Do you need to ship a container from Antwerp to Navegantes (BRNVT)? Sea freight has many pluses: you can ship heavy cargo for a good price, it’s transparant and you can track the cargo in real time. Ship a container overseas with food or furniture is very easy with e.g. Matson. When you want to forward a container, you can choose from many different sizes and types of shipping containers. Shipping by sea is primarily divided into two types: a full container just for your freight (FCL) and (LCL) and partial shipments. Via our transport agents we give dedicated information for international transport Navegantes (BR NVT). We get you extensive information about the different types and ways of sea freight. For this we offer a practical step-by-step plan. Contact u directly and you will get a competitive quote with low prices and great conditions.
- Ocean shipping is a smart, safe and low cost-way to export or import international containers.
- Compared to air freight, you have lower costs and more time for document processing.
- Sea freight is an often chosen option for worldwide movings and transporting break bulk or consumer goods.
- The Port of Navegantes is one of the most important ports in Brazil.
- The range of containers includes: standaard 20 ft, 40 ft and 40 HC and Flat Rack, Dry Van, Insulated, Tank, Refrigerated, Open-Top containers.
- Shipment to harbor Navegantes from Antwerp (Belgium)
- Export plan in 5 steps in July 2022
- Selecting the container that suits the freight
- Important specifications of the 20ft container
- Specifications of a 40 FT container
- What is FCL shipping and what are the benefits?
- The advantages of Less than container (LCL)
- Special containers for special freight
- Overview with cargo types
- All you need to know about international transport (FAQ)
Shipping to Navegantes (BRNVT) from Antwerp (BEANR)
Ocean freight shipping is the process of shipping goods by sea using containers. Your products are stored in shipping containers. The freight forwarder (the middleman) ensures that a container is ready. The freight goes by truck to the shipping vessel at the departing port Navegantes (BR NVT), and will be shipped by sea to the recipient at the POD (port of destination). There are different kind of options: port-to-door, door-to-door, port-to-port, door-to-port. In the following paragraph you will find some basic data of the port of destination.
|Port of departure||Port of Antwerp (BEANR)|
|Country of departure||Belgium|
|Port of destination||Port of Navegantes|
|Country of destination||Brazil|
|Transportation time||+/- 24 days|
|Office address||Anibal Gaya, 707 Centro Navegantes, SC 88375-000, Brazil|
Freight Forwarder Antwerp – port of Navegantes
- Cargo details
Enter the departing port and the arrival port. Choose how you want to transport: full containers (FCL) or LCL (Less than Container Load). You can also choose the size of the container (20-foot, 40-foot, or a 40-foot high cube).
- Freight preparations
To start with, ensure the cargo is packed appropriately for carriage. To ensure that the cargo remains in good condition, ensure that your cargo is always placed on pallets. Don’t forget to label the cargo!
- Export documents
When you import cargo from Navegantes (BRNVT), you should organize various export documents (on behalf of national customs): export/import customs declaration, bill of lading, commercial invoice, packing declaration, certificates of origin. A Bill of Lading is a required document that is completed by a carrier describing the correct state of goods and that everything is ready to ship.
- Make a choice for Incoterms
Incoterms are relevant for traders to define obligations, costs, and risks involved in the delivery of goods. The Incoterm shows who is responsible for e.g transit, insurance and customs clearance. Popular incoterms are Free On Board (FOB), Delivery Duty Paid (DDP), Cost, Insurance Freight (CIF).
- Follow your cargo live
Use container track and trace to check where your container is right now. You can get a sms or mail when the cargo is departed from POL (Port of loading), has been transferred to the POD (port of destination) and when the cargo has reached its desired final destination.
Sea freight from Navegantes (BRNVT) to Antwerp (BEANR): match your cargo with container type
You received an order and want to ship a container from port of Navegantes – (BR NVT) to port of Antwerp – (BE ANR)? The first step is to book the right container for your cargo. There are smaller and bigger boxes (twenty foot, forty foot) and different ways to fill a container (FCL shipping or LCL shipping). Some main shipping lines are CMA CGM, MSC. Well-known cities around the harbor are Navegantes, Itajaí, Camboriú, Penha, Itapema, Barra Velha, Porto Belo, Gaspar, Brusque, Tijucas, Blumenau, São João Batista, Pomerode, Indaial, Araquari, Guaramirim, Jaraguá do Sul, Timbó, Schroeder, Biguaçu. In the following summary you can compare all types and read more about the most popular container types. You can also click through to our page about Hard-Top Container.
Details of a 20 foot container
20 FT containers (which is a standard dry van) is the most common and available size. They are quite easy to transport, which ensures low handling costs. Particularly suitable for the transport of personal effects or international removals. What you might not know: A TEU stands for Twenty-foot Equivalent Unit.
- This box is widely used for transporting cargo by sea.
- A 20-foot container know the following size description: 5.90m x 2,35m x 2,39m.
- A 20’ft container can hold eleven pallets.
- A lot can be loaded in terms of goods weight: +/- 27.500 kg.
Explanation about a 40 ft container
The 40-foot container offers twice as much space as the 20-footer. Te 40ft is twice as big as the more standard 20ft. This makes it a very popular choice for shipping large volumes of cargo. Good to know: you can also opt for a taller ‘high cube’ variant. You’ve got just a little extra height. Very suitable for high products.
- Used for dry freight of all kinds.
- The format is almost always the same: 12200 mm × 2440 mm × 2590 mm.
- The FEU can hold between 20 and 24 pallets.
- The maximum load is +/- 28.400 kilogram.
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What is a Full Container (FCL)?
