RORO (Roll on Roll off) shipping is a popular way of transporting freight from country to country. Initially, this idea was created by the Japanese automobile companies to ship their cars and other vehicles from Japan to the United States of America and Europe. This is a fast and economical way to ship using specialised vessels known as car carriers.
These days people use RORO vessels not only to carry cars, but all kinds of motorised equipment, rolling as well static cargo: trucks, boats, motorhomes, travel trailers, tractors, excavators, cranes and other high & heavy equipment and machinery.
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Cargo Australia’s International RORO transport is popular with exporters and importers primarily for many reasons, cost and efficiency compared to an exclusive container shipping service is much higher.
If your car has a high value, or urgently required at a certain destination then, we use air freight service. We custom tailor a logistics program for your car, motorbike, caravan, motorhome that will have it shipped quickly and easily
Preparing for roll on roll off service takes very little time compared to enclosed container shipping. Vehicle need be driven down and up the ramps for loading and unloading. Therefore, still need some fuel inside along with the battery attached.
Other shipping methods which don’t need the vehicle to be functional normally require that you remove all gasoline from the tank and disconnect the battery for many reasons.
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Popular overseas destinations include major ports in Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia, Oceania & New Zealand, Central America and South America. Here are some ports that we are shipping to: New York, Baltimore, Charleston, Jacksonville, Miami, New Orleans, Houston, Galveston, Halifax (Canada) and Los Angeles, England (Southampton), Germany (Hamburg), Philippines (Bauan) , Bangladesh (Chittagong), Senegal (Dakar), Toge (Lomo), Dubai UAE and over 100 destinations around the world.
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