Cost of Shipping a Container To Kazakhstan

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

Kazakhstan Container Shipping Cost
Kazakhstan Container Shipping Cost

Are you feeling overwhelmed by the expanding list of belongings you have to bring and leave behind when relocating to Kazakhstan? You must be having trouble deciding between the sizes of the containers you need to choose as your agent offers you many options.

Three Men And A Truck, our organization, is here to serve you. Moving globally appears to be a major task, and doing it without professional assistance can be extremely difficult. As a result, you must be extremely cautious about every decision you make, whether it is to select different insurance policies, expedited routes for shipping your containers, or simply which company to hire.

What Are the Factors That Affect the Cost of Shipping?

What are the exact details you should look at and be cautious about before making a decision? Let’s look at some of the major factors when it comes to pricing.

  • Different sizes and widths distinguish your cargo. There are 20′, 20′ cube, 40′, and 40′ cube containers available. Because cube containers have a larger cubic capacity, they can be used to convey a variety of commodities.
  • Kazakhstan and the United States are separated by 6,475 miles, which is a significant distance to travel and has an impact on fuel consumption per mile. Depending on your cost management, you can pick between different ports in the country, such as Atyrau or Aktau.
  • Container shipments from Asia to the United States should not be scheduled around peak seasons. The latter has a busy timeline that runs from June through October. Companies with resource constraints will charge greater rates than the base price on these dates, so avoid them.
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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 Kazakhstan of up to 45,000lbs.

Full Container Load (FCL) Shipping Rates

20 ft Container$2030
40 ft Container$2450

Less Than Container (LCL) Shipping Rates

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

Less Than Container (LCL) Shipping Rates

LCL$150/CBM
Personal Effects$1020
Household Goods$1050
International House Moving Costs

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

International House Moving Costs

Partial House (2000Lbs & Less)$910
1 Bedroom (3850 Lbs)$3080
2 Bedroom (4500 Lbs)$4030
3+ Bedroom (8750 Lbs)$4950

Container Car Shipping

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

Container Car Shipping

Sedan (Container)$2450
SUV (Container)$2505
Sedan via RORO$1450
SUV via RORO$1490

What Size of Container Is According To Your Requirements?

It will be easier to save money if you are familiar with the various types of containers and their suitability. However, the container shipping market is continuously changing, and organizations are always looking for ways to optimize their relocation. It’s also critical to stay updated with the necessary information.

Three Men And A Truck presents a list of shipping containers that are suited for the packages being shipped. Here are a few:

  • High Cube Containers
  • Open Top Container
  • Thermal Container
  • Refrigerated ISO Container
  • Half-Height Container

For containers with variable ownership, there are more categories. Full Containers (FCL) are preferred by people who desire the confidentiality of their packages or who need to ship full household or firm equipment and require more capacity. In general, their rates are higher. The other category, Less Than A Container, or LCL, is defined by dual ownership, and you must adhere to the list provided with its loading limits. These have cheaper chargers and can be used effectively to save money.

What Are the Types of Transport For Relocating Containers?

Our company offers air and water transportation container services from the United States to Kazakhstan.

Air travel is more expensive, but typically container gets delivered to the desired airport in around 4-5 business days. Because air freight has weight restrictions, the packages are closely checked.

Waterways are a more cost-effective mode of transportation. You can load up to 45,000 pounds. Vehicles such as cars and SUVs can also be loaded onto the ships.

What Other Costs Can Add Up to Your Shipping?

We can understand your exact requirements by simply providing the starting and ending points with the definitive timeline as you fill out our quote form on the website. Our customer service team will contact you right away to discuss the next steps.

Some of the general additional costs can be:

  • Customs duties
  • Container inspection fees
  • General Rate Increase
  • Inland delivery charges
  • Quarantine fees
  • Insurance

 

What to Do Next?

Our company attempts to give you an honest and well-informed service, but our top focus will always be our specific concerns about your most minor requirements.

You can simply reach out to us by mail at info@threemenandatruck.com or drop a call at our free helpline (888) 908-6496 to get a quote today.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What Is a Bill of Lading?

