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:

Houston - MALAGA

From 750 $

Miami - MALAGA

From 2,346 $

NEW YORK - MALAGA

From 2,385 $

Baltimore - MALAGA

From 2,698 $

Long Beach - MALAGA

From 3,624 $

Estimated transit time to send a container to Malaga

Continent of originCountry of originPort of originPort of destinationTransit time (days)20DV FCL
AmericaUnited StatesOaklandMalaga433,904$
AmericaUnited StatesSeattleMalaga423,904$
AmericaUnited StatesLong BeachMalaga413,904$
AsiaIndiaTuticorinMalaga174,300$
AsiaIndiaMundraMalaga144,050$
AsiaSri LankaColomboMalaga134,700$

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 Colombo - Malaga, with an average of 13 days. The next shortest routes are Mundra - Malaga, with an average of 14 days; and Tuticorin - Malaga, with an average of 17 days.

Top 5 routes for shipping containers to Malaga

At iContainers, you can find 25 routes for sending containers to Malaga. Here are the top 5 routes:

OriginDestination
Buenos AiresMalaga
MiamiMalaga
RotterdamMalaga
ShanghaiMalaga
VeracruzMalaga

Peak Season 2021

Dive into the factors affecting this year’s peak season and their impact, as well as the advice and tips needed to begin planning your shipment

Peak Season 2021 eBook
Klaus Lydsal

"Shippers should plan as far in advance as possible. With COVID on the map and lack of space, this season will be more unpredictable than the previous one, with rates never seen"

Klaus Lydsal, vice president of operations at iContainers