Car Shipping Overseas From USA
Shipping to Africa, Middle East, Australia, Asia, South and Central America including Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, and Brazil. European ports like:
We ship cars, boats / yachts, vans, minibuses, trucks, tractors, coaches, RV's / motorhomes
We have special contract with port of Galveston TX and Jacksonville FL so that we can offer very low prices for vehicle shipping to Lagos Nigeria.
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.
We have been in business over 27 years and we have over 140 years of combined experience in our office in ocean freight shipping. You can be worry free and have peace of mind, if you choose to ship your vehicle overseas with us.
Our Car Shipping from USA Service may include:
- Inland Transportation to the port
- International ocean transport to major World Wide destination
- Export Documentation Preparation and Filing
- Customs Export Clearance
- Marine Insurance
- Customs Clearance Services at Destination
- Overseas Door Delivery
Car Shipping Overseas via RORO Ship
RORO service is the most common and also the most recommended way to ship your car overseas. RORO service is safe, secure and eliminates potential damage while the ship is at sea. There is less handling, because the car is simply driven on and driven off. RORO shipping is provided that your auto, boat, motorhome does not exceed the size restrictions.
Car Shipping Overseas Inside the Container
The Container method offers a secure and safer way of shipping vehicles to and from US to all parts of the world. We load and secure vehicles in 20ft and 40ft Containers before being shipped. We ship containers to all main European ports; the Mediterranean; Africa, including Lagos, Nigeria; Middle East; Australia, Asia, South and Central America including Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, and Brazil; as well as many other world wide destinations.
Please contact a member of our staff for container and RORO shipping rates to your preferred destination.
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U.S. Customs Import Clearance Services
Sims, Waters professionals have a wealth of knowledge to help you streamline the importing process. We can help with any type of good you are wanting to bring into the U.S.
RoRo Shipping vs. Container shipping
RoRo shipping method is very popular mainly for two reasons: cost and simplicity. Container shipping is more secure and can get you anywhere you want to go. Compare, which shipping method is right for you.
Preparing your Vehicle for shipping
Follow these important steps whether shipping your car, truck, RV or motorcycle. Make sure that your vehicle is operable and safe.
How to ship a Boat overseas?
We do all the logistics to export your boat worldwide. When you ship your boat using our service, you will get it in the same condition as when you handed it over to us.
Should I insure my Cargo?
Generally, the steamship lines do not carry cargo insurance, and by Federal Maritime Law (FMC regulations) are not liable for more than $500 per vehicle.