Ship to Nigeria by Container
DelarFreight and Logistics Limited can get your items to Nigeria today! We Full Container Load (FCL) and Less Than Container Load (LCL) and Truck Load services to the Nigerian ports of Lagos and Tin Can Island. Our timely and cost-effective carrier solutions will ensure your Goods or even industrial machinery arrives at the right destination.
Whether you prefer to drop-off your Goods at one of our locations or have one of our team members pick it up at a residence or business location, DelarFreight and Logistics Limited promises a speedy delivery overseas.
Ship a Car to Nigeria by Container
Shipping your vehicle via container is a great option for cars, trucks, or motorcycles that need special protection from the elements or are currently non-operational. DelarFreight and Logistics Limited offers fast, reliable, and efficient delivery to Nigeria in secure 20 or 40 ft shipping containers.
You can choose a shared container with other cars and trucks being shipped from the same port or keep your favorite roadster in prime space with an exclusive container. Our experienced team can ship a single vehicle in a 20 ft container or package 4 cars in a 40 ft container, saving you the most on the cost per car. Our container shipping service to Nigeria selects the best routes possible to ensure speedy delivery, with 3-4 weeks typical arrival times. Quest a quote to book a container space and have DelarFreight and Logistics Limited ship your vehicle to Lagos or Tin Can Island Ports.
Ship a Car to Nigeria by RoRo
RORO has become most popular auto shipping method and is preferred by many customers who do not require container shipping for their vehicle. Rather than boxing your vehicle and having it crane lifted onto the barge, this service allows our team to drive your automobile, truck, or trailer on-and-off the ship with its own wheels.
The RORO vehicle is then strapped to ship’s deck to keep it from shifting around during the ocean voyage. DelarFreight and Logistics Limited offers the RORO option as a less expensive, reliable, and speedy shipping method to Tin Can Island or Lagos Port in Nigeria.