How much does it cost to ship a container to Thailand

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

Long Beach - Bangkok

From 943 $

Los Angeles - Bangkok

From 999 $

Miami - Bangkok

From 1,074 $

Madrid - Bangkok

From 1,185 $

Valencia - Bangkok

From 1,197 $

Barcelona - Bangkok

From 1,197 $

Shipping rates from United States to Thailand

los angeles - bangkok
DV20
$ 730
DV40
$ 1,207
40HC
$ 1,178
new york - laem chabang
DV20
$ 736
DV40
$ 1,088
40HC
$ 1,382
norfolk - laem chabang
DV20
$ 740
DV40
$ 884
40HC
$ 1,404
savannah - laem chabang
DV20
$ 776
DV40
$ 987
40HC
$ 987
new york - laem chabang
DV20
$ 776
DV40
$ 987
40HC
$ 1,139

Shipping rates from Spain to Thailand

barcelona - laem chabang
DV20
$ 974
DV40
$ 2,293
40HC
$ 1,839
barcelona - laem chabang
DV20
$ 990
DV40
$ 2,453
40HC
$ 2,024
valencia - laem chabang
DV20
$ 993
DV40
$ 1,967
40HC
$ 4,769
barcelona - laem chabang
DV20
$ 995
DV40
$ 2,096
40HC
$ 1,686
valencia - laem chabang
DV20
$ 997
DV40
$ 1,794
40HC
$ 2,298

How much does it cost to ship a container from Thailand

Shipping rates from Thailand to United States

laem chabang - los angeles
DV20
$ 2,844
DV40
$ 3,446
40HC
$ 15,915
laem chabang - long beach
DV20
$ 2,844
DV40
$ 3,446
40HC
$ 15,915
laem chabang - los angeles
DV20
$ 3,154
DV40
$ 3,721
40HC
$ 12,233
laem chabang - long beach
DV20
$ 3,154
DV40
$ 3,721
40HC
$ 12,233
bangkok - long beach
DV20
$ 3,286
DV40
$ 3,883
40HC
$ 12,392

Shipping rates from Thailand to Spain

bangkok - valencia
DV20
$ 2,262
DV40
$ 16,172
40HC
$ 16,368
laem chabang - valencia
DV20
$ 2,262
DV40
$ 16,172
40HC
$ 16,368
lat krabang - valencia
DV20
$ 2,427
DV40
$ 16,398
40HC
$ 16,588
lat krabang - valencia
DV20
$ 2,931
DV40
$ 13,005
40HC
$ 13,329
laem chabang - valencia
DV20
$ 2,931
DV40
$ 13,005
40HC
$ 13,329

Shipping rates from Thailand to Dominican Republic

laem chabang - rio haina
DV20
$ 8,524
DV40
$ 9,980
40HC
$ 9,980
laem chabang - caucedo
DV20
$ 8,524
DV40
$ 9,980
40HC
$ 9,980
laem chabang - caucedo
DV20
$ 9,011
DV40
$ 9,080
40HC
$ 9,080
laem chabang - rio haina
DV20
$ 9,011
DV40
$ 9,080
40HC
$ 9,080
laem chabang - caucedo
DV20
$ 9,508
DV40
$ 10,964
40HC
$ 10,964

Ship containers to different ports in Thailand

Ship your container to Thailand in FCL (Full Container Load) or LCL (Less than a Container Load) shipment at the best rate. iContainers operates in 4 ports in Thailand from the United States and in 4 ports in Thailand from Spain for ocean freight transport.

Estimated transit time to send a container to Thailand

Continent of originCountry of originPort of originPort of destinationTransit time (days)20DV FCL
EuropeSpainSanta Cruz De TenerifeBangkok752,120$
AmericaUnited StatesCincinnati, OhBangkok602,748$
AmericaUnited StatesMinneapolisBangkok604,507$
AmericaUnited StatesCharlestonBangkok241,793$
AmericaUnited StatesSeattleBangkok192,045$
AmericaUnited StatesOaklandBangkok151,965$

Longest transit time to Thailand

The longest transit time to ship a container to Thailand is the route Santa Cruz De Tenerife - Bangkok, with an average of 75 days. The next longest routes are Cincinnati, Oh - Bangkok, with an average of 60 days and Minneapolis - Bangkok, with an average of 60 days.

Shortest transit time to Thailand

The shortest transit time to ship a container to Thailand is the route Oakland - Bangkok, with an average of 15 days. The next shortest routes are Seattle - Bangkok, with an average of 19 days; and Charleston - Bangkok, with an average of 24 days.

Top 5 routes for shipping containers to Thailand

At iContainers, you can find 252 routes for sending containers to Thailand. Here are the top 5 routes:

OriginDestination
BarcelonaBangkok
Long BeachBangkok
Los AngelesBangkok
MadridBangkok
ValenciaBangkok

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