Ship containers to Malaga from different ports

If you are planning to ship a container to Malaga 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 Malaga

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

Miami - MALAGA

From 2,483 $

NEW YORK - MALAGA

From 2,505 $

Houston - MALAGA

From 3,394 $

Los Angeles - MALAGA

From 4,882 $

Long Beach - MALAGA

From 4,882 $

Estimated transit time to send a container to Malaga

Continent of originCountry of originPort of originPort of destinationTransit time (days)20DV FCL
AmericaUnited StatesOaklandMalaga434,519$
AmericaUnited StatesSeattleMalaga424,519$
AmericaUnited StatesLong BeachMalaga414,519$
AmericaUnited StatesJacksonvilleMalaga172,439$
AsiaSri LankaColomboMalaga151,675$
AmericaUnited StatesSt LouisMalaga73,244$

Longest transit time to Malaga

The longest transit time to ship a container to Malaga is the route Oakland - Malaga, with an average of 43 days. The next longest routes are Seattle - Malaga, with an average of 42 days and Long Beach - Malaga, with an average of 41 days.

Shortest transit time to Malaga

The shortest transit time to ship a container to Malaga is the route St Louis - Malaga, with an average of 7 days. The next shortest routes are Colombo - Malaga, with an average of 15 days; and Jacksonville - Malaga, with an average of 17 days.

Top 5 routes for shipping containers to Malaga

At iContainers, you can find 46 routes for sending containers to Malaga. Here are the top 5 routes:

OriginDestination
Buenos AiresMalaga
Houston, TxMalaga
MiamiMalaga
Shanghai PortMalaga
TampaMalaga

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