TCI Seaways started as an independent sea cargo division in February 1995. It heralded the dawn of a new era for the parent company- TCI, with the territories having extended even further. The division is well equipped with 2000 containers and four vessels (23308 DWT cumulative capacities). It provides ship management, Liner / Charter / Agency activities / Stevedoring/Project Handling, Multi-Modal and Transportation services.
Under Domestic Services TCI Seaways does Coastal Shipping, Agency Service and under International Services Break Bulk, Project Cargo and Containerized Business.
TCI Seaways caters to the coastal cargo requirements for transporting container and bulk cargo from Ports on the West coast / East coast of India to Port Blair in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands and further distribution within the islands.
The cargo largely consists of a variety of products including cattle, perishables and reefer cargo & general cargo to the islands. It usually ferries back betel nuts, copra, coconut powder and house hold goods to the mainland from the Andaman.