Shipping goods to Europe

Shipping goods to Europe by sea

International integration is expanding, making trade between countries more convenient. People's living standards are getting higher and higher, which means great demands. This is an opportunity for developed countries in terms of goods import and export. European freight service has been the strength of our company for the past 10 years. The seaports in Europe that we have shipped such as: Leharve, Rotterdam, Southampton, Antwerp, Hamburg, Felixtowe, Zeebruge, Stockholm, ...

1. Peace Logistics' FCL, LCL sea freight.

We specialize in providing leading sea freight services in Vietnam. The company has close relationships with shipping lines in the world such as: YML, HMM, ONE, COSCO, OOCL, SITC, MCC, CSCL, ...

With a team of experienced staff, quick customs procedures to ensure the interests of customers.

2. Peace Logistics' main market in Europe In Europe.

Our main market includes countries such as Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, France, UK, etc.

3. Seaports in Europe

3.1 Port of Rotterdam (Netherlands)


The Port of Rotterdam is the largest port in Europe, located in the city of Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands. Currently, the port accounts for 38% of the total volume of goods moving by sea into Europe. The Netherlands is a hub for transshipment of maritime goods between countries in the European region and other continents. Currently, logistics accounts for 4.5% of GDP and 12.6% of total spending in this country.

3.2 Port of Hamburg (Germany)

The Port of Hamburg is a port in  Germany, on river Elbe. The port is 110 km from the mouth of the Elbe River into the  North Sea. It is the second busiest port in Europe (after the port of Rotterdam) in terms of TEU  throughput, and the 11th largest worldwide.

3.3 Port of Leharve (France)

The port of Le Havre is the largest container port and the second largest commercial port in France by total tons of cargo, with 3 berths, 14 berths, and 13 anchorages. The port is 10,000 hectares wide, with a capacity of 20,000 TEUs of container ships, receiving 72 million tons of cargo in 2018, including nearly 42 million tons of bulk cargo and about 6000 ships entering and leaving the port including 403 giant ships. The canal system, Canal de Tancarville and Grand Canal du Havre, connects the city of Le Havre with Sein.

3.4 Port of Southampton (UK)

The Port of Southampton, home to the busiest pier and second largest container port in the country after Port Felixstowe, is located in the central south coast area of ​​the UK, about 7 km from Southampton International Airport, with an external storage area. The sky spans over 85 hectares, the covered warehouse is 66,500 m2, the average volume of goods per year is 35,000,000 tons.

3.5 Port of Antwerp (Belgium)

The Port of Antwerp is the  second largest port in Europe in terms of freight volume. Located on the right bank of the river Scheldt, about 88km southeast of the North Sea, it is one of Europe's main gateways to the sea. The port can accommodate large capesize bulk carriers.

The Port of Antwerp is a general port capable of loading and unloading all kinds of products. Antwerp is also Europe's leading port of loading and unloading and is home to more than 200 forwarding companies specializing in handling bagged goods, including steel, forest products, fruits, etc. The port is equipped with 1,474 tanks to store 3,600,000 cubic meters of liquid cargo. Container goods are delivered and delivered at specialized container ports. In addition, bulk cargo handled at the port includes coal, iron ore, non-ferrous metals, cement, minerals, fertilizers, and kaolin clay. The port has also expanded the terminal for loading and unloading cars and trucks.

The cost of shipping depends on the place of departure and destination, and also depends on the accompanying service you choose.

Above is the basic information about shipping services to Europe routes by sea. There are many ports in the world that our company has done.

If you have a need, please contact us for the best advice and quote! For more detailed information about the international shipping services that PEACE provides, please contact PEACE or contact the phone number: 0911.529.168 (Ms.Lisa) Or visit the website to update more information:

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