What We Do


BMC Marine Equipment is part of Multinational Group established in Middle East since 2003. BMC Marine Equipment until today is the largest Stockist list in the UAE region. We buy and sell ship machineries and spare parts among other groups activities. Our approach is to create equilibrium between cost and goal achievement, customer needs and satisfaction. We supply new spare parts and rebuild diesel components with known Global component makers and suppliers partners. Our specialized and dynamic staff with technical expertise along with our association with several industry leaders can provide you the best, economical, technical support to acquire the best appropriate spare parts and machinery for your vessels, such as power generations, oil fields, and other industries


In addition to our maritime offer, we provide you with a comprehensive door-to-door service for seamless continental connections with rail, road or barges 1st class vendors and offer you a safe multi-modal solution up to the very last miles.


RORO are vessels equipped with a mobile access ramp allowing the loading and unloading of the goods by towing between the edge and the wharf. They are fast and allow short loading/unloading times


Liner shipping is the service of transporting goods by means of high-capacity, ocean-going ships that transit regular routes on fixed schedules. There are approximately 400 liner services in operation today, most providing weekly departures from all the ports that each service calls and we are one among these liner services.


BMC Container Depot project has been the empty container terminal, which was officially opened in January 2008 at Egypt. It is one of the major container yard in Port Said, Egypt and is fully paved with a high quality repair facility for containers. At present, the 10 acres already developed can store up to 5.800 TEUs at 6 high for 20ft equipment and 7 for the 40ft equipment. A covered space/shed where export cargo is received and import cargo stored/delivered; containers are stuffed/stripped or reworked; LCL exports are consolidated and import LCLs are unpacked; and cargo is physically examined by Customs. Export and import consignments are generally handled either at separate areas in a warehouse or in different nominated warehouses/sheds. The place where container trains are received dispatched and handled in a terminal. Similarly, the containers are loaded on and unloaded from rail wagons at the siding through overhead cranes and / or other lifting equipments


BMC LINE sells a variety of equipment from our large and diverse fleet. we have the experience and expertise to ensure that our customers have the benefit of clear, concise, accurate transaction processes & consistent service and quality. We can help to organize carriage out of our depot to the final destination. The company’s container trading business is developing very fast, we have a group of ethical specialists who take customers benefit as their own benefit and are skillful in each process of container trading.


A large variety of goods requires specific atmosphere, temperature or humidity level to be shipped. For such type of sensitive cargo, the slightest detail can make all the difference. BMC Lines refrigerated containers are specifically designed for the transport of perishable goods in a temperature-controlled environment. They come with a wide variety of sizes and with all the latest technologies. These containers are named Reefers. Thanks to our large and modern Reefer container fleet, our skilled Reefer experts all over the globe and our various assets as a leading worldwide shipping group, BMC lines can bring you unmatched expertise for your Reefer needs.


Breakbulk cargo is defined as general cargo or goods that do not fit in or utilize standard shipping containers or cargo bins. Breakbulk is also different from bulk shipping, which is used for cargo such as petroleum products or grain. Instead, breakbulk cargo is transported individually, oftentimes on a skid or pallet or in a crate. Examples of breakbulk cargo include:construction equipment, manufacturing materials, oversized vehicles, boats, cranes, turbine blades, ship propellers, generators, large engines and more. In the early days of shipping, ocean-going cargo was most commonly breakbulk; however, with the increased use of more efficient and secure shipping containers in the late 1960s, it is now generally reserved for cargo that is too heavy or large to fit in a container, though an effective method of shipping oversized cargo. Breakbulk shipping is more time-intensive than container shipping because each piece must be loaded and unloaded individually, oftentimes with special equipment.