When shipping from Miami you can chose between the Port of Miami and Port Everglades. These two ports are jointly responsible for the movement of 1.8 million TEUs of contained cargo as well as nearly 8 million cruise passengers annually. iContainers international online freight forwarding service can ship to or from either of these ports. Find out more about these ports by clicking here.
The Port of Valencia is Spain’s busiest port in terms of containerized traffic. The port also ranks in the top 10 of European ports and the top 50 world ports with an annual traffic capacity of around 4,210,000 TEUs as of 2010. iContainers international freight forwarding service can ship to or from the Port of Valencia. The port also benefits from its location, being one of the first and last ports in Mediterranean maritime traffic.
LCL transit times from Miami to Valencia tend to range around 32 days, though faster ocean freight services may be available. Most shipments between Los Angeles to Valencia occur every 7 days.
The Spanish government operates a consulate in Los Angeles. The Consulate’s address is 2655 Le Jeune Rd, Suite 203, Coral Gables, FL 33134 and they can be reached by phone at (305) 446-5511.
1 CBM LCL : $330
2 CBM LCL : $400
5 CBM LCL : $640
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