Cost Of Shipping a Container to Yemen

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

Yemen Container Shipping Cost
Yemen Container Shipping Cost

The cost of shipping a container to Yemen depends on many factors. Just thinking about what the mode of transportation will be used already becomes a source of stress. That’s why Three Men And A Truck is here to guide you throughout the process. We estimate the cost involving the shipping of a container after checking various factors. Now that you learned what we offer, you are now ready to take in vital information that involved shipping a container in Yemen. Let’s hop into it!

What Are the Factors That Affect the Cost of Shipping to Yemen?

When shipping a container internationally, there are a number of factors to consider when it comes to the cost. These include the following:

  • The volume and weight items to be shipped. The heavier the weight, the more costly it will be. The same applies to the volume.
  • The type of transportation used. You can ship your items either via sea or air. Air freights are usually 5x more costly than sea.
  • Distance: The greater the distance, the expensive the shipping will be. Fuel plays a vital role in moving.
  • The destination port: The destination port affects the cost, too. In Yemen, Aden is the major port. You have to be aware of their import requirements such as the non-acceptance of importing live animals.
  • The peak period. The peak period in Yemen is January, then November and December follow after. If you want to save more, make sure to plan ahead months before or just avoid shipping during these busy periods in Yemen.
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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 Yemen of up to 45,000lbs.

Full Container Load (FCL) Shipping Rates

20 ft Container$1040
40 ft Container$1370

Less Than Container (LCL) Shipping Rates

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

Less Than Container (LCL) Shipping Rates

LCL$78/CBM
Personal Effects$855
Household Goods$1160
International House Moving Costs

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

International House Moving Costs

Partial House (2000Lbs & Less)$795
1 Bedroom (3850 Lbs)$1460
2 Bedroom (4500 Lbs)$2330
3+ Bedroom (8750 Lbs)$3095

Container Car Shipping

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

Container Car Shipping

Sedan via RORO$1285
SUV via RORO$1370
Sedan (Container)$1855
SUV (Container)$1985

Which Size of Shipping Container Works Best for Me?

It is oftentimes a challenge to choose the best container size that would work for a customer especially if given a handful of options to choose but you came to the right place, Three Men And A Truck is here to assist you in planning which option suits their shipping needs.

Our recent customers usually picked between 20ft to 40ft containers. To imagine how gigantic a 20ft picture a 3-bedroom house’s items. If you still cannot picture its length and width, try measuring an average garage. This means that a 20ft container can fit a car and ship it to your desired destination. But this indicates that you would have to purchase another container to fit your other items unless the car is the only thing you’re planning to ship.

If you think the size is too much for your items, you have two other options. It’s either you share the available space with other customers. This is what we call the Less Than Container Load (LCL) option. On the other hand, if you have more than enough money to spend on the shipping cost, then you can just avail the Full Container Load (FCL). Not only does it allow you to keep your goods secured but it also gives you a chance to put anything inside of it. Unless it is restricted by the shipping authorities, you are good to go.

Understanding The Different Types of Freight Transportation

Commonly, there are two ways to ship your goods to Yemen; it is either by sea or by air.

The two differ in such a way that you have to understand how both work before deciding on which freight service to choose. If you don’t have ample time to have your container shipped, don’t fret. You will be advised to choose air freight transportation. Not only does it allow you to have expedited service but it also secures your item even more accurately. But the downside to this is its cost. You must be prepared to pay for it or at least have your loan ready.

On the other hand, if you are not in a rush, then you will be advised to choose the sea freight option. It is five times less costly than most air freight services. However, the shipping journey will be longer depending on the distance, and there will a smaller probability of keeping your items secured.

What’s Next?

The tips written above will allow you to have a generalized knowledge of the factors to consider when determining how much shipping a container to Yemen costs. Now the question is, are you ready to get a free quote from Three Men And A Truck? Get your detailed questions answered by giving our support team a call at +1(888) 908-6496.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Bill of Lading?

One of the most important documents in international shipping is the bill of lading. A bill of lading functions as both a freight receipt and a title document. This paperwork is crucial because movers are required to give it to customs officers. It’s also utilized to make sure an exporter gets paid and that an importer gets their items quickly.

