Ports Africa

Africa » Algeria

  • business opportunities: 4 companies
    up in popularity this week

Port of Tenes, Algeria

Anchorage: 14m – 15.2m
Drydock: N/A
Harbor: Open Roadstead
Max size: Up to 500 feet in length

  • Port of Alger

    Africa » Algeria

    business opportunities: 4 companies
    up in popularity this week

    Port of Alger, Algeria

    Anchorage: 14m – 15.2m
    Drydock: Small
    Harbor: Coastal Breakwater
    Max size: Over 500 feet in length

  • Tin Can Island Port Complex

    Africa » Nigeria

    business opportunities: 12 companies
    up in popularity this week

    Tin Can Island Port Complex, Nigeria

    Anchorage: 7.1m – 9.1m
    Drydock: N/A
    Harbor: River Natural
    Max size: None

  • Port of Tunis

    Africa » Tunisia

    business opportunities: 11 companies
    up in popularity this week

    Port of Tunis, Tunisia

    Anchorage: 11m – 12.2m
    Drydock: N/A
    Harbor: Lake or Canal
    Max size: Up to 500 feet in length

  • Port of Durban

    Africa » South Africa

    business opportunities: 6 companies
    up in popularity this week

    Port of Durban, South Africa

    Anchorage: 21.6m – 22.9m
    Drydock: Large
    Harbor: Coastal Breakwater
    Max size: Up to 500 feet in length

  • Port of Walvis Bay

    Africa » Namibia

    up in popularity this week

    Port of Walvis Bay, Namibia

    Anchorage: 7.1m – 9.1m
    Drydock: N/A
    Harbor: Coastal Natural
    Max size: Up to 500 feet in length

  • Port of Abidjan

    Africa » Ivory Coast

    business opportunities: 1 companies
    up in popularity this week

    Port of Abidjan, Ivory Coast

    Anchorage: None
    Drydock: N/A
    Harbor: None
    Max size: None

  • Port of Al Qusayr 

    Africa » Egypt

    business opportunities: 5 companies
    up in popularity this week

    Port of Al Qusayr (Qusair, El-Quseir, Quesir, Qusseir, Qosseir, Kosseir), Egypt

    Anchorage: 21.6m – 22.9m
    Drydock: N/A
    Harbor: Open Roadstead
    Max size: None

  • Port of El Kala

    Africa » Algeria

    business opportunities: 9 companies
    up in popularity this week

    Port of El Kala, Algeria

    Anchorage: 20.1m – 21.3m
    Drydock: N/A
    Harbor: Open Roadstead
    Max size: Up to 500 feet in length

  • Port of Annaba

    Africa » Algeria

    business opportunities: 9 companies
    down in popularity this week

    Port of Annaba, Algeria

    Anchorage: 20.1m – 21.3m
    Drydock: N/A
    Harbor: Coastal Breakwater
    Max size: Over 500 feet in length

    • Port of Koko

      Africa » Nigeria

      business opportunities: 11 companies
      up in popularity this week

      Port of Koko, Nigeria

      Anchorage: 6.4m – 7.6m
      Drydock: N/A
      Harbor: River Natural
      Max size: Up to 500 feet in length

    • Port of Bonthe

      Africa » Sierra Leone

      up in popularity this week

      Port of Bonthe, Sierra Leone

      Anchorage: 6.4m – 7.6m
      Drydock: N/A
      Harbor: River Natural
      Max size: Up to 500 feet in length

    • Dome Valley Marina

      Africa » Egypt

      business opportunities: 11 companies
      up in popularity this week

      Dome Valley Marina, Egypt

      Anchorage: None
      Drydock: N/A
      Harbor: None
      Max size: None

    • Port of Chetaibi

      Africa » Algeria

      business opportunities: 9 companies
      up in popularity this week

      Port of Chetaibi, Algeria

      Anchorage: 9.4m – 10m
      Drydock: N/A
      Harbor: Coastal Breakwater
      Max size: None

