Ship containers to Arica from different ports

If you are planning to ship a container to Arica as a FCL (Full Container Load) or LCL (Less than a Container Load) shipment, iContainers has the best rates for ocean freight transport.

How much does it cost to ship a container to Arica

Here are examples of 20 foot FCL container shipping to Arica:

NEW YORK - Arica

From 1,929 $

Houston - Arica

From 2,262 $

Los Angeles - Arica

From 2,296 $

Bilbao - Arica

From 6,756 $

Algeciras - Arica

From 6,891 $

Barcelona - Arica

From 7,715 $

Estimated transit time to send a container to Arica

Continent of originCountry of originPort of originPort of destinationTransit time (days)20DV FCL
AmericaUnited StatesLos AngelesArica731,606$
AmericaUnited StatesSavannahArica481,887$
AmericaUnited StatesOaklandArica471,606$
AmericaUnited StatesCincinnati, OhArica54,601$
AmericaUnited StatesDetroitArica54,566$
AmericaUnited StatesEl PasoArica45,751$

Longest transit time to Arica

The longest transit time to ship a container to Arica is the route Los Angeles - Arica, with an average of 73 days. The next longest routes are Savannah - Arica, with an average of 48 days and Oakland - Arica, with an average of 47 days.

Shortest transit time to Arica

The shortest transit time to ship a container to Arica is the route El Paso - Arica, with an average of 4 days. The next shortest routes are Cincinnati, Oh - Arica, with an average of 5 days; and Detroit - Arica, with an average of 5 days.

Top 5 routes for shipping containers to Arica

At iContainers, you can find 99 routes for sending containers to Arica. Here are the top 5 routes:

OriginDestination
AlgecirasArica
Atlanta, GaArica
BaltimoreArica
BarcelonaArica
ValenciaArica

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