A bill of lading in shipping is a record of the traded goods which have been received onboard a ship. It is a document that establishes an agreement between a shipper and a transportation company for the transportation of goods. A carrier issues these records to the shipper. A bill of lading indicates a particular carrier through which the goods have been placed to their final destination and the conditions for transporting the shipment to its final destination. A bill of lading is also a receipt issued at the destination, making it that anyone who possesses the bill can lay claim to the cargo.

What Kind of Taxes, Duties, and/or Fees Do I Have to Pay When Shipping to Kazakhstan?

Kazakhstan has an average tariff rate of 7.1%. There is a zero percent rate on approximately 1,900 tariff lines, including livestock, pork, fish products, chemical and pharmaceutical products, cotton, textiles, machinery and equipment, medical vehicles, and some types of airplanes. There is also a 10.6% tariff on agricultural products and 6.4% on non-agricultural products.

Which Documents Do I Need When Shipping to Kazakhstan?

A person, at the customs office in Jordan, must declare the paper and electronic copies of customs declarations (one copy of each per shipment), as well as accompanying documents. The accompanying documents include invoices, a contract for the supply of goods, an import transaction passport, and a bill of lading. It is important to note that foreign entities cannot deal directly with customs officials in Kazakhstan and are legally required to use services provided by licensed customs brokers having the right to operate in the country.

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

Transactions involving the following commodities are prohibited or have restricted entry into Kazakhstan, regardless of origin: antiques, oil products, fine artwork, batteries, hazardous biological products, chemicals, cosmetics, liquor, paints, perfume, tobacco, corrosives, credit cards, and their blanks, devices for smoking opium or hashish and smoking mixtures, prescriptions drugs, fire extinguishers, flammables, furs, gambling devices, gases, graphite products, wet ice, infectious substances, magnetized materials, precious metals, military equipment, oxidizers, personal effects, poisons, political material, precious stones, psychotherapy substances, radioactive materials, and tobacco products. If you have to ship any of these items, an import permit has to be obtained. 

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

Shipping taxes are fees that are fixed and determined by the government. They aren’t dependent on the type of item and are collected for both imported and exported items. Shipping duties, on the other hand, are fees set by a government on certain imported items. These duties are aimed at protecting the economy of the country by discouraging the import of certain items and generating income. Shipping duties are tied to the type of items being imported.

What’s the Difference Between a Freight Forwarder, a Broker, and an NVOCC?

A freight forwarder is a firm that provides agency services to shippers and interacts with carriers on the behalf of the shipper. They handle the documentation and logistics of the cargo. They don’t issue their bill of lading as they aren’t carriers. Brokers are agents that get business clients for carriers and supervise the transaction deals between shippers and carriers. None-Vessel Owning Common Carrier (NVOCC) is a company that offers carrier services to shippers even though they don’t own or operate carriers. They usually rent a portion of the haul of carriers to place their shipping containers containing items from their clients. They issue their bill of lading like carriers would.

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

Yes, it would be good if you are present when your container is being delivered as a permit for having a container will be necessary. This is because different areas have different laws concerning containers. Also, the space required to drop your container has to be made available. You should be present, finally, to check the container and see if it meets your specifications.

What Happens If I Lose the Bill of Lading?

You will have to adhere to a certain procedure to facilitate the release of cargo after the bill of lading is lost. A new one cannot be issued without following this procedure. The following documents have to be prepared and forwarded to the carrier.

1. A letter on the shipper’s letterhead describing the conditions of loss of the bill.
2. A letter of authorization from the shipper permitting the carrier to deliver the goods without a bill of lading.
3. A bank guarantee, guaranteeing the payment of all outstanding bills.
4. Letter of indemnity, indemnifying the carrier from all liabilities that may arise from delivering the goods without a bill of lading.
5. Commercial invoice
6. Certain carriers may require a court order from a reputable court. This may include a fee.


Shipping Containers Worldwide – Popular Routes

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

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

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

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

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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