shipping pov

Also known as land transportation, is used to haul vehicles from its current pick up location to either exit warehouse or exit port. Vehicles are transported on flat beds, open trailers or enclosed trucks. It all depends on what the client prefers and is willing to pay, since enclosed trucks usually have a higher cost. All of our trucks offer ground insurance in case of certain incidents, but we also offer additional insurance at an additional cost.
Mostly known as the roll-on/roll-off shipping method, this service is highly used mainly for its simplicity and fast handling operation.
How it works: All type of wheeled cargo such as automobiles, trucks; trailers, etc are driven on and off the ship. These ships are designed to load this type of self-propelled, towable or forklift cargo.
RORO: The majority of countries offer the regular RORO service, but some destinations offer: RORO towable and forklift service for an additional charge. Please note it does not include ocean insurance.
Containers have standardized (fixed) dimensions. You can usually find the most common sizes: 20′, 40′, 40’HC (high cube), 45′, 48′ and 53′ available from all exit ports, but some shipping lines may not offer all sizes to specific destinations.
How it works: Our certified drivers will pick up your vehicle from its current location and deliver it to our exit warehouse. Once the vehicle arrives, pictures will be taken and uploaded on your profile. Depending on the shipping option chosen, your vehicle will be loaded either by container consolidation towards our clearing agent as soon as more of our other client’s vehicles are ready. Or we will wait on the rest of your vehicles to arrive in the case you are doing your own container. Usually vehicles are loaded in a 40′ with 3 more cars aside from yours. Making it a 40′ with 4 cars.