Our Ocean Freight Services originates from any of the Ports in the USA. You can list your Container, Consolidation, and RORO (Roll On Roll Off) requests from the USA.
How It Works
Shipping via Ocean is easy.
You will need 3 things from you in order to give you pricing.
1) Let us know where the freight is located so we can determine the eligible Port to within the USA to ship from.
You might need to drop of freight with service provider or have freight transported to the originating Port
2) Ensure you have proof of purchase(Receipt or Title/Lien Release)
3) We need to know the destination country/Port.
Depending on your freight type, budget or destination Port accessibility, your Ocean freight option might be via
RORO = Roll on Roll off
For Freight eligible for RORO, the freight will be Rolled On the vessel and Rolled Off at the destination Port. Your freight will be blocked and braced to the ship's deck to help prevent movement while the ship is underway. Marine Insurance is available for to protect your freight form any damage or loss while in transit. If you are using a RORO ship, you cannot have any personal possessions inside of the unit. You unit must be in good working order so it can be moved up and down the loading ramp.
In some instances, there are options to tow on freight or use Fork Lift as additional cost.
By using these container ships, you can assure your freight will arrive safe. All freights are blocked and braced to prevent movement while out to sea. Depending on the size of the container, multiple items can be included to fill up the container. This is one great advantage. If you are moving a lot of items, then you can get an exclusive container and load all your belongings. You will need an itemized list with all the values of your belongings. The prices for shipping in a container are going to vary depending on the size of your container and to what country you are shipping to.
In some instances, your freight might only be eligible to be shipped via a container but it not economically for you.
Your freight service provider might have multiple people with similar challenges, with same destination, and choose to consolidate such items in a container. The shipping customers will agree to share the container as well as pay for shipping and clearing at the Destination Port.