    • Port of Damietta

      Africa » Egypt

      business opportunities: 13 companies
      up in popularity this week

      Port of Damietta, Egypt

      Anchorage: 20.1m – 21.3m
      Drydock: N/A
      Harbor: Coastal Breakwater
      Max size: Over 500 feet in length

    • Gabal El Zeit Port

      Africa » Egypt

      business opportunities: 7 companies
      up in popularity this week

      Gabal El Zeit Port, Egypt

      Anchorage: None
      Drydock: N/A
      Harbor: None
      Max size: None

    • Port of Vale Cavaleiros

      Africa » Cape Verde

      business opportunities: 2 companies
      up in popularity this week

      Port of Vale Cavaleiros, Cape Verde

      Anchorage: None
      Drydock: N/A
      Harbor: None
      Max size: None

    • Port Trafco

      Africa » Egypt

      business opportunities: 7 companies
      up in popularity this week

      Port Trafco, Egypt

      Anchorage: None
      Drydock: N/A
      Harbor: None
      Max size: None

    • Port of Sfax

      Africa » Tunisia

      business opportunities: 18 companies
      up in popularity this week

      Port of Sfax, Tunisia

      Anchorage: 6.4m – 7.6m
      Drydock: Small
      Harbor: Coastal Breakwater
      Max size: Up to 500 feet in length

    • Djeno Terminal

      Africa » Congo – Brazzaville

      business opportunities: 4 companies
      up in popularity this week

      Djeno Terminal, Congo - Brazzaville

      Anchorage: 23.2m – OVER
      Drydock: N/A
      Harbor: Open Roadstead
      Max size: Over 500 feet in length

    • Kole Oil Terminal

      Africa » Cameroon

      business opportunities: 4 companies
      up in popularity this week

      Kole Oil Terminal, Cameroon

      Anchorage: 23.2m – OVER
      Drydock: N/A
      Harbor: Open Roadstead
      Max size: Up to 500 feet in length

    • EL Rasif EL Bahari (Ras Hagariya)

      Africa » Egypt

      business opportunities: 6 companies
      up in popularity this week

      EL Rasif EL Bahari (Ras Hagariya), Egypt

      Anchorage: None
      Drydock: N/A
      Harbor: None
      Max size: None

    • Port of Benghazi

      Africa » Libya

      business opportunities: 1 companies
      up in popularity this week

      Port of Benghazi, Libya

      Anchorage: 23.2m – OVER
      Drydock: Small
      Harbor: Coastal Breakwater
      Max size: Over 500 feet in length

    • Port of Az Zawiyah

      Africa » Libya

      business opportunities: 14 companies
      up in popularity this week

      Port of Az Zawiyah, Libya

      Anchorage: 23.2m – OVER
      Drydock: N/A
      Harbor: Open Roadstead
      Max size: Over 500 feet in length

    • Port of Mtwara

      Africa » Tanzania

      business opportunities: 4 companies
      up in popularity this week

      Port of Mtwara, Tanzania

      Anchorage: 4.9m – 6.1m
      Drydock: N/A
      Harbor: Coastal Breakwater
      Max size: Over 500 feet in length

    • Port of Matola

      Africa » Mozambique

      business opportunities: 6 companies
      no change in popularity this week

      Port of Matola, Mozambique

      Anchorage: None
      Drydock: N/A
      Harbor: None
      Max size: None

    • Port of Nouadhibou (Port-Étienne)

      Africa » Mauritania

      up in popularity this week

      Port of Nouadhibou (Port-Étienne), Mauritania

      Anchorage: 9.4m – 10m
      Drydock: N/A
      Harbor: Coastal Natural
      Max size: Up to 500 feet in length

