Cost Of Shipping A Container To Bolivia

How Much Does It Cost To Ship A Container To Bolivia?

Bolivia Container Shipping Cost
Bolivia Container Shipping Cost

Are you planning to relocate to Bolivia and have already picked your locality? Have you considered the freights required for shipping your home or office to another country?

From arranging the packaging process to guaranteeing safe transport to the overseas destination, international relocation necessitates a great deal of planning.

Three Men And A Truck proposes itself to you as a solution. We are here to look after your moving needs even across the seas, thanks to our years of experience in local and long-distance relocation. Let’s talk about why we’re the greatest solution for you.

What Factors Affect Your Container Shipping Cost?

International relocation is nothing like moving to a new house down the street. There are many sophisticated details and legalities involved in this process, not to mention the difference in cost. With our assistance, however, you’ll free yourself of the impression that it is an impossible task.

These are the most crucial variables to consider :

  • The Weight of your cargo decides what container you should use, which can be divided into two categories: 20′ and 40′ containers. Depending on the level of isolation you require for your valuables, you can choose from a selection of Full Containers (FCL) and Less Than A Container (LCL) options.
  • The Distance between the United States and Bolivia is 6,819 kilometers,  taking up to 5 to 30 working days to cross depending on the urgent services we provide to meet your needs.
  • Peak Seasons have a significant impact on your budget. The average shipping charges range from 2000 to 3000 dollars, although they may rise significantly during high demand around August and October. Our services include a time chart for all times of the year that may be beneficial to your budget.
  • The Documentation of every phase of your transfer differs significantly from local relocation. Because the Bolivian government prohibits the import of old garments and timber goods, you must be careful to ensure that insufficient papers do not jeopardize your home or office relocation. To relieve you of this worry, our professionals have created a collaborative approach with international authorities.
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Average Container Shipping Rates Estimates

Full Container Load (FCL) Shipping Rates

FCL shipping is best for transporting lots of boxes, pallets and anything which will require a full container shipping to Bolivia of up to 45,000lbs.

Full Container Load (FCL) Shipping Rates

20 ft Container$1085
40 ft Container$1306

Less Than Container (LCL) Shipping Rates

LCL shipping is more affordable way to transport less than container load shipments to Bolivia.

Less Than Container (LCL) Shipping Rates

LCL$67/CBM
Personal Effects$440
Household Goods$540
International House Moving Costs

International house moving to Bolivia services – quick, easy and cheap.

International House Moving Costs

Partial House (2000Lbs & Less)$490
1 Bedroom (3850 Lbs)$2305
2 Bedroom (4500 Lbs)$2855
3+ Bedroom (8750 Lbs)$3255

Container Car Shipping

International auto transport services to Bolivia via RoRo and container ships. Ship cars, trucks, suvs, atv’s, boats, RV’s, heavy equipment and more.

Container Car Shipping

Sedan (Container)$1762
SUV (Container)$1878
Sedan via RORO$1235
SUV via RORO$1296

Which Mode Of Transport Is Preferable For Relocating To Bolivia?

Plane cargo shipping is the best possible option for relocating your containers safely through such long distances. Air transport can be initiated for smaller packaged containers from our listing of cargo airplanes with categories of standard and emergency flights.

A similar structure of urgency-based costs applies to maritime freight. With our insurance coverage, you can put big containers onto our heavy-duty vehicles and rest certain that your goods will be transported and unloaded in a safe and orderly manner.

How To Calculate Your Budget

Three Men And A Truck offers a variety of insurance alternatives so you can double-check any potential harm to your possessions without adding to your budget. These include, among other things, rising fuel prices, fluctuating truck or container shortages, export delays, and so on.

To avoid any further confusion, all of these additional expenses will be informed to you in advance. Simply complete our three-step form, including the beginning and ending points as well as tentative dates, and we will respond quickly with a personalized quotation.

Reach Out To Us Today

You can get a free quote from us to get your move started. Avail this opportunity right now by emailing us at – info@threemenandatruck.com or simply drop a call on our free helpline (888) 908-6496.

Our pride comes from the fact that you considered us, but it will be our joy to serve your needs and demonstrate our competence to you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Which Documents Are Necessary When Shipping to Bolivia?

It’s best to check Bolivia’s requirements for importing goods to know the required documents. Failing to submit the required documentation may cause substantial delays, and your cargo may not even leave the port of origin.

To ensure that your items arrive on time, consider preparing the following documents. These are the common files required when shipping to another country:

● Commercial and Proforma Invoices
● Bills of Lading
● Packing List
● Shipper’s Letter of Instructions (SLI)
● Automated Export System (AES) Filing
● Certificate of Origin (CO)
● Incoterms
● Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
● Operational Instructions
● Shipping Under a Letter of Credit

What Types of Goods Am I NOT Allowed to Ship to Bolivia?

The listed items are subject to extra restrictions for shipping to Bolivia. If you plan to transport one of the things mentioned below to Bhutan, be sure to follow the shipping requirements to avoid customs delays and holds.

