Live SCI Container Tracking
Now customers and agents to SCI (India) can easily trace and track their cargo or consignments simply by visiting our main online container tracking page.
Just click on the blue button in the sidebar and you will be redirected to that page where all you need is the tracking number (unique to your container) as supplied by your SCI agent.
How To Track Your SCI Container?
Thanks to international standardization, keeping tabs on the progress and status updates of your seafreight or intermodal shipping container is very easy. All customers using the services of the Shipping Corporation of India Ltd. would have been given an 11-digit container number unique to their order.
This digit containers 4 letters which identify the carrier and then a number that identifies your container. If you have more than one container then each one will have its own number.
Simply enter this code into our tracking system for instant live updates of your cargo’s progress. Please contact SCI directly, however, if you have any doubts or questions regarding your consignment. We only provide tracking services on this site and cannot intervene or assist you with your order.
About SCI (The Shipping Corporation of India)
The following information is provided courtesy of the official SCI website:
The Shipping Corporation of India (SCI) was established on October 2nd, 1961, by the amalgamation of Eastern Shipping Corporation and Western Shipping Corporation.
Starting out as a marginal liner shipping company with just 19 vessels, the SCI has today evolved into the largest Indian shipping company. The SCI also has substantial interests in various segments of the shipping trade. SCI’s owned fleet includes bulk carriers, crude oil tankers, product tankers, container vessels, passenger-cum-cargo vessels, phosphoric acid / chemical carriers, LPG / ammonia carriers and offshore supply vessels. Sailing through for nearly five decades, the SCI today has a significant presence on the global maritime map.
As the country’s premier shipping line, the SCI owns and operates around one-third of the Indian tonnage, and has operating interests in practically all areas of the shipping business; servicing both national and international trades.
In view of the demand from Indian trade, the SCI has diversified into a large number of areas. The SCI is today the only Indian shipping company operating: break-bulk services, international container services, liquid/dry bulk services, offshore services, passenger services. In addition, the SCI mans and manages a large number of vessels on behalf of various government departments and organizations.
The SCI has immensely contributed to the growth of India’s EXIM trade and the national exchequer, by being a net earner/saver of valuable foreign exchange.
Over the years, SCI has been a lifeline for the country in times of emergency and distress, by ensuring continued and uninterrupted supply of crude oil, which drives the country’s economy.
Liberalization and globalization of the Indian economy has presented the SCI with a suite of growth and diversification opportunities. The SCI’s growth has been additionally spurred on by the presence of a modern, young and diversified fleet, operated by a large pool of well trained and experienced manpower, both onshore and at sail.
How To Track Other Global Carriers?
Click on any of the following links to find the location of any other container shipments.
- ANL tracking
- APL tracking
- Arkas Line tracking
- CCNI tracking
- China Shipping tracking
- CMA CGM tracking
- CONCOR tracking
- COSCO tracking
- CSAV tracking
- Delmas tracking
- Ecu-Line tracking
- Emirates Shipping Line tracking
- Evergreen tracking
- Hamburg Sud tracking
- Hanjin tracking
- Hapag Lloyd tracking
- Hyundai tracking
- K Line tracking
- Kuehne and Nagel tracking
- Maersk tracking
- MOL tracking
- MSC tracking
- NYK tracking
- OOCL tracking
- PIL tracking
- Safmarine tracking
- SCI tracking
- Wan Hai tracking
- Yang Ming tracking
- ZIM tracking
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