    • Rey Malabo

      Africa » Equatorial Guinea

      business opportunities: 4 companies
      up in popularity this week

      Rey Malabo , Equatorial Guinea

      Anchorage: None
      Drydock: N/A
      Harbor: None
      Max size: None

    • Port of Tamentfoust

      Africa » Algeria

      business opportunities: 4 companies
      up in popularity this week

      Port of Tamentfoust, Algeria

      Anchorage: None
      Drydock: N/A
      Harbor: None
      Max size: None

    • Port of Kilifi

      Africa » Kenya

      business opportunities: 5 companies
      up in popularity this week

      Port of Kilifi, Kenya

      Anchorage: 14m – 15.2m
      Drydock: N/A
      Harbor: Open Roadstead
      Max size: Up to 500 feet in length

LCL Sea Freight Cargo Shipping Rates

To shipping container ports


For the NVOCC Ocean Consolidations Sea Freight From USA to Worldwide Ports will provide the best Commercial Cargo and also International Moving Cost.


LCL Ocean Consolidations To Worldwide Container Shipping Ports have a minimum of 1 cubic meter or 35 cubic feet

The rating is calculated by the volume.

It   also have a 25 to 45 day transit time and sail weekly to Other Container shipping ports


The Ocean Consolidations Sea Freight Calculator From USA .

Other Container Shipping ports will provide Commercial Cargo and International Moving Cost.


Local pickup of cargo is determined by a formula on the sea-freight calculator and will be priced automatically.


The LCL Ocean Consolidations sea freight calculator will take up to 99 different dimensions and weights.   Its calculator will convert centimeters or inches into cubic meters.

This apply the exact sea freight shipping cost to other shipping ports, including palletization charges if needed.

International Moving rates, Shipping

Cost To Container Shipping Ports


Moving freight rates to other shipping container ports  from
USA For ;

Furniture,

Personal effect

Household Goods.


Moving from USA to other countries worldwide is easy in a 20FT or 40 FT ocean Shipping container.
We deliver the container to your door in USA.


Ameritrans offer affordable International Moving Cost, Customs Clearance and  also Delivery Charges overseas .


We do not charge per weight.

The measurement volume for LCL shipments are guided by the cubic


Shared Space Moving Option allows Only Crated or Boxed Items


We can also provide movers to pack your household goods and also  personal effects in cardboard boxes or wooden crates.

Furthermore, we offer fragile packing and loading the container including recording the
Inventory of your belongings

Project Cargo Shipping

Freight rates To Algeria For Cars and Trucks, Machinery and Project cargo from USA via RORO or FCL. Not all the Worldwide seaports service RORO  also so the only way to ship a car is inside a container.


The International Car Shipping, machinery, motorcycles, cranes, excavators, Oil drilling rig, Barges, trucks, Boilers, Tanks, vans, trailers and also  boats to Algeria .


Get instant pricing on for cars Boats and  also heavy machinery to Algeria contact us Once you accept or low freight quote, our operations team will issue booking confirmation, dock receipt and also  bill of lading

Air Freight from USA Air Cargo Cost to Worldwide Container Shipping Ports


International Air Freight, Air Cargo Rates Shipping Cost to all container shipping ports USA.

The cost to ship a container overseas is between $2,000-$3,000. This varies greatly.

The cost depends on the ;

  • cargo volume.
  • if you’re shipping by air or sea.
  • the distance shipped.
  • the destination port, and  also the time of year.

FAQs

Air freight is faster, safer and also  more reliable than ocean freight, but it’s also more expensive – a $195 ocean shipment can cost $1,000 by air. Learn more about air freight pricing here. Airlines also have stricter regulations when it comes to shipping hazardous materials.

 

Air express is a door-to-door delivery system while air freight has been known to be airport-to-airport. Air express, therefore, is done by e-commerce websites that assure international shipping whereas air freight is done by individuals who want to send goods to their friends or relatives overseas.
How does air shipping work? From pickup to delivery, the process is straightforward. Your logistics provider will coordinate with a local carrier to pick up at your warehouse or holding facility. Once the freight is loaded, the carrier will tender the shipment to the airport, where it will be put onto a plane

.