If your goods don’t fit in a small (shared) container, than you can reserve your own full container. Freight carriers then talk about FCL (Full Container Load). There is no need to share it with other shippers. It is a popular transport method: Usually a faster transit time, less risk of damage during the logistics process and it’s more cost-effective. There are of course also drawbacks: the transport over land is more complex (truck) and unloading can be a hassle. Another departure port? Also check Rotterdam to Navegantes (BRNVT) and Hamburg to Navegantes (BRNVT).
- The idea of FCL is that your goods are stored in a fully owned container.
- Perfect for bulk, expensive and fragile goods.
- It is cheaper when the shipment uses more than 10 pallets.
- Available at: e.g. Maersk, COSCO, Hapag-Lloyd, MSC, ONE.
When is a LCL container a good choice?
With a small freight, your goods will be shipped with other cargo. You choose a LCL (Less Than Container Load) contract. The idea of LCL is that you share the container with other importers. You benefit from many advantages: it’s perfect for shipping small loads, you spend less on inventory space and lower sourcing risk. Notable: if you have a cargo load that is more than half a container unit, then FCL is a better choice. The shipping costs are calculated on the basis of the dimensions and weight of the cargo.
- LCL means that your shipment is taking up only a part of a partial container.
- Ideal for transport volumes between 2 m3 & 15,5 m3.
- Deal for cargo that does not fill the entire container.
- Can be booked via practical all shipping lines.
- Available at: e.g. Yang Ming, HMM, Wan Hai, ZIM, Evergreen.
Other types of containers and customization
There is a wide range of boxes for shipping your items. Shipping companies offer a suitable solution for every cargo type. A Dry van is the most common type of freight transportation. There are innovative and special constructions for liquid bulk, onions, potatoes, vegetables or high class goods. We’ve explained it all below. You can also check more information about shipping to Minneapolis (USMES), port of Dalian (CNDLC), Ningbo (CNNGB) harbor and terminal Lirquen (CLLQN).
- Bulk Containers: often used for dry bulk cargo like like grain and ore.
- Flat Rack Containers: the walls allows for the loading of cargo from the top and/or sides.
- Hard-Top Containers: a specialized version of general dry van (with special roof).
- High-Cube Containers: are used to carry lightweight, high volume cargo (with extra height).
- Insulated Containers: for shipping of products that need to be maintained at specific temperatures.
- Open-Top Containers: for the transportation of goods like glass and marble blocks.
- Palletwide Containers: ideal for transporting euro pallets.
- Refrigerated Containers: reefers are ideal for moving temperature-sensitive cargo.
- Tank Containers: for the transport of liquids, gases and powders as bulk cargo.
- Ventilated Containers: specially for cargoes which have to be ventilated in transit.
Important types of ocean cargo: what are you going to transport?
Exporting load by ocean from Antwerp (BEANR) to Navegantes (BRNVT) has a lot of pluses: low maintenance cost, particularly interesting for bulk cargo and it is much more environmentally friendly than air freight. The most important ocean cargo via sea import/export routes are: neo bulk, dry bulk, break bulk, roll on/roll off, liquid bulk. Below we explain some goods/cargo.
- Car shipping: reliable import and export of a vehicle via sea shipping.
- House Moving: choose reliable transport options for personal items (relocation).
- Removals (Household Goods): Ships your household effects / furniture quickly and affordable.
- Liquid Bulk: e.g. petroleum, diesel, chemicals, kerosene, gasoline, hydrogen.
- Dry Bulk: grain, coal, iron ore but also rods, sand, coils, plates.
- Roll on Roll off (RORO): the vessel is designed so that vehicles or loads can be entered straight by rolling.
- Breakbulk: For the transport of cargo that don’t fit in standard-size shipping containers or cargo bins.
- Retail & other: items like toys, medical/pharmacy, electronic goods, art and antiques, sports equipment + drinks, food, shoes, machines, fashion.
All you need to know about international transport (FAQ)
How long does it take a cargo ship from Antwerp to Navegantes?
Shipping a container from Antwerp (BE) to Navegantes takes approx 24 days. The distance to be covered is about 5550 nautical miles (NM). This is roughly equivalent to 10279 km. When you ship a sea container, there are 2 important values, ETD and ETA. ETD means the Expected or Estimated Time of Departure. Estimated time of arrival (ETA) is the date and time that a shipment is predicted to arrive. The precise shipping time depends on draft and speed, the sea conditions and type of shipment.
What are the all-in costs of shipping a container to Navegantes (BRNVT)?
Shipping rates from Antwerp (Belgium) to Navegantes (Brazil) are relatively expensive. The final invoice amount is determined by various components as cargo dimension, season and supply and demand. Contact us for the best rates and current transit times.
Which customs documents do I need for a shipment?
When shipping goods to Navegantes, then you should also think about customs clearance. You need to present the following documents: Certificate of Origin, Packing List, Bill of Lading, Insurance Certificate, Commercial Invoice, Letter of Credit. If you are not sure whether you will be charged extra or not, please contact the customs of Brazil or navigate to the website of the port or the government (www.portonave.com.br).
What incoterm is the most appropriate?
Incoterms define who is responsible for each phase of shipping process. Common sea freight incoterms are CIF and FOB. Cost, Insurance and Freight (CIF) means the selling party arranges the carriage of the goods up to the required port. By Free on Board (FOB) we mean the seller is responsible for all expenses the goods until they are loaded on a shipping vessel. There are additionally more Incoterms 2000 like Carriage Paid To (CPT), Ex Works (EXW), Free Carrier (FCA), Delivered Duty Paid (DDP) and Cost and Freight (CFR), Delivered at Place Unloaded (DPU), Delivered At Place (DAP).