When transporting rally cars from one location to another, safety, cost effectiveness, and speed are top priorities. Rally cars can be transported by road, air, or sea, and each method has its pros and cons. Road transport may be cost effective, but it’s time consuming and entails added risks for the vehicle. Air freight can get rally cars from A to B safely and in a record amount of time, but the costs are high and in most cases, it’s only an option if you’re moving one vehicle at the time.
When it comes to getting cars to market, it pays to do the homework. There are several different options available, and each has its benefits and drawbacks. In a time of technological change and innovation, here is a quick guide to some of the most popular options.
Transporting a small group of cars has always been a headache. Whether the purpose is for a sporting event, an auction, or simply to relocate a vehicle collection, roll-on-roll-off (RORO) ferries have never been able to offer an ideal solution. This is one of the reasons that investors are turning towards containerised strategies.
When it comes to shipping luxury goods such as cars, it pays to get it right. Gone are the days when the only options were antiquated RoRo ferries. Today, suppliers can make use of streamlined and efficient containerised methods. Here, we take a look at the various options, and how they can be optimised.Read More
Shipping cars to America is a popular request, and with new trade deals on the horizon as Brexit draws closer, it’s likely to be a market that continues to grow. However, what’s involved? Shipping cars to the US can seem complicated, but in reality, the system is designed so that once the decision to ship has been made, the only real question is whether to opt for a RORO ferry, or a container ship.Read More
Do you need to move complicated combinations of vehicles quickly and safely? Many countries, including India, are offering incentives for vehicles to be transported by new container routes.Read More