High level of security and reduced risk of theft and damage. Shipping by air offers the advantage of a high level of security, as the airport safety controls over cargo are tightly managed. Tightly managed airport controls also reduce the cargo exposure to theft and damage.
  • Temperature Controlled.
  • Hazardous Material or Dangerous Goods.
  • Heavy weight and also  over dimensional freight.
  • Live Animals.
  • High Value or Fragile Items.
  • Human Remains or Organs or Tissue Samples.
Length and Width
Maximum cargo dimensions for standard air freight are 2.44 x 3.15m (96 x 125 in). Longer/wider cargo can be transported but may need to be packed on special equipment. Outsize cargo may require special charter services.
Which commodities travel most effectively by air?
  • urgent items.
  • mass-produced items.
  • urgent international mail
  • Land vehicle spare parts and spare components.
  • components for the aerospace sector.
  • consumable food.
  • supplies for festivals and also  fairs.

Main  CARGO Airports shipping cargo
in USA are  namely

  • Atlanta
  • Chicago,
  • Dallas
  • Houston,
  • Los Angeles.
  • Miami
  • New York.

 


We recommend that Motorcycles to shipping container ports be shipped via air cargo. A Gasoline must be emptied and battery disconnected.

All motorbikes should be crated and allowing access for the US Customs to inspect the motorcycle prior loading on aircraft.

Ameritrans validates the title with US customs and perform all the export necessary paperwork for you.


 

Air Freight, Car shipping, International Moving and LCL Shipping

Automobiles, motorcycles, and ATVs are transported overseas either in containers or aboard Roll on/Roll off (RO/RO) vessels. Specifically designed to transport enormous cargo—cargo that wouldn’t fit into standard container. RO/RO vessels are specialty ships. Think of RO/RO vessels as enormous floating parking lots.

The price of ocean freight is determined by the number of vehicles being shipped in containers or by the type of vehicle being shipped, as well as by its size and weight. We measure volume in m3 when shipping with RO/RO boats and calculate the rate.

All self-moving motor vehicles, such as;

  • cars.
  • trucks.
  • tractors.
  • buses.
  • motorcycles.
  • ATVs, and also  motor homes.

customs and duties

one must have an original certificate of title or, in the case of new vehicles, a Manufacturer’s Statement of Origin

Some auto vehicles, such as self-propelled construction machinery, agricultural machinery, or any other self-propelled vehicle used or intended for use on land but not on rails, require the original Bill of Sale, which must clearly display the vehicle’s year, make, model, serial number, and also VIN (Vehicle Identification Number). The provided bill of sale, which must also be notarized by a notary, must attest to the full payment of the vehicle.

At least 72 hours prior to departure, the original of the aforementioned document must be shown to U.S. Customs at the port of departure. The last arbiter is US Customs, who must examine the paperwork and also provide the go-ahead for export before shipping. The documents will be returned to once they have been authenticated.

 

Major Ocean Container ports and Inland Rail Ramps, Capital City: Washington, DC.

BALTIMORE, MD*
BOSTON, MA
CHARLESTON, SC*
HOUSTON, TX
GALVESTON, TX*
JACKSONVILLE, FL*

LONG BEACH ,CA*
LOS ANGELES, CA
MIAMI, FL*
NEW YORK, NY*
PORT EVERGLADES, F, *
NORFOLK, VA
PORTSMOUTH, VA*
SAN FRANCISCO, VA
OAKLAND, CA
SAVANNAH, GA
BRUNSWICK, GA*
SEATTLE, WA
TACOMA, WA*

The following paperwork is required:

  • original name, MSO, or MCO
  • Purchase Bill (letter of Lien Release from financial institution, if vehicle bought on a loan)
  • Auto Shipping Information Sheet
  • Power of Attorney for Exports
  • Coverage Form