Freight Shipping to Lomé Togo
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We offer a freight shipping services to Lomé Togo from USA using a roro or container shipping method. We can ship a a car, a boat, a minibus, a motocycle, a truck or heavy plant/agricultural machinery.
We offer RoRo and Container shipping service to Lome Togo from USA. We ship both new and used vehicles.
If you need us to pick up your vehicle and take it to the departure port in USA, we can do it for you. If you are close to one of the US departure port meet us at the port and save money.
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 to Lomé Togo
The RORO method offers a cost effective way of shipping a car, a boat, a motocycle, a heavy truck or plant / agricultural machinery. Roro shipping method is a cost effective way because units are charged only for the space they take on the freight shipping vessel.
We have access to all the shipping vessels departing from the USA on a weekly basis. Your car must be in good working order so it can drive up and down the loading ramp.
If you are using a RoRo ship, you cannot have any personal possessions inside of the car. The only things permitted are the jack and the spare tire.
Container Shipping to Lomé Togo
We load and secure vehicles in 20ft and 40ft containers before being shipped to Lome Togo. We ship containers to Lome Togo from USA on a weekly basis.
USA Departure Ports & Togo Arrival Ports
Here is the list of US shipping ports we use for car shipping to/from Togo. We hope you use us every time you want to ship your car or any cargo to overseas.
DEPARTURE Ports RoRo
Car Shipping to Togo
ARRIVAL Ports for RoRo Car Shipping to Togo
Container Car Shipping to Togo (Shared and Full)
Arrival Ports for Container Car Shipping
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