What Happens if I Lose My Bill of Lading?

The loss of a bill of lading can cause a slew of problems for both the shipper and the carrier. There are numerous procedures to follow in order to recover a lost bill of lading. You will not be able to obtain a duplicate of the bill of lading if the original document is lost. However, the shipper can draft a letter releasing the carrier from any liability and provide a bank guarantee to cover the carrier’s financial obligations.

What Type of Goods Am I Not Permitted to Ship to Yemen?

Yemen Prohibited Items

● Antiques
● Any device that contains a small or hidden camera such as watches, pens, remote controls, and several others.
● Dangerous Goods as defined by IATA (Intl. Air Transport Association)
● Any item offensive to Muslim culture
● Batteries, Haz
● Bearer Documents
● Bio Products, Haz
● Chemicals, Haz
● Corrosives
● Cosmetics, Haz
● Metals, Precious
● Microfilm
● Mineral Products
● Oxidizers
● Paints, Haz
● Perfume, Haz
● Personal Effects
● Poisons (Toxics)
● Powders
● Precious Stones

What Are the Essential Documents Needed When Shipping to Yemen?

Shippers should provide signed and stamped copies of the following documentation with their clearance requests:

● Manifests for cargo destined for Yemeni ports not under the control of the legitimate Government of Yemen
● Bills of Lading for cargo destined for Yemeni ports not under the control of the legitimate Government of Yemen, if available
● Packing List(s) for cargo destined for Yemeni ports not under the control of the legitimate Government of Yemen, if available
● Last 10 Ports of Call (starting from the latest Port Clearance)
● Port Clearance of Last Port called, if available
● IMO Crew List with Seaman Book and Passport Numbers
● IMO Passenger List, if applicable
● Stowage Plan/Bay Plan for the vessel
● List of armed guards on board, if applicable
● Weapons and Ammunition On Board Declaration, if applicable
● List of dangerous cargo on board, if applicable (attach respective List/Packing certificate(s))
● Document of Compliance for the Carriage of Dangerous Goods, if applicable
● 5 latest Continuous Synopsis Records (CSR)
● Certificate of Registration of Vessel
● Trade License issued by Yemen-based Chambers of Commerce (only for a break or break-bulk cargo)
● End-User Certificate for Vehicles (except for small and medium-sized passenger cars), if applicable

Are Shipping Containers Waterproof and Properly Ventilated?

The majority of cargo containers are watertight. This indicates that they are correctly constructed to prevent moisture from entering and causing damage to the contents. Not all cargo containers, however, are properly vented. Depending on the volume of goods in the container, you may need to build a point of ventilation in them. At Three Men And A Truck, we can help you locate the right shipping container for your goods as well as make sure they’re vented properly.

What Customs Taxes, Duties, and/or Fees Do I Have to Pay When Shipping to Yemen?

Import duties are normally applied at rates ranging from 5% on necessities to 25% on luxury items; medical and agricultural items are duty-free, while tobacco is subject to a 145 percent duty. Surcharges are tacked on to these basic rates to cover defense expenditures, fund schools, and orphanages, and help the poor and needy.

How Important is it to Get Insurance for My Cargo?

Yes. Cargo insurance is an essential step to reaping the benefits of so many advantages. You are less vulnerable to financial loss if you have insurance. It will automatically provide you peace of mind since you will have no anxieties about unanticipated situations. It can be used to meet contractual obligations. Furthermore, it serves as a liability shield for carriers, as they are rarely responsible for many frequent sources of loss or damages during the transit process.

What is the Difference Between Freight Forwarders, Freight Brokers, and an NVOCC?

People sometimes misunderstand these three terms, but they should not be used interchangeably because they all serve separate purposes. Freight forwarders are individuals who handle both personal and commercial goods. However, they are not involved in the transport of the goods. They can also work in a number of other nations throughout the world.

NVOCC’s services are never employed as agents, but rather as service providers. They execute all of the functions of a carrier under their bill of lading.

Freight brokers serve as a link between shippers and carriers. They can work in a range of countries, but most of the time they focus on one.


Shipping Containers Worldwide – Popular Routes

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

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

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

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

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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