How much does it cost to ship a container to Malaysia

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

Los Angeles - Port Kelang

From 889 $

NEW YORK - Port Kelang

From 926 $

Miami - Port Kelang

From 1,313 $

Valencia - Port Kelang

From 1,094 $

Barcelona - Port Kelang

From 1,124 $

Madrid - Port Kelang

From 1,157 $

Shipping rates from United States to Malaysia

seattle - pasir gudang, johor
DV20
$ 724
DV40
$ 1,212
40HC
$ 1,212
charleston - tanjong pelepas
DV20
$ 727
DV40
$ 1,056
40HC
$ 1,000
miami - tanjong pelepas
DV20
$ 877
DV40
$ 1,290
40HC
$ 1,013
los angeles - penang
DV20
$ 889
DV40
$ 1,263
40HC
$ 926
los angeles - port kelang
DV20
$ 889
DV40
$ 1,297
40HC
$ 1,010

Shipping rates from Spain to Malaysia

barcelona - port kelang
DV20
$ 957
DV40
$ 1,406
40HC
$ 2,355
algeciras - kuantan (tanjong gelang)
DV20
$ 1,012
DV40
$ 2,738
40HC
$ 2,880
barcelona - penang
DV20
$ 1,166
DV40
$ 2,203
40HC
$ 1,961
barcelona - penang
DV20
$ 1,182
DV40
$ 2,762
40HC
$ 2,092
bilbao - port kelang
DV20
$ 1,194
DV40
$ 3,042
40HC
$ 3,627

How much does it cost to ship a container from Malaysia

Shipping rates from Malaysia to United States

pasir gudang, johor - seattle
DV20
$ 1,605
DV40
$ 2,013
40HC
$ 11,059
port kelang - oakland
DV20
$ 1,905
DV40
$ 1,879
40HC
$ 12,481
port kelang - portland
DV20
$ 2,136
DV40
$ 6,739
40HC
$ 7,486
tanjong pelepas - tacoma
DV20
$ 2,190
DV40
$ 4,527
40HC
$ 5,057
pasir gudang, johor - seattle
DV20
$ 2,342
DV40
$ 1,968
40HC
$ 22,002

Shipping rates from Malaysia to Spain

kuching, sarawak - valencia
DV20
$ 1,410
DV40
$ 9,421
40HC
$ 6,565
penang - barcelona
DV20
$ 2,602
DV40
$ 10,509
40HC
$ 9,704
pasir gudang, johor - valencia
DV20
$ 4,818
DV40
$ 2,860
40HC
$ 2,699
pasir gudang, johor - barcelona
DV20
$ 5,385
DV40
$ 10,444
40HC
$ 2,872
pasir gudang, johor - valencia
DV20
$ 5,484
DV40
$ 2,621
40HC
$ 2,160

Shipping rates from Malaysia to Dominican Republic

penang - caucedo
DV20
$ 11,332
DV40
$ 2,475
40HC
$ 2,213
penang - rio haina
DV20
$ 11,332
DV40
$ 2,475
40HC
$ 2,213
port kelang - caucedo
DV20
$ 11,332
DV40
$ 11,741
40HC
$ 11,741
port kelang - rio haina
DV20
$ 11,332
DV40
$ 11,741
40HC
$ 11,741
port kelang - caucedo
DV20
$ 13,157
DV40
$ 13,530
40HC
$ 13,530

Ship containers to different ports in Malaysia

Ship your container to Malaysia in FCL (Full Container Load) or LCL (Less than a Container Load) shipment at the best rate. iContainers operates in 12 ports in Malaysia from the United States and in 8 ports in Malaysia from Spain for ocean freight transport.

Estimated transit time to send a container to Malaysia

Continent of originCountry of originPort of originPort of destinationTransit time (days)20DV FCL
AmericaUnited StatesTampaPort Kelang691,550$
EuropeSpainSanta Cruz De TenerifePort Kelang682,070$
AmericaUnited StatesMobilePort Kelang671,770$
AmericaUnited StatesAtlanta, GaPort Kelang41,710$
AmericaUnited StatesBuffaloPort Kelang42,578$
AmericaUnited StatesColumbusPort Kelang41,931$

Longest transit time to Malaysia

The longest transit time to ship a container to Malaysia is the route Tampa - Port Kelang, with an average of 69 days. The next longest routes are Santa Cruz De Tenerife - Port Kelang, with an average of 68 days and Mobile - Port Kelang, with an average of 67 days.

Shortest transit time to Malaysia

The shortest transit time to ship a container to Malaysia is the route Atlanta, Ga - Port Kelang, with an average of 4 days. The next shortest routes are Buffalo - Port Kelang, with an average of 4 days; and Columbus - Port Kelang, with an average of 4 days.

Top 5 routes for shipping containers to Malaysia

At iContainers, you can find 301 routes for sending containers to Malaysia. Here are the top 5 routes:

OriginDestination
JacksonvillePort Kelang
Kansas City, MoPort Kelang
MiamiPort Kelang
New YorkPort Kelang
SavannahPort Kelang

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