New LCL Transportation Service for Yangon, Myanmar
GTC ASIA CORPORATION started regular LCL CONSOLIDATION shipping service for Yangon. Exporting cargos for Yangon has increased since the Government of Myanmar pursues the democratization of its country. For more details, please click here and see our shipping schedule.
Our consolidation service handles your vans and passenger cars, from one new/used vehicle, as well as general cargos. We accept your cargos as LCL and ship them to the Yangon port with ocean freight and other expenses at a bargain price.
* The containerized shipment for automobiles, in general, is arranged by the professionals, who load some vehicles all together into a 40 feet freight container, to keep ocean freight low. If you transport one unit (a vehicle) as full container load, you would have to make a large payment on the ocean freight and other expenses.
Regarding marine cargo insurance for your vehicles, we can accept your request, adding ocean freight insurance that covers all risks on your vehicles, no matter how old and new. As you may know, most marine insurance companies do not provide insurance policies for transported vehicles. Please feel free to ask our insurance service as well.
Aerophotograph of Yangon City:
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Aerophotograph of Yangon Ports:
Aerophotograph of The Asia World Port Terminal:
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* Please note that our LCL shipment is discharged at the “ASIA WORLD PORT.”
The official name of “ASIA WORLD PORT TERMINAL (AWPT)” is “Ahlone Wharves of MYANMAR INDUSTRIAL PORT.” The port is managed by Asia World Port Management Co. Ltd, so commonly known as AWPT. The Container handling volume at AWPT is accounted for 40% of the Yangon port.
As you can see in the satellite picture above, there are “Sule Pagoda Wharves” and “Bo Aung Kyaw Wharves Terminal” managed by Myanmar Port Authority, and “Myanmar International Terminal Thilawa,” managed by Hutchison Port Holding as well.
* Please consider using GTC ASIA service of FCL / LCL consolidations / International Multimodal Transport. We look forward to hearing your inquiry soon.
21-11-2011 | Topics Archive