The port of MINNEAPOLIS is one of the sea port in AMERICA where iContainers operate.
These are examples of the cheapest rates for 20 foot FCL container shipping to Minneapolis
Algeciras - Minneapolis
From 8,727 $
Barcelona - Minneapolis
From 8,668 $
Madrid - Minneapolis
From 8,673 $
Valencia - Minneapolis
From 8,737 $
Bilbao - Minneapolis
From 8,846 $
These are examples of the cheapest rates for 20 foot FCL container shipping from Minneapolis
Minneapolis - Valencia
From 1,892 $
Minneapolis - Barcelona
From 1,892 $
Minneapolis - Tarragona
From 2,771 $
|Vessel name||Voyage Number||Nationality||Departure date (aprox)||Documents cut-off||Cut-off|
|AL KHARJ||006E HLCU||05 Dec/2022||30 Nov/2022||30 Nov/2022|
|AL KHARJ||006E HLCU||12 Dec/2022||07 Dec/2022||07 Dec/2022|
|AL KHARJ||006E HLCU||19 Dec/2022||14 Dec/2022||14 Dec/2022|
There are not recent departures from the port of Minneapolis at the moment.
|Vessel name||Voyage Number||Nationality||Arrival date (estimated)|
|MONTREAL EXPRESS||17W21 OOLU||05 Dec/2022|
|MONTREAL EXPRESS||17W21 OOLU||12 Dec/2022|
|MONTREAL EXPRESS||17W21 OOLU||19 Dec/2022|
There are not recent arrivals to the port of Minneapolis at the moment.
|Continent of origin||Country of origin||Port of origin||Port of destination||Transit time (days)||20DV FCL|
The longest transit time to ship a container to Minneapolis is the route Bilbao - Minneapolis, with an average of 23 days. The next longest routes are Vigo - Minneapolis, with an average of 23 days and Madrid - Minneapolis, with an average of 13 days.
The shortest transit time to ship a container to Minneapolis is the route Algeciras - Minneapolis, with an average of 7 days. The next shortest routes are Barcelona - Minneapolis, with an average of 10 days; and Zaragoza - Minneapolis, with an average of 10 days.
At iContainers, you can find 398 routes for sending containers to Minneapolis. Here are the top 5 routes:
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