Export to the Arabian Gulf
With TransGlory you can export from Spain to the main ports in the Arabian Gulf.
100% neutral services.
United Arab Emirates
Weekly departures to Dubai and Jebel Ali.
Sailings every two weeks to Jeddah.
Weekly services to Hamad (Doha).
What is the transit time?
Transit time for a maritime export to the Arabian Gulf will depends mostly on the kind of service, that is if it’s a direct or indirect service, as well as the final destination port. Our export services to Qatar or the United Arab Emirates have a transit time of aproximately 20 to 25 days but our services to Suadi Arabia take on average 15 days.
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We also offer indirect services to Iraq or Jordan. You can get in contact with our team for more information.
How to export to the Arabian Gulf
Exporting from Spain to the countries in the Arabian Gulf region falls under each of those countries international trading legislation. That’s why you’ll need to make sure to know if they have any special laws regarding exports (like forbiden or problematic cargo) and documentation (special taxes or documents beyond the usual one like the BL, commercial invoices, etc.)
How much will the export cost?
Knowing those legislations is very important when calculating your freight’s final cost but remember you’ll also have to consider the kind of container and service (LCL or FCL, direct or indirect), your cargo and the agreed Incoterm…
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The Persina Gulf region has become, thanks to oil and other raw materials, into one of the main markets worldwide, although the future may be uncertain regarding fossil fuels and the complicated economic perspectives of the region.
That said, Spanish exports to the Arabian Gulf are very diverse.
Spain’s main partners in the region are Suadi Arabia and United Arab Emirates, to which we mostly export mechanical and electric machinery. To Saudi Arabia also standout our exports of ceramic products and canned fruit and vegetables. In the UAE case aircrafts and space vehicles can also be found among Spanish exports.
Exports to Qatar mostly depend on the construction cicle of the country, but for the last years our exports to Qatar have mostly been the same as to their neightbours, mechanical and electric machinary, but also clothing (Spanish fashion labels have a strong presence) and ceramic products.