Direct container line, a predecessor company, was founded in August 1978 to service the ocean transportation needs of Australian importers buying food products from US manufacturers. By taking advantage of the transition in shipping to containerization, DCL was able to offer smaller US exporters the most cost-effective way to ship their goods to international markets. Initial trade service from the West Coast of the US to Australia/New Zealand rapidly expanded to cover the total US and worldwide markets.
DCL is now the largest non-vessel operating common carrier (NVOCC), according to figures published in the Journal of Commerce.
DCL has received the President’s “E” Award for Excellence in Exporting, in honor of significant contributions to US export efforts. We have also received the “E Star” award for continued leadership in promoting US exports to worldwide markets.
DCL is a member of the OTS Logistics group. OTS and its subsidiaries operate over 90 offices in 100+ countries. In January 2012, OTS Logistics Group was acquired by London based private equity Man Capital LLP.
Direct container line helps you get your bought goods shipped from the merchant to your address. Your package is given a tracking number so that it gets identifiable. The tracking number should be available for you on the merchant’s website/app. Go to your orders a, click the order that is shipped by Direct container line, see its details and you will either find the Direct container line tracking number or a link/button that allows you to track trace Direct container line package. Once you get it, enter it in the box in the top of this page, press the button and start tracking Direct container line’s shipment to make use of the online tracker.
Official website of Direct container line: Direct container line.
Package tracking (or package logging) is the process of localizing shipping containers, mail and parcel post at different points of time during sorting, warehousing, and package delivery to verify their provenance and to predict and aid delivery.
Package tracking developed historically because it provided customers information about the route of a package and the anticipated date and time of delivery. This was important because mail delivery often included multiple couriers in varying environmental circumstances, which made it possible for a mail to get lost.
Track a PKG offers a quick way to track trace your package. It contains most of the global couriers as well as local shipping providers and post/EMS companies. If you don’t find your shipping courier, please contact us so that we add it to the service. To track and trace a package, use the forms in the top of this page.