Founded in 1998 by Craig Thompson, Seacorp was born from the idea that an exporter should have everything it needed in one place to facilitate the trade of its valuable cargo.
Seacorp has continued to grow since its inception in 1998 and today handles approximately 700 million tonnes annually of various dry bulk commodities worldwide.
Since its inception, Seacorp have been Australia’s leading independently owned shipping services house and in 2017 handled 727 million tonnes of various dry bulk commodities on five continents. In that time Seacorp has built deep relationships with many first class charterers, ship owners and operators.
Highly-trained and experienced, the Seacorp team of ship brokers, marketers, Master Mariners and logistical professionals, delivers ship agency, ship broking, marine surveys, outturn management in China, export documentation and international trade consultancy services seamlessly.
Operating globally across a number of key shipping locations in Australia, Asia, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and South America and as the Australian Representative of the Multiport Ship Agencies Network, Seacorp has the ability to service customers in 100 countries at over 1800 commercial ports worldwide.
Seacorp's head office is located in Fremantle, Western Australia, with regional offices located in ports across Western Australia and with a representative office in Shanghai, Seacorp provides an unparalleled service to West Australian bulk exporters shipping to China.
Proactive and innovative, our unique approach sees many multi-national and leading Australian companies trusting Seacorp's independent specialist shipping expertise.
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Seacorp is your full service shipping house, offering end-to-end shipping solutions that provide a seamless experience to our clients.
We deliver tailored, innovative seaborne trade solutions with a focus on client satisfaction, which is at the core of all we do at Seacorp.
Seacorp was born from the idea that an exporter should have everything it needed in one place to facilitate the trade of its valuable cargo.