Shipping a Car from USA to Southampton, UK
We offer car shipping service from USA to Southampton, United Kingdom, using the RORO and Container ships. We ship Cars, Boats, Vans, Minibuses, Motocycles, Mack Trucks, Tractors, Buses, Coaches, Plant and Agricultural Heavy Machinery.
We ship both new and used vehicles and self proppelled machinery to Southampton, United Kingdom. Please contact a member of our team by phone 904 356-4455 or email Ryan@sims-waters.com to discuss about all your shipping needs.
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Roll On Roll Off (RORO) Shipping to Southampton, UK
The RORO Vehicle Shipping Service is very useful money saving way of shipping cars, boats, 4x4's, vans, minibuses, Mack trucks, buses, plant and agricultural machinery as units are only charged for the space they take on the Vessel. Vehicles will be driven onto the upper or lower decks of the RORO Vessels before being strapped securely for shipping. We have access to all the Vessels departing from the US on a weekly basis.
Please contact a member of our staff for RORO Shipping Rates to Southampton, United Kingdom.
Container Shipping to Southampton, UK
The Container method offers a secure and safer way of shipping vehicles to Southampton, United Kingdom - England. We load and secure vehicles in 20ft and 40ft Containers before being shipped to Southampton, United Kingdom. We ship containers to Southampton, United Kingdom on a weekly basis from the USA.
Please contact a member of our staff for Container Shipping Rates to Southampton, United Kingdom. We look forward to hearing from you.
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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.
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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.
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Should I insure my Cargo?
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