How much does it cost to ship a container to Taiwan

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

Los Angeles - Keelung

From 879 $

Miami - Keelung

From 1,079 $

Long Beach - Keelung

From 1,158 $

Madrid - Keelung

From 1,096 $

Valencia - Keelung

From 1,175 $

Barcelona - Keelung

From 1,177 $

Shipping rates from United States to Taiwan

charleston - kaohsiung
DV20
$ 672
DV40
$ 960
40HC
$ 2,444
los angeles - kaohsiung
DV20
$ 677
DV40
$ 2,526
40HC
$ 1,397
norfolk - kaohsiung
DV20
$ 720
DV40
$ 1,168
40HC
$ 685
baltimore - kaohsiung
DV20
$ 747
DV40
$ 1,017
40HC
$ 3,010
savannah - kaohsiung
DV20
$ 749
DV40
$ 3,098
40HC
$ 768

Shipping rates from Spain to Taiwan

algeciras - kaohsiung
DV20
$ 1,209
DV40
$ 2,967
40HC
$ 2,070
algeciras - taoyuan
DV20
$ 1,214
DV40
$ 829
40HC
$ 829
madrid - keelung (chilung)
DV20
$ 1,219
DV40
$ 4,573
40HC
$ 1,630
barcelona - keelung (chilung)
DV20
$ 1,238
DV40
$ 2,616
40HC
$ 2,527
valencia - taichung
DV20
$ 1,238
DV40
$ 3,246
40HC
$ 4,242

How much does it cost to ship a container from Taiwan

Shipping rates from Taiwan to United States

kaohsiung - dallas
DV20
$ 955
DV40
$ 6,171
40HC
$ 6,171
kaohsiung - dallas
DV20
$ 955
DV40
$ 23,118
40HC
$ 31,486
kaohsiung - dallas
DV20
$ 990
DV40
$ 25,708
40HC
$ 25,763
kaohsiung - dallas
DV20
$ 1,065
DV40
$ 20,026
40HC
$ 8,141
kaohsiung - council bluffs
DV20
$ 3,100
DV40
$ 3,100
40HC
$ 18,645

Shipping rates from Taiwan to Spain

taoyuan - barcelona
DV20
$ 1,102
DV40
$ 3,074
40HC
$ 19,469
taichung - vigo
DV20
$ 5,602
DV40
$ 19,284
40HC
$ 1,767
taoyuan - valencia
DV20
$ 5,722
DV40
$ 2,321
40HC
$ 21,666
kaohsiung - barcelona
DV20
$ 5,899
DV40
$ 10,524
40HC
$ 19,355
keelung (chilung) - alicante
DV20
$ 5,963
DV40
$ 6,861
40HC
$ 13,400

Shipping rates from Taiwan to Dominican Republic

kaohsiung - rio haina
DV20
$ 9,961
DV40
$ 9,621
40HC
$ 8,587
kaohsiung - caucedo
DV20
$ 9,961
DV40
$ 9,621
40HC
$ 8,587
kaohsiung - rio haina
DV20
$ 11,805
DV40
$ 9,370
40HC
$ 9,313
kaohsiung - caucedo
DV20
$ 11,805
DV40
$ 9,370
40HC
$ 9,313
keelung (chilung) - caucedo
DV20
$ 12,239
DV40
$ 10,470
40HC
$ 12,192

Ship containers to different ports in Taiwan

Ship your container to Taiwan in FCL (Full Container Load) or LCL (Less than a Container Load) shipment at the best rate. iContainers operates in 6 ports in Taiwan from the United States and in 6 ports in Taiwan from Spain for ocean freight transport.

Estimated transit time to send a container to Taiwan

Continent of originCountry of originPort of originPort of destinationTransit time (days)20DV FCL
EuropeSpainBarcelonaKeelung (Chilung)581,200$
EuropeSpainValenciaKeelung (Chilung)561,200$
AmericaUnited StatesNewarkKeelung (Chilung)552,500$
AmericaUnited StatesAtlanta, GaKeelung (Chilung)41,878$
AmericaUnited StatesBuffaloKeelung (Chilung)42,524$
AmericaUnited StatesColumbusKeelung (Chilung)42,125$

Longest transit time to Taiwan

The longest transit time to ship a container to Taiwan is the route Barcelona - Keelung (Chilung), with an average of 58 days. The next longest routes are Valencia - Keelung (Chilung), with an average of 56 days and Newark - Keelung (Chilung), with an average of 55 days.

Shortest transit time to Taiwan

The shortest transit time to ship a container to Taiwan is the route Atlanta, Ga - Keelung (Chilung), with an average of 4 days. The next shortest routes are Buffalo - Keelung (Chilung), with an average of 4 days; and Columbus - Keelung (Chilung), with an average of 4 days.

Top 5 routes for shipping containers to Taiwan

At iContainers, you can find 274 routes for sending containers to Taiwan. Here are the top 5 routes:

OriginDestination
BarcelonaKeelung (Chilung)
Chicago, IlKeelung (Chilung)
Los AngelesKeelung (Chilung)
New YorkKeelung (Chilung)
ValenciaKeelung (Chilung)

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