Tag Archives: ro-ro shipping

Shipping heavy equipment overseas

Globalization, free trade agreement, World Trade Organization; these are the words we all hear almost every day. What purpose do they serve? Well, they all contribute to a better trade system to maximize profits and lower costs. World today is more interconnected than it has ever been. Manufacturers in US ship their products to Asia and Chinese products are imported in to US on a…

Shipping Buses to Central America from USA

21 century has been very successful for some Central American states, one example is Costa Rica, where tourism is booming and recent policies adapted by the Costa Rican government have triggered a massive inflow of foreign direct investment (FDI) in to the country. Not surprisingly tourism is one of the industries that has been flourishing in the region. It is the only region in the…

International Recreational Vehicle Shipping via Rollon Rolloff

Recreational vehicles are usually large in size to accommodate travelers who want to spend some time on the road. They usually have a bathroom, a bedroom and a dining room, so it takes a space when it comes to the size of a vehicle. The size of the RV has presented a challenge when it comes to transportation of these vehicles. One of the most…

International Roll-on Roll-off Services

People have their vehicles, equipment or personal belongings shipped internationally have their choice of different methods of shipment. However, the most popular method is international roll-on roll-off services. If you’re shipping a boat, Roll-on roll-off (RO/RO) is the most recommended way for shipment. It provides a secure and safe way to transport the boat while eliminating damage to the boat while it’s at sea. The…

Calculating Cost for Overseas Roll-on Roll-off Shipping

Roll-on Roll-off overseas shipping is a very efficient method of transporting vehicles (passenger cars, trucks, limos, buses, motorcycles, motorhomes, mobile cranes) and other rolling stock (boats on trailers, travel campers, towable generators) to other countries. It’s generally considered to be a cheaper option compared to international container shipping due to the absence of packing charges and lower terminal handling fees. However, not a lot of…