Shipping Cars Overseas from Houston, TX
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We offer car shipping service from Houston TX using the RORO and Container method. We ship Cars, Vans, Minibuses, Trucks, Tractors, Buses, Coaches, Plant and Agricultural Machinery, etc.International Ocean Shipping Port Houston, TX
Sims, Waters & Associates is U.S. based ocean freight forwarder with industry-leading prices.
Sims, Waters & Associates is licensed and bonded. International freight forwarder since 1987. Our staff has over a hundred years of combined experience in the global freight shipping industry. Get a quick shipping quote now. It's fast and easy!
RoRo Shipping from Houston, TX
RoRo shipping overseasThe Ro-Ro method offers a cost-effective way of shipping cars, 4x4's, vans, minibusses, trucks, buses, plant and heavy agricultural machinery as vehicles are only charged for space they take on the RoRo shop. We ship both new and used vehicles. If you are not close, then we pick up your car or heavy equipment from your location and transport it to the nearest vessel departing port. We have access to all the ships departing from the US on a weekly basis.
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Container Shipping from Houston, TX
Container shipping overseasThe Container method offers a secure and safer way of shipping cars and other vehicles from Miami, Florida. Sims, Waters uses the following sizes of ocean containers: 20’, 40’ and 45’ in length. We also offer container loading and lashing service at port alternatively the containers can be delivered to the client's address for loading.
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Shipping Heavy Machinery from Houston, TX
Shipping heavy machinery overseas from Houston, TXWe are specializing in shipping heavy machinery from Houston, TX to Europe, Africa or any other location worldwide.
Please contact a member of our staff for heavy machinery shipping rates from Houston, TX.
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LATEST BLOG POSTS
- The Difference Between LCL & FCL
POSTED: June 19, 2019
If shipper books an FCL (Full Container Load) container then shipper owns exclusevely full container. A full container load (FCL) is loaded and unloaded under the risk and account of one shipper and only one consignee. The cargo in the container need not have fully loaded cargo in the container. Let the cargo be half loaded or quarter loaded container, if booked by one shipper under one shipment, the said shipment is called FCL shipment.
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- How to ship a car overseas?
POSTED: December 17, 2018
The first step to consider when shipping a car overseas is choosing a shipping method. You can ship your car across the oceans by choosing a method that suits your budget and requirements, with the most commonly sought options being RORO and container shipping methods.
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- Do I need cargo insurance?
POSTED: JUNE 7, 2018
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.
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- How to buy a car online and ship it to Europe
POSTED: MARCH 13, 2018
Buying a car can be very bothersome. After the hassle of buying a car in the US and shipping it to Europe can also give you trouble. This blog will be able to help you with the entire process of, buying a car in the US and shipping to Europe, from start to finish.
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