Import from South America Atlantic to Spain

Import to Spain from South America with TransGlory and our neutral LCL services.

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Direct import services

Weekly sailings from Santos.

Transit time will depend mainly on the service, if its direct or with transshipments, and the port of origin. Our service from Santos to Spain has an aproximate transit time of 16 days.

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We also offer indirect services from other Latin American countries consult with our teams what routes interest you.

How to import from South America

There are plenty of agreements between South American countries and Spain you can use to benefit from, but also consider that each country is different and has its own laws and prerequisities for international trade Knowing them can save your money and multiple headaches.

How much does it cost?

Like when exporting, cost of import depends on aspects you can control like port of origin and destination, kind of container, incoterm, service and cargo you choose…  But it also depends on more volatile aspects like congestion at ports, unexpected charges or delays…

Sending your shipping container to Spain

With , our online cargo managing tool, you’ll be able to optimize all your export and import operations to and from Spain.  Among it’s functionalities you can access our online quotation and booking services, schedules, cargo and much more.

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Commercial trade between Latin America and Spain

As a part of the Latin American market, relations between Spain and South America Atlantic are stable even if the pandemic has made its toll.  Even though, like with all continents, relationships always depend on the country.

Brazil is, together with Mexico, Spain’s main provider in the region and its 16th on a global scale. Main imports to our country are: fossil fuels, mineral oil, aores, slag and ash, and oilseeds.

Looking at Mexico, stand up too their imports to our country of fossil fuels, which nowadays represent more than 50% of said operations. Among the imports one can also find mechanical equipment, optical and measuring equipments and vehicles.