Car Shipping

Target Cargo Services also provide a specialist CAR Shipping service, either for individuals wanting import or export their vehicle or to trade customers requiring international car shipping.

Our International Car Shipping service has been streamlined over the last 12 years. We understand that our clients want a company with the experience, excellent agency partnership and knowledge required to ship a vehicle from UAE to anywhere worldwide.

At the time of handover of the vehicle to us, we will do a complete inspection of the car and ensure you receive it in the same condition at the destination. Our staff will keep you updated throughout the whole export/import process and we hope you use us next time you want to ship a car overseas.

When it comes to automobile shipping, you have three main options. You can ship your vehicle in a container or ship via Roll On Roll Off (RORO) or by Road.

Container Shipping

Safe and secure inside your own container, all cars are securely blocked, braced and tied down with wooden blocks to keep it from moving ensuring absolute security during the shipping process. You can also ship any personal effects inside the vehicle. This option is best if you have household goods & personal effects to ship in addition to your car. Most popular container sizes are 20 Foot & 40 Foot, depending on the number of cars you plan on shipping and the volume of your household goods.

RoRo Shipping

The easiest way to ship a car overseas is to have it driven into a ship. All major car manufacturers use this method. They 'roll' their cars on the ship, then 'roll' it off the ship. Once the car is on the ship, it is secured by straps and braces to keep it from moving. If you want to ship a car overseas, this is normally the safest and most cost effective way. It is important to note that you cannot ship personal effects using this method.

Car Shipping via Road Freight

Road transport is an fairly effective and quick transportation method within the GCC and some surrounding Arab countries. Typically the car is part of a multiple car shipment. It is important to keep in mind that some GCC countries do not allow cars more than 5 years old to be imported, nor do they allow stuffing of personal effects inside the car.