When shipping a container to Belgium, you have two options: a full container load (FCL) or groupage (LCL).
Your shipping volume can help determine the most suitable choice here. If the volume is equal to at least half of a container, then a full container load (FCL) will be your best option. A 20-foot container accommodates 10 standard pallets, while a 40-foot container can carry 22 standard pallets.
Regardless of shipping volume, FCL is also your best option if you need to avoid any risk of damage to your goods that could be caused by contact with other exporters' goods.
If this is not a concern, you may want to opt for groupage - a shared container (LCL). That way, you will pay only for the space you need. Consult iContainers for rates and other important information.
Belgium's main port is that of Antwerp?and it is one of the most important in Europe and the world.
If you are working against a short deadline or your shipment is urgent, air freight may be more appropriate to your needs. Air freight comes with some limitations in terms of volume and weight; iContainers provides a calculator to help you determine whether this is the right option for you.