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Shipping to Port of Montreal
Looking to ship from China to the Port of Montreal in Canada? China-based freight forwarder CNXtrans can help you consolidate and ship your goods from China to the Port of Montreal by sea freight. Air freight is also available to an airport in or close to Montreal. Alternatively, instead of just shipping to the Port of Montreal, CNXtrans also offers full door to door shipping all the way to your address in Montreal or anywhere in Canada.
About Shipping to Port of Montreal
How best to ship by sea freight from China to the Port of Montreal?
One way which CNXtrans can help you ship by sea freight from China to the Port of Montreal is on a FCL (Full Container Load) or LCL (Less Container Load) basis. If we ship this way, you will need to hire your own customs broker in Montreal to help you with customs clearance. FCL and LCL shipping do not come inclusive of any customs duties in Canada and destination port charges. Both customs duties and destination port charges will be payable once the shipment has arrived in Montreal. You can either pick up the goods at the Port of Montreal or arrange to have your agent to collect the goods from the Port of Montreal and deliver all the way to your address.
Alternatively, CNXtrans can also ship by sea freight to your address in Montreal or anywhere in Canada on a door to door basis. With door to door sea freight shipments from China to Montreal or anywhere in Canada, CNXtrans will be able to include customs clearance service, customs duties, destination port charges and delivery all the way to your address in Canada. This will save your the hassle of having to hire your own customs broker in Canada or worrying about having to pay customs duties and destination port charges in Canada without knowing how much they will cost. With door to door sea freight shipping from China to Canada via CNXtrans, all the these costs are included upfront in the shipping fee that you pay to CNXtrans, giving you a peace of mind and all you have to do is wait for the shipment to be delivered to your door.
One more alternative that CNXtrans offers for customers looking to ship from China to Montreal is to simply ship from China to a partner warehouse located in Montreal close to the Port of Montreal. This type of shipments will also be done on a door-to door basis meaning that the shipment will also include customs clearance, customs duties, destination port fees and delivery to the partner warehouse in Montreal. You will not need to hire your own customs broker or pay any customs duties in Canada. Once the shipment has arrived at the port warehouse in Montreal, you will then need to make arrangements to have the goods collected from there.
Port of Montreal
The Port of Montreal (French: Port de Montréal) is a cruise and transshipment point located on the St. Lawrence River in Montreal, Québec, Canada. The Port of Montreal operates as an international container port where it services Toronto and the rest of Central Canada, the Midwestern United States, and the Northeastern United States. Though found on the Saint Lawrence Seaway and some 1,600 kilometres inland from the Atlantic Ocean, the Port of Montreal is the shortest direct route between Europe and the Mediterranean, with the North American Midwest.
The Port of Montreal is a seaport in the heart of North America. The Port of Montreal is a hub of world trade and the economic engine of Greater Montreal. The Port of Montreal is a port and transshipment point on the St. Lawrence River in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. On the Saint Lawrence Seaway 1,600 kilometers inland from the Atlantic Ocean, the Port of Montreal is on the shortest direct route from Europe and the Mediterranean to North America. The Port of Montreal is an international container port that services Toronto and the rest of Central Canada, the U.S. Midwest, and the U.S. Northeast.
In 2019 alone, more than 2,000 cargo ships visited with the Port of Montreal, handling 40,500,000 metric tonnes of consumer goods, machinery, cereal, sugar, petroleum products, and other types of cargo. The Port of Montreal also welcomes cruise ships. The Port of Montreal is operated by the Montreal Port Authority.
The three levels of government recognize the importance of the Port of Montreal to the economy and are supporting the port on various projects. For example, the Port of Montreal announced in May 2013 the signature of a collaborative framework with the City of Montreal for the extension of a thoroughfare that will link with port facilities. The province also announced the construction of an exit ramp from a major highway that will allow trucks to directly reach the Port of Montreal, and the reconfiguration of an entrance ramp on the same highway that will provide trucks leaving the Port of Montreal with direct access to the highway network. The two projects will improve truck access at the Port of Montreal. The Port of Montreal and the shipping channel between Montreal and Quebec City has a draft depth of 11.3 metres and is capable of handling neopanamax container ships of up to 6,000 TEUs.
Consolidate & Ship Internationally from China via CNXtrans and Enjoy Free Warehousing Services at the CNXtrans Warehouse in China
Free Unlimited Storage
CNXtrans does not charge you for storage of goods at our warehouse. Hence you can take your time to make all the orders from various suppliers that you need to make - we'll store all your goods (which have already arrived) at our warehouse until everything has arrived and you're ready to ship internationally
Free Labelling of Packages
CNXtrans does not charge you for labeling of packages at our warehouse. Whether you need us to label your packages with Amazon FBA stickers for purposes of shipping to Amazon FBA warehouses or you need us to stick on your company on your company logo, simply send the stickers to us by email (email@example.com) we'll stick them on for you at no charge.
Free Repackaging Service
CNXtrans does not charge you for repackaging of goods at our warehouse. Once all your packages have arrived we'll access them for international shipping and decide how to pack them in the most efficient way as to minimize your volumetric weight and thereby minimize your international shipping costs. This may involve using a smaller package for certain items or simply combining all the items from different packages into one big package - we'll do whatever it takes to minimize your volumetric weight.
Free Consolidation of Packages
CNXtrans does not charge you for consolidating your packages into a single shipment. This is ideal if you're buying from multiple suppliers/factories/Alibaba manufacturers but wish to have all your goods shipped together as a single international shipment in order to minimize your shipping costs. Consolidation is sometimes confused with repacking but in actual fact consolidation can come both with or without repacking. Consolidation simply refers to the act of shipping multiple packages concurrently as a single shipment - they do not all have to be combined into one big package - as long as they are shipped together (concurrently) it is considered one consolidated shipment. There is a base shipping charge (which can be thought of as a minimum shipping charge) for each shipment that you make and shipping multiple packages concurrently (which constitutes a consolidated shipment) ensures that you only have to pay this base charge once instead of paying it for every single package that is shipped separately.
Even without repacking them into a single package, shipping multiple packages concurrently helps you save because you are only charged the base shipping weight once. This helps reduce your international shipping costs. Naturally, if deemed appropriate for your shipment, consolidation can come with repackaging too - after assessing your shipment if we deem that combining all the items into one single large package or into fewer packages can help reduce your volumetric weight, we will do so for you at no charge.