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Simplifying trade among major economies and between emerging markets worldwide

Founded in 2017, SeaLead is a relatively new entrant to the global container shipping market and has shown extraordinary growth since its inception. With our headquarters in Singapore and a regional office in Dubai, plus a network of agencies in key markets, we are focused on providing outstanding levels of customer service.

Sea Lead is a privately owned global shipping line and has a presence in 18 countries. Our team aims to simplify international trade among major economies and between emerging markets worldwide.

Our shipping routes

Why choose SeaLead?


We like to be seen as partners with our customers and other stakeholders, including terminals and equipment providers.

Efficient &

As a small team we are able to focus on delivering a fast and efficient service in all areas.


We always aim to provide market competitive rates for our customers.


We are dedicated to offering consistent and reliable service.


As a new shipping line we operate a modern and efficient fleet.

A range of

We offer a range of equipment solutions for all customer requirements.

Facts & figures

We have evolved from a one-vessel operation into a globally-recognised business with a modern fleet, equipped with the latest technologies.

34 ports covered
1.15M TEUs handled
annually (2021)
22 vessels in our
22 languages
5 continents
19 nationalities working
at SeaLead
60% of our employees
are female

Our latest news

Sea Lead Expands Global Commercial Leadership Team

Sea Lead has announced the recent appointment of Bernd Meyer as Global Director, Sales and Business Development, Cas Pouderoyen as Managing Director, Americas, and Ashwin Pavan

21 July 2022
Sea Lead Strengthens Global Leadership Team with Appointment of Henry Schmidl

Sea Lead Shipping today announced the appointment of Henry Schmidl as Managing Director of Sea Lead, effective April 1, 2022.

04 April 2022
New service will offer one of the fastest transit times between South China and Australia

Sea Lead Shipping today announced the launch of the Sino Australia Express (SAE) service that will connect ports in China directly to ports in Australia.

08 March 2022

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IMO dangerous goods restrictions

Dangerous goods are substances that can impact health, safety, property, or the environment. To mitigate the potential risks associated with these goods, we follow the regulations of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and ensure the highest safety precautions are applied. We request our customers to handle and declare Dangerous Goods documents correctly and provide all details within days before loading your goods on our vessels. Our team can assist you in issuing the required documents and certificates or we can arrange everything for you. Get in touch with us to find out more.

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SeaLead reserves the right to request additional documentation or decline any shipment of unacceptable goods. Please click the button to see a full list of prohibited and restricted goods.

Dangerous goods list

Get on board and grow with us

Are you passionate about helping trade move forward, eager to share your ideas and keen to make a difference? Do you want to work in work in a challenging and constantly evolving industry and help us improve our services towards our highly valued customers? Are you seeking to work in a rewarding environment with a company that cares about your work-life balance? Then read on!

We are always looking for enthusiastic and driven people. Come join us on our journey in simplifying international trade among major economies and between emerging markets worldwide.


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