● Acids
● Alcoholic beverages
● Animal products
● Any substance for the manufacture of illegal drugs including cocaine or coca products
● Batteries
● Bearer Documents
● Bio Products
● Books: hardback/paperback non-comm
● Catalogs
● Chemicals
● Coffee and Coffee Samples
● Corrosives
● Cosmetics
● Dangerous Goods as defined by IATA (Intl. Air Transport Association)
● Drugs, Non-Prescription
● Films: 8mm, 16mm & 35mm
● Films: promotional, training
● Flammables
● Foodstuffs
● Gases
● Grain samples
● Ice, Dry
● Ice, Wet
● Infectious Substances
● Labels
● Liquids
● Log and timber products from Liberia
● Magnetized Materials
● Oxidizers
● Paints
● Perfume
● Plants and Plant Products
● Poisons
● Powders
● Radioactive products
● Textile articles
● Tobacco
● Toiletries
● Used Clothing

My Container Is Being Delivered to My Home. How Much Space Is Required?

The amount of space required is determined by the cargo of your container.

A 20ft cargo has 25-28cbm. of usable area, you’ll need plenty of room to unload it, especially if it’s full. This is the equivalent of 10 or eleven ordinary pallets.

Why Do FCL and LCL Shipments Have Different Transit Times?

The FCL routes are simple to follow. Once your goods have been placed within the container, they will not be opened or updated. It is quickly transshipped to the destination hub port, as agreed in your contract.

LCL shipping involves some complex procedures, such as dealing with multiple consignees, getting goods to various ports, and reworking shipments.

What Is a Bill of Lading?

The bill of lading is one of the most important papers in the shipping process (BOL). A bill of lading is required for the transportation of any commodities and serves as a receipt as well as a contract. A fully completed BOL verifies that the carrier has received the item as described and is committed to delivering it in perfect condition to the consignee.

The content on the bill of lading is critical because it directs personnel’s actions throughout the shipment’s journey: where it’s going, how much it weighs, how it’s billed, and how it’s handled on the dock and trailers.

What Happens If I Lose the Bill of Lading?

Shipping lines will require a bank guarantee that guarantees at least 100% of the shipment value and is good for at least one year in these cases.

You must contact your carrier if you lose your bill of lading so that their shipping line may write a new one. You must inform them to issue the bill of lading if your cargo has already reached its destination and you will pay demurrage or storage charges, or if you need to empty the container immediately.

What’s the Difference between Shipping Taxes and Shipping Duties?

Imports and some exports are subject to a shipping tax assessed by a country’s customs authorities. It has two goals: to raise money for the local government and to provide locally produced or manufactured goods a competitive advantage over products that are not subject to import tariffs.

In simpler terms, shipping tax is a fee that must be paid to the government.

On the other hand, import duty is a government-imposed levy on imports from other countries. The purpose of this rise in the value of imported goods is to make them less “attractive” to buyers, encouraging them to support the home economy.

Can I Track My Container While It Is in Transit?

As long as the shipping firm offers a tracking system, the current position of the cargo may be traced at any time. To track its whereabouts, you must supply the container number/Bill of lading/Booking number as well as the shipping line. Any of these three references may be used to track a container and know where it is.

Do I Need to Be Present When My Container Is Delivered?

It’s advisable to be present when the container is delivered so that it may be placed in a favorable location for you. You are not required to attend. If you are not present, the delivery crew will park your container in the most acceptable area and follow your directions to the extent that the onsite conditions allow.


Shipping Containers Worldwide – Popular Routes

Three Men And A Truck can help you ship a container from anywhere in the world to Bolivia:

Afghanistan to Bolivia
Albania to Bolivia
Algeria to Bolivia
Andorra to Bolivia
Angola to Bolivia
Antigua to Bolivia
Argentina to Bolivia
Armenia to Bolivia
Australia to Bolivia
Austria to Bolivia
Azerbaijan to Bolivia
Bahamas to Bolivia
Bahrain to Bolivia
Bangladesh to Bolivia
Barbados to Bolivia
Belarus to Bolivia
Belgium to Bolivia
Belize to Bolivia
Benin to Bolivia
Bhutan to Bolivia
Bosnia Herzegovina to Bolivia
Botswana to Bolivia
Brazil to Bolivia
Brunei to Bolivia
Bulgaria to Bolivia
Burkina to Bolivia
Burundi to Bolivia
Cambodia to Bolivia
Cameroon to Bolivia
Canada to Bolivia
Cape Verde to Bolivia
Central African Rep to Bolivia
Chad to Bolivia
Chile to Bolivia
China to Bolivia
Colombia to Bolivia
Comoros to Bolivia
Congo to Bolivia
Congo {Democratic Rep} to Bolivia
Costa Rica to Bolivia
Croatia to Bolivia
Cuba to Bolivia
Cyprus to Bolivia
Czech Republic to Bolivia
Denmark to Bolivia
Djibouti to Bolivia
Dominica to Bolivia
Dominican Republic to Bolivia
East Timor to Bolivia
Ecuador to Bolivia
Egypt to Bolivia
El Salvador to Bolivia
Equatorial Guinea to Bolivia
Eritrea to Bolivia
Estonia to Bolivia
Ethiopia to Bolivia
Fiji to Bolivia
Finland to Bolivia
France to Bolivia
Gabon to Bolivia
Gambia to Bolivia
Georgia to Bolivia
Germany to Bolivia
Ghana to Bolivia
Greece to Bolivia
Grenada to Bolivia

