s important to stay in communication with your freight forwarder throughout the shipment process and to notify them of any changes or issues that may arise. Typically, your freight forwarder will allow you to track your shipments through an online tracking system and/or update you on the location through email or phone.
    Your freight forwarder or insurance provider can provide guidance on the specific steps to take and any applicable regulations or procedures. In this situation, you should contact your freight forwarder, check the tracking information, contact the carrier, talk to the customs authorities, and file a claim with your insurance provider or freight forwarder.