Are you looking for a shipping company to help you with shipping your cargo to Angola? You must ask us for a shipping rate to Angola! We have extended knowledge and ability in this domain and handled many different types of cargo. When calling ask for Selina as she handled many shipments to Angola and fully aware of each step of the regulation.
Shipping containers to Angola: If the shipment is sailing from one of the US Ports the 20 and 40 feet dry and the flat rack and open top are the available container options. USG Shipping Line offers shipping services to Angola and we have all the necessary ability to deliver your goods. We recommend you complete a Pre-Inspection before shipping to Angola from the country of origin, but this is not a need. The Pre-Inspection will help the consignee to process customs clearance in Angola. If you are shipping cars in Angola, you should always check all the import regulations and restrictions. Please note for shipping containers to Angola we need 2 weeks’ notice prior of booking date.
Shipping to Luanda: Since we have a direct contract with Maersk Container Line, we can offer the fastest transit and the lowest rates to Luanda. All the other Shipping Lines to Luanda have longer transits and usually offer only 5 days free of charge at the destination. We have 21 days free with CMA CGM if there is auto in the container. We offer weekly ocean freight to Luanda and that is from any ports in the US.
We also offer roll-on-roll-off services to Malongo and Lubito for your cars or boats. Here at USG, we will take care of all your needs for shipping to Angola including the CNCA number which has to be listed in the Bill of Lading. For shipping your cargo to Angola, you’ll need to follow all the documentation requirements, otherwise, the customs clearance will become very complicated. It is helpful to contact the Embassy of Angola, in Washington DC, for any other information about customs in Angola.
As far as Air Freight to Angola the service is available, and we offer this service for both small and large items to the Airport and maybe a door in Angola.
Angola, officially the Republic of Angola, is a country in Southern Africa. It is the seventh-largest country in Africa, bordered by Namibia to the south, the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the north, Zambia to the east, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. The exclave province of Cabinda (which separated from the mainland) borders the Republic of the Congo and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Angola is the only African country with Portuguese as the official language.
2.49 million of the 28.81 countries inhabitants live in the capital and largest city of Angola, Luanda. Luanda has many terminals able to receive containers, over-sized and Roll-on-roll-off cargo. A new deep-water port in Angola known as Port of Caio developed in northern Cabinda Province. Built as a 3-part project, the first part scheduled in 2017 and it is to ease newer larger vessels bringing in up to 5,000 TEUs and cut the traffic for the port facilities of Soyo, Luanda, Lobito, and Namibia dotted along the western coastline to the south of Cabinda. Angola is the third largest Partner of US in the Sub-Saharan part of Africa. The largest volume of export to Angola is Petroleum, Machinery, Poultry, and Iron Structures.