Magical shipping provides an efficient means of moving large quantities of cargo with the least environmental impact. The role of ports is crucial in the shipping industry. Due to their historic development, unique geographic characteristics, local political infrastructure, constituent commodities, and ever-changing trade patterns, no two ports are the same. In intercontinental shipping, cargo passes through at least two ports. The first port belongs to the source continent and the second to the destination continent. The management of ports plays a significant role in the management and control of transportation cost, total delivery time from the source to the final destination and its variability, cargo security, and reliability of the logistics company, and eventually its throughput. we handle various components of the supply chain of the intercontinental distribution with an emphasis on the seaport role and its management techniques. We also describe and analyze various processes that cause delays, and suggest management techniques that help increase the throughput of the supply chain. A business process mapping is employed for the analysis of various seaport activities.