Om Freight Forwarders Pvt. Ltd. - International Logistics and Freight Forwarding Company
Bonded Trucking and Trans Shipping - Road Feeder Services, RFS
Services / Bonded Trucking and Trans Shipping
RFS - Road Feeder Services
Oscar Freight Pvt. Ltd. (OFPL) is a Mumbai (India) based subsidiary of Om Freight Forwarders Pvt. Ltd. Established in 1999 OFPL caters to trans shipping by Bonded trucking services cargo to requirements of our clients. OFPL commenced its bonded trucking services in February 2002 and has since moved up to become the premier bonded trucking services provider in India. We offer a 24 X 7 service to meet customers' requirements.

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Over the years, Oscar Freight Pvt. Ltd. has grown from strength to strength and gathered several accolades like


"Best Performance" award by the Ahmedabad Airport Authorities for four consecutive years from 2006
Recommendation by Air-India, other foreign airlines and cargo forwarders
Our network includes major Indian cities like
Ahmedabad
Bangalore
Chennai
Coimbatore
In the immediate we will connect to Calicut, Kochin and Thiruvanandapuram
Delhi
Goa
Hyderabad
Indore
Other cities like Amritsar, Bhubaneshwar, Jaipur and Nagpur are in the offing
Air imports cargo is trans-shipped from Mumbai, Chennai and Delhi (connecting soon) to all airports, CFS's and ICD's most convenient to the ultimate consignee. Similarly, cargo meant for export is transshipped from any remote airport to the gateway airport most convenient to the airline. (Indian Customs rules do not permit bonded trucking of export Cargo between Mumbai and Delhi gateway airports).
We Have Regular Services Between
Mumbai - Ahmedabad - Mumbai (MUM-AMD-MUM)
Bangalore - Mumbai - Bangalore (BLR-MUM-BLR)
Mumbai - Goa - Mumbai (MUM-GOA-MUM)
Mumbai - Hyderabad - Mumbai (MUM-HYD-MUM)
Mumbai - Chennai - Mumbai (MUM-MAA-MUM)

At other locations also, our customers can avail the services at the most convenient terms.
TRIVIA / DID YOU KNOW ?
Trans shipment is the own forwarding shipment of goods or container to an intermediate destination, and then from there to yet another destination from the first part of landing in India. It generally takes place in designated customs areas, thus avoiding the need for customs checks or duties, otherwise a major hindrance for efficient transport.