• You must fill the fields marked in red

      • Ship from TOWN NAME
      • Ship from TOWN
      • Ship from PORT NAME
      • select Nearby Port
      • Select the location in

      is not part of our routes You can choose an alternative in below

      Choose a port in in the list below

        is not part of our routes

          • Ship to TOWNNAME
          • Ship to TOWN
          • Ship to PORT NAME
          • select Nearby Port
          • Select the location in

          is not part of our routes You can choose an alternative in below

          Choose a port to in the list below

            is not part of our routes

            Full Container Load(FCL)

            You must provide value for at least one of the fields marked in red

            20FT Container
            20' x 8' x 8'6"
            20ftcontainer | iContainers
            40FT Container
            40' x 8' x 8'6"
            40ftcontainer | iContainers
            40FT High cube
            40' x 8' x 9'6"
            40fthighcube | iContainers

            Share Container Load(LCL)

            You must provide value for the fields marked in red.

            Calculate LCL volume

            How to calculate your shipment volume of LCL

          • tab2
          • tab3

          Ocean Freight Transportation to Qatar

          Qatar is small but significant. A country of 1.8 million people that is largely surrounded by the Persian Gulf, it is the richest nation in the world. Qatar currently has the highest GDP per capita in the world, and is considered a middle power, with surprising global influence for its size. To use ocean freight from the US to Qatar is to open new doors to the Middle Eastern market.

          Qatar’s capital city of Doha is its economic center. A large number of domestic and international organizations, including the country’s largest oil and gas companies, are headquartered in Doha.

          Qatar’s economic growth is almost exclusively due to its natural gas and petroleum industries, which began to develop in the mid-20th century. The country is a member of OPEC, and the world’s leading exporter of liquefied natural gas. Qatar has no income tax, and very low levels of unemployment. Exciting opportunities for growth are available to your business through ocean freight from the US to Qatar.

          Full Container Load (FCL) or Less-than-Container Load (LCL)

          Either FCL (a full-container load) or LCL (a less-than-container load) is your option when you are shipping a container to Qatar. Your shipping volume can help you make a choice here.

          A 40-foot container can ship up to 22 standard pallets, while a 20-foot container holds 10 standard pallets. If your shipment is equal to half a container or more (so, at least six standard pallets), you’ll need FCL. FCL is also your best option even with small shipments if you feel that contact with other exporters’ goods could pose a risk to your merchandise.

          If such contact is not a concern, you can opt for groupage, the term for a less-than-container load (LCL). With groupage, you share a container, and pay only for the space you need. Consult iContainers for rates and other details.

          Ocean Freight Routes to Qatar

          • Port of Doha
            Doha, Qatar’s only commercial port, handles a wide variety of cargo-almost everything except liquid bulk. Vessels in its anchorage area deal with little to no wait time in this 24-hour port thanks to a sophisticated short- and long-term berth planning system. In addition to containerized cargo, Doha Port also handles approximately 2.5 million freight tons yearly of break bulk, RORO, and project cargo, as well as livestock. Within the next few years, the port’s management is planning to increase its annual container throughput capacity to a minimum of 750,000 TEUs.
          • Port of Mesaieed
            This port has been specially designed to provide services and facilities for customers in nearby Mesaieed Industrial City. The Port of Mesaieed, operated by Milaha Port Services, features dedicated container handling services at its CT7 Container Terminal. The terminal can handle 500,000 TEUs annually, and employs only the most modern terminal procedures and management principles, with state-of-the-art technology in operation everywhere.

          Air Freight Transportation to Qatar

          You may wish to consider air freight instead of ocean freight if your shipment is particularly urgent. It’s important to note that air freight does impose some limitations on the volume and weight of shipments; iContainers provides a calculator to help you determine which shipping option is right for you.