Shipping a Car to Namibia via Walvis Bay
We offer the best customer service and very competitive rates for car shipping to Namibia which is the destination port of preference for Zimbabwe, Zambia and Botswana bound vehicles.
We are able to offer RoRo or Container Shipping to Walvis Bay and furthermore offer a clearance service for those who require it.
We have two RoRo sailings from the UK with an average 18 day transit time.
UK Wide Car Collection can be arrange by us from anywhere in the UK.
Shipping Schedule to Namibia
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Why Simba Shipping
Just a few reasons to choose us, experience vehicle shipping at its best.
We offer the best shipping prices and further offer a price match service should you get a better rate.
We love our customers and pride ourselves on offering the best customer experience.
Our team possesses years of experience in the shipping world ensuring we offer the best solution for your shipments.
We love technology and use it to give our customers the best shipping experience.
We take great pride in being an ethical business and ensuring our customers come first at all times
RoRo Shipping Transit times to Walvis Bay from the UK is generally 18 Days
Container Transit time to Walvis Bay from the UK is generally 30 Days
For RoRo, we generally have two vessels every month
For Container, we have a weekly sailing.
For Walvis Bay, we offer shipments from Sheerness and Killingholme ports in the UK.
For Container Shipments, we offer loading from Tilbury or Felixstowe Ports
Cargo Types Handled:
We are able to offer shipment of Vehicles, Trucks, Machinery and any type of wheeled cargo to Walvis Bay from the UK.
We are able to assist in clearance and on-transit carriage in Walvis Bay saving you the hassle of travelling to Walvis Bay
Shipping Price to Namibia
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How to Ship Your Car From UK to Namibia Via RoRo Shipping
To ship your car, we require our booking form to be filled in allowing us to start preparing the shipment process. On receiving your booking form, our customer care agents ensure that all the information is correct before preparing the shipping documentation needed to arrange your shipment.
Once the customer agent processes your booking, they will send you a shipping note which then allows you to deliver the vehicle to the terminal of shipment. The shipping note will indicate the address of where to deliver the vehicle and it is important that you are conscious of the closing dates and receiving times for the terminal.
The closing date is when the port stops accepting shipments as they need to also prepare loading operations.
When delivering a car to the port it is important that you wear a high viz jacket as otherwise you will not be allowed inside the port.
Personal Effects in Cars
We are often asked whether personal effects can be loaded, it depends on different vessels however they can be based on the vessel that is sailing. However we do not recommend loading items in cars which are being shipped on RoRo vessel due to pilferage.
Bill of Lading
The most important document in the shipment process, it is imperative that you ensure that the details indicated on the Bill of Lading are correct. Incorrect details will lead to problems in releasing shipments or clearance at destination.
The Bill of Lading is also a ‘title deed’ of sorts as it allows you to get release of the shipment.
Our documentation team will send you a draft to allow you to check that the details are correct, once confirmed the final document will then be prepared.
Telex Release or Original Bill of Lading
You will often be asked by our documentation team whether you wish to arrange a Telex Release or require the Original Bill of Lading. What is the difference?
Telex Release: This is where a copy of the Bill of Lading will suffice to release the shipment as opposed to Original Bills of Lading which need to be presented for release of the shipment. With Telex release the original documents are surrendered and therefore the copy is sufficient.