Guatemala to Bolivia
Guinea to Bolivia
Guinea-Bissau to Bolivia
Guyana to Bolivia
Haiti to Bolivia
Honduras to Bolivia
Hungary to Bolivia
Iceland to Bolivia
India to Bolivia
Indonesia to Bolivia
Iran to Bolivia
Iraq to Bolivia
Ireland to Bolivia
Israel to Bolivia
Italy to Bolivia
Ivory Coast to Bolivia
Jamaica to Bolivia
Japan to Bolivia
Jordan to Bolivia
Kazakhstan to Bolivia
Kenya to Bolivia
Kiribati to Bolivia
Korea North to Bolivia
Korea South to Bolivia
Kosovo to Bolivia
Kuwait to Bolivia
Kyrgyzstan to Bolivia
Laos to Bolivia
Latvia to Bolivia
Lebanon to Bolivia
Lesotho to Bolivia
Liberia to Bolivia
Libya to Bolivia
Liechtenstein to Bolivia
Lithuania to Bolivia
Luxembourg to Bolivia
Macedonia to Bolivia
Madagascar to Bolivia
Malawi to Bolivia
Malaysia to Bolivia
Maldives to Bolivia
Mali to Bolivia
Malta to Bolivia
Marshall Islands to Bolivia
Mauritania to Bolivia
Mauritius to Bolivia
Mexico to Bolivia
Micronesia to Bolivia
Moldova to Bolivia
Monaco to Bolivia
Mongolia to Bolivia
Montenegro to Bolivia
Morocco to Bolivia
Mozambique to Bolivia
Myanmar, {Burma} to Bolivia
Namibia to Bolivia
Nauru to Bolivia
Nepal to Bolivia
Netherlands to Bolivia
New Zealand to Bolivia
Nicaragua to Bolivia
Niger to Bolivia
Nigeria to Bolivia
Norway to Bolivia
Oman to Bolivia
Pakistan to Bolivia

Palau to Bolivia
Palestine to Bolivia
Panama to Bolivia
Papua New Guinea to Bolivia
Paraguay to Bolivia
Peru to Bolivia
Philippines to Bolivia
Poland to Bolivia
Portugal to Bolivia
Qatar to Bolivia
Romania to Bolivia
Russian Federation to Bolivia
Rwanda to Bolivia
Saint Vincent & the Grenadines to Bolivia
Samoa to Bolivia
San Marino to Bolivia
Sao Tome & Principe to Bolivia
Saudi Arabia to Bolivia
Senegal to Bolivia
Serbia to Bolivia
Seychelles to Bolivia
Sierra Leone to Bolivia
Singapore to Bolivia
Slovakia to Bolivia
Slovenia to Bolivia
Solomon Islands to Bolivia
Somalia to Bolivia
South Africa to Bolivia
South Sudan to Bolivia
Spain to Bolivia
Sri Lanka to Bolivia
St Kitts & Nevis to Bolivia
St Lucia to Bolivia
Sudan to Bolivia
Suriname to Bolivia
Swaziland to Bolivia
Sweden to Bolivia
Switzerland, {Eswatini} to Bolivia
Syria to Bolivia
Taiwan to Bolivia
Tajikistan to Bolivia
Tanzania to Bolivia
Thailand to Bolivia
Timor-Leste to Bolivia
Togo to Bolivia
Tonga to Bolivia
Trinidad & Tobago to Bolivia
Tunisia to Bolivia
Turkey to Bolivia
Turkmenistan to Bolivia
Tuvalu to Bolivia
Uganda to Bolivia
Ukraine to Bolivia
United Arab Emirates to Bolivia
United Kingdom to Bolivia
United States to Bolivia
Uruguay to Bolivia
Uzbekistan to Bolivia
Vanuatu to Bolivia
Vatican City to Bolivia
Venezuela to Bolivia
Vietnam to Bolivia
Yemen to Bolivia
Zambia to Bolivia
Zimbabwe to Bolivia

Written by Chris Townsend

Chris Townsend

Chris Townsend is a moving professional and relocation expert that has more than 10 years of experience in the moving industry. With a background that includes working in virtually every aspect of the company, he has distinguished himself as an integral part of our operations with expertise in all things related to moving.

If you have any questions about moving, our services, or anything else you think he may be able to help with, you can contact Chris by emailing him at Chris@threemenandatruck.net

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