Shipping Cars Overseas from Boston, MA
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We offer international freight shipping services from Boston, MA. We ship Cars, Vans, Boats, Buses, Trucks, Tractors, Coaches, Heavy Machinery, Plant and Agricultural Machinery...etc.
For shipping your vehicle overseas from Boston, MA we use RoRo (Roll-on Roll-off) and container shipping metods, we use both both 20ft and 40ft containers.
Customers, who use our freight shipping services, using our freight shipping services again and again.
Sims, Waters & Associates, Inc. is licensed, bonded and C-TPAT certified.
RoRo Shipping Overseas from Boston, MA
The RORO method offers a cost effective way of shipping cars, 4x4's, vans, minibuses, trucks, buses, plant and agricultural machinery as units are only charged for the space they take on the Vessel. We ship both new and used vehicles and self proppelled machinery from Boston, MA. We offer both Port-to-Port and Door-to-Port service from the US. Vehicles can either be driven to the Boston port or transported on our Door-to-Port service. We have access to all the Vessels departing from the Boston on a weekly basis.
Please contact a member of our staff for Ro-Ro Shipping Service Overseas from Boston, MA.
Container Shipping Service Overseas from Boston, MA
The Container method offers a secure and safer way of shipping cars and other vehicles from Boston, MA. We load and secure vehicles in 20ft and 40ft Containers before being shipped. We also offer container loading and lashing service at port alternatively the containers can be delivered to the client's address for loading. We ship containers on a weekly basis from the Boston, USA. Please contact a member of our staff for Container Shipping Rates to your preferred destination worldwide.
Please contact a member of our staff for RORO Shipping Service Overseas from Boston, MA.
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