Export to the Indian Subcontinent from Spain
TransGlory offers weekly direct LCL neutral export services to the Indian Subcontinent from Spain. Always 100% neutral and with the best guarantees.
Our direct export services to the Indian Subcontinent are once a week from Spain to Nhava Sheva (India) and Karachi (Pakistan).
Other export services we offer are to Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, as well as other places in India like Bangalore or Tuticorin.
Contact our team for more information about the routes of your interest!
How long is the transit time?
Using an ocean freight service for your exports to the Indian Subcontinent means an approximate transit time of 30 days, always depending on the kind of service you choose and the traffic on the Asian maritime route as it’s one of the most busy in the world.
Check our website for the next departures from Spain to India or Pakistan.
Export to the Indian Subcontinent
The Indian Subcontinent, along with China, has become one of the main sources for economic and business opportunities, so imports and exports to its countries have been increasing.
How much is it?
The final cost of your freight will depend on the terms of your quotation like port of destination, Incoterms or cargo, but it also can depend on taxes, time of year and other surcharges that may occur. Ans as always it’s important to know if you’ll need other documents beyond the usual ones (BL, commercial invoice, etc.) to make sure there are no delays or penalties.
Send your shipment to the Indian Subcontinent
TransGlory aims to be your quality partner for all your international export and import operations. That’s why we’ve developed my.TransGlory.com an online cargo management tool specially designed for freight forwarders.
With it you’ll be able to get your rates and quotations, book your shipings and manage all documents as well as be able to track your shipment 24/7 and get instant notifications in case of any unexpected events.
International trade between Spain and the Indian Subcontinent has been affected by the pandemic but it’s expected for it to recover and continue stablishing itself as a growing market for Spanish exports.
These exports include, mainly: semimanufactures and consumer goods although in recent years there’s also been mechanical machinery sent to India and in Pakistan’s case defence material and raw materials like cotton, iron, zinc and copper.