(1) Large passage capacity. Sea Freight
can use natural waterways extending in all directions, unlike trains and cars, which are restricted by tracks and roads.
(2) Large transportation capacity. The carrying capacity of ships in Sea Freight
is far greater than that of railway transportation vehicles and road transportation vehicles. For example, the carrying capacity of a 10,000-ton ship is generally equivalent to the carrying capacity of 250 to 300 wagons.
(3) Low freight. The shipping volume is large, the voyage is long, and the transportation cost per ton of freight is less.