Basic information about the port of DALLAS

Location of DALLAS

Country:UNITED STATES

Coordinates:

Latitude:32.78306 , Longitude:-96.80667

The port of DALLAS is a global inland port located in the southern US state of Texas. Its logistics hub is the largest new logistics park in North America and is encompasses 6,000 acres dedicated to distribution, manufacturing, and office and retail development.

These are some examples of ocean freight rates to and from the port of DALLAS calculated by our quoting system in less than 15 seconds:

Shipping cargo to the port of DALLAS

Shanghai - Dallas

From 1,164 $

Yantian - Dallas

From 1,845 $

Yantian - Dallas

From 1,845 $

Shekou - Dallas

From 1,962 $

Yantian - Dallas

From 1,962 $

Sending cargo from the port of DALLAS

Dallas - Busan

From 834 $

Dallas - Kaohsiung

From 864 $

Dallas - Ningbo

From 894 $

Dallas - Amsterdam

From 947 $

Dallas - Dalian

From 1,022 $

For your marine shipping to the port of DALLAS, there are currently more than 1 shipping companies operating from 1 ports in the world.

Our services in the port of DALLAS

The port of DALLAS (ISOCODE: USDAL) offers the following types of international shipping: FCL, LCL and door to door.

How much does it cost to ship a container to the port of DALLAS?

In the case of standard containers, the average cost of shipping a 20-foot container can be anything between $2,049.45 and $2,049.45. The average cost of sending a 40-foot container can be anything between $2,462.95 and $2,462.95.

Shipping 20-foot containers to the port of DALLAS

  • From Spain, BARCELONA is the cheapest port of origin, whereas BARCELONA is the most expensive. The difference between choosing the cheapest line of transport as opposed to the expensive one implies a cost saving of 0%.

“Shipping a 20-foot container to the port of DALLAS costs at least $2,049.45”

Shipping 40-foot containers to the port of DALLAS

  • From Spain, BARCELONA is the cheapest port of origin, whereas BARCELONA is the most expensive. The difference between choosing the cheapest line of transport as opposed to the expensive one implies a cost saving of 0%.

“Shipping a 40-foot container to the port of DALLAS costs at least $2,462.95”