How much does it cost to ship a container to Indonesia

These are examples of the cheapest rates for 20 foot FCL container shipping to Indonesia’s ports:

Long Beach - Jakarta

From 762 $

Los Angeles - Jakarta

From 831 $

Miami - Jakarta

From 1,081 $

Barcelona - Jakarta

From 1,154 $

Valencia - Jakarta

From 1,173 $

Madrid - Jakarta

From 1,181 $

Shipping rates from United States to Indonesia

new york - belawan, sumatra
DV20
$ 660
DV40
$ 709
40HC
$ 1,178
charleston - semarang, java
DV20
$ 760
DV40
$ 1,051
40HC
$ 2,822
long beach - surabaya
DV20
$ 762
DV40
$ 1,271
40HC
$ 1,206
long beach - jakarta
DV20
$ 762
DV40
$ 1,501
40HC
$ 1,010
charleston - semarang, java
DV20
$ 810
DV40
$ 800
40HC
$ 3,040

Shipping rates from Spain to Indonesia

barcelona - semarang, java
DV20
$ 1,096
DV40
$ 1,858
40HC
$ 1,394
valencia - belawan, sumatra
DV20
$ 1,227
DV40
$ 1,444
40HC
$ 3,325
barcelona - tanjung pandan
DV20
$ 1,245
DV40
$ 1,060
40HC
$ 1,060
valencia - tanjung pandan
DV20
$ 1,252
DV40
$ 630
40HC
$ 1,916
algeciras - belawan, sumatra
DV20
$ 1,256
DV40
$ 1,536
40HC
$ 1,536

How much does it cost to ship a container from Indonesia

Shipping rates from Indonesia to United States

jakarta - oakland
DV20
$ 1,539
DV40
$ 9,530
40HC
$ 4,582
semarang, java - mobile
DV20
$ 2,459
DV40
$ 5,406
40HC
$ 8,492
belawan, sumatra - savannah
DV20
$ 2,466
DV40
$ 3,186
40HC
$ 9,110
belawan, sumatra - savannah
DV20
$ 2,539
DV40
$ 7,656
40HC
$ 6,543
surabaya - san antonio
DV20
$ 2,554
DV40
$ 6,350
40HC
$ 4,061

Shipping rates from Indonesia to Spain

semarang, java - barcelona
DV20
$ 1,493
DV40
$ 1,938
40HC
$ 2,594
jakarta - barcelona
DV20
$ 1,493
DV40
$ 2,669
40HC
$ 3,629
jakarta - valencia
DV20
$ 1,493
DV40
$ 6,237
40HC
$ 2,863
jakarta - barcelona
DV20
$ 1,549
DV40
$ 2,882
40HC
$ 3,628
jakarta - valencia
DV20
$ 1,549
DV40
$ 4,527
40HC
$ 2,953

Shipping rates from Indonesia to Dominican Republic

semarang, java - caucedo
DV20
$ 11,332
DV40
$ 2,764
40HC
$ 11,758
semarang, java - rio haina
DV20
$ 11,332
DV40
$ 2,764
40HC
$ 11,758
jakarta - caucedo
DV20
$ 11,332
DV40
$ 8,291
40HC
$ 7,130
jakarta - rio haina
DV20
$ 11,332
DV40
$ 8,291
40HC
$ 7,390
surabaya - caucedo
DV20
$ 11,332
DV40
$ 11,758
40HC
$ 11,758

Ship containers to different ports in Indonesia

Ship your container to Indonesia in FCL (Full Container Load) or LCL (Less than a Container Load) shipment at the best rate. iContainers operates in 13 ports in Indonesia from the United States and in 16 ports in Indonesia from Spain for ocean freight transport.

Estimated transit time to send a container to Indonesia

Continent of originCountry of originPort of originPort of destinationTransit time (days)20DV FCL
EuropeSpainSanta Cruz De TenerifeJakarta711,530$
EuropeSpainLas PalmasJakarta561,380$
AmericaUnited StatesWilmingtonJakarta531,615$
AmericaUnited StatesCharlotteJakarta41,744$
AmericaUnited StatesGreensboroJakarta41,990$
AmericaUnited StatesHuntsvilleJakarta41,986$

Longest transit time to Indonesia

The longest transit time to ship a container to Indonesia is the route Santa Cruz De Tenerife - Jakarta, with an average of 71 days. The next longest routes are Las Palmas - Jakarta, with an average of 56 days and Wilmington - Jakarta, with an average of 53 days.

Shortest transit time to Indonesia

The shortest transit time to ship a container to Indonesia is the route Charlotte - Jakarta, with an average of 4 days. The next shortest routes are Greensboro - Jakarta, with an average of 4 days; and Huntsville - Jakarta, with an average of 4 days.

Top 5 routes for shipping containers to Indonesia

At iContainers, you can find 286 routes for sending containers to Indonesia. Here are the top 5 routes:

OriginDestination
BarcelonaJakarta
Long BeachJakarta
Los AngelesJakarta
New YorkJakarta
ValenciaJakarta

Shipping to/from LATAM in 2021

Discover how to import or export from/to LATAM and avoid delays on your cargo. Includes Incoterms and documents.

Shipping to/from LATAM eBook
Klaus Lydsal

"Customs duties play an important role in your international shipment. How they're determined and calculated varies from country to country"

Klaus Lydsal, vice president of operations at iContainers