Import from the Indian Subcontinent to Spain

In TransGlory we offer weekly sailings to Spain from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Best services and neutrality guaranteed.

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Departures from the Indian Subcontinent

For our weekly direct sailings we work from: Nhava Sheva, Chennai, Mumbai, New Delhi and Tuticorin.

Weekly departures fom Chattogram.

Weekly services from Karachi.

When will my imported cargo arrive?

Maritime imports from Asia to Spain constitute one of the busiest trading routes. Transit time from the Indian Subcontinent can change depending on port of origin and traffic, but it usually takes from 23 to 30 days for a shipping container to arrive to Spain.

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How to import from the Indian Subcontinent

Along with China, the Indian Subcontinent has become, in recent years, one of the most important economic and commercial opportunity sources.

What’s the price of importing from the Indian Subcontinent?

Multiple elements affect the final cost of your booked freight, if its a direct or indirect service, if it’s LCL or FCL, the Incoterm and of course the port of origin.

But have in mind that other aspects play an important role too, like the kind of cargo you are importing (dangerous cargo, alcohol, tabacco…) or even the documents each specific country demands beyond the usual Bill of Lading, commercial invoice, etc.

Send your freight to Spain

Sending your cargo to Spain with TransGlory and our cargo management tool is really easy. Our online tool allows you to consult and get your shipping rates in just a few minutes as well as booking your cargo from the web itslef.

With you’ll also get access to all your information, documents, invoices and cargo notifications as well as an 24/7 cargo tracking of your shipment.

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International trade with España

The pandemic has left its mark in our global imports, but regarding those from the Indian Subcontinent they have tripled.

The most imported product from the region is clothing (95% of them from Bangladesh and 80% from Pakistan), followed by textiles and organic chemical products in the case of India.