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United Chartering Ltd. is active and independent Ship and Cargo brokerage firm with offices in Vancouver, Canada and Santiago, Chile.

Our expertise, connections and focus is the West Coast Americas area for Dry bulk and worldwide for Project cargoes and Yacht transportation.

We pride ourselves on in-depth understanding of the shipping industry drawn from various posts including deck officer, stevedoring operator, boarding agent, port agency manager, agency dry operator, in-house broker, owners chartering and broker.   Our team has gained experience working for respected companies in Chile, Canada and Denmark.

Since inception in 2011 UC has been consistently increasing annual cargo volumes booked, now reaching in access of 2.5 million mt per year, underlining our clear focus on gaining trust with our clients.

 The UC fixing bell, originally from a panamax vessel.

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“UC” is firmly oriented to the client and customer satisfaction is our highest priority.

We are a business built on long-term relationships and trust from our clients. We stand by our word, keeping in mind that it is our responsibility to match words with actions at all times.

Our Company cares about these core values, integrating them as part of our business culture.

United Chartering Ltd. cares about our environment and our community.

We are involved and support the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup program.
In 2002 the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup emerged as a national program,
providing all Canadians the opportunity to make a difference in their local communities.
Cleanups started appearing in every province and territory, and by 2003,
more than 20,000 volunteers were taking part.

United Chartering Ltd. and our families are proud volunteers in the
Great Canadian Shore Clean up and we invite our clients, colleagues,
and friends to participate.

Join the program

January 17th, 2016 UC Shore Clean Up
False Creek / Habitat Island

UC Team with family and friends collected 8 garbages bags full of plastic, styrofoam and other single use refuse along the south east shoreline of False Creek.
Throughout the day it was nice to have local residents thanking us while we were in action, but best to know it will help the local wildlife population which includes birds, fish and seals in this new residential neighbourhood that used to be an industrial site.

Brunch well earned!

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