With locations on both US coasts, West Coast Shipping provides the reliable international car shipping service to Ukraine for the best available rates. We ship in containers, via RoRo, and by air freight. We collect vehicles from anywhere in the USA, including auctions and dealers. Our in-house loading team specializes in loading sedans, coupes, SUVs, hybrids, electric, classic and exotic cars. Containers are shipped from the port of Oakland, or the port of New York/New Jersey. There is growing demand for electric cars in Ukraine.
Get an instant rate on moving your cars to Ukraine using the car shipping calculator on this page.
Rates on container shipping from the USA to Ukraine are currently at an all time low. You can ship a car from New Jersey to the port of Odessa for as little as $1,100 in a consolidated container. This includes the cost of loading the car at our California location, US customs export clearance, and shipping by ocean to the port of Odessa, Ukraine. The freight cost does not include import clearance, VAT or customs duty in Ukraine. Those costs can be obtained through a local agent which we can provide.
Our expert shipping team consists of in-house loaders who specialize in safely and securely loading and unloading classic cars during their journey overseas. We do not outsource our loading to anyone but our trusted team.
Strategically placed shipping facilities provide secure points of car export and import on the East and West Coast. Which lowers local and international car shipping costs and transit times. Secure indoor storage for your vehicles is also available.
We pickup and deliver classic cars door to door, around the world. Everything from pickup, loading, shipping, delivery and customs clearance can be arranged. Relax, and enjoy the trip.
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Our online rate calculator allows you to view current rates for shipping vehicles, boats, motorcycles and pallets anytime, anywhere. It can even calculate the cost of ground transportation from anywhere in the US.
Whether you are looking to ship one car or 20, we will find the solution that best fits your needs and budget. Our team will be there to ensure the logistics go smoothly.
When shipping cars from the United States you have the option of shipping in a container by sea, on a roll-on/roll-off vessel, or by air freight.
Air freight is usually reserved for the most expensive cars because of the freight cost involved. Prices on shipping your car by air range from the USA start from a few thousand dollars. The most economical method of shipping your car to Ukraine is in a container. This is because you can place anywhere from one to four cars in a single container, along with any household goods, or auto parts. Vehicles being shipped in a container do not have to run and drive, we are able to load salvage and parts cars using our specialty loading techniques. Our loading team can fit 4 Nissan Leafs in a single 40ft container, or 6 Smart cars. If you are unsure if your car will fit into a container, contact us and we will be glad to help. Cars are loaded securely into a container and shipped to the port of Ilyichevsk or Odessa. From California it takes containers around 33 days to arrive in Ukraine. From New Jersey it averages around 21 days.
RoRo shipping a car from the US to Ukraine is also an option. However, your car must run and drive because it will be driven on and off the ocean vessel.
Contact the Embassy of Ukraine.
Many first time shippers come into our office expecting a complicated process when moving their cars overseas. However, at least on the US side it could not be any easier. We work to minimize the amount of paperwork required. We also work directly with US customs to ensure each step of the car export process is done correctly.
There are a few documents we do require:
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