USA Port Information

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All vehicles entering the Port will require all accompanying documentation (Dock Receipts and Original Vehicle Title) to be prepared and grouped in the order to expedite vehicles to Customs and Border Patrol to be cleared and stamped on time.

⚬Vehicles require accompanying Title to be accepted for export on delivery to the port. Some ports do make exceptions on a case-by-case basis however this incurs Customs Rejection ($50) Fees plus applicable port storage. We do not ever advise delivering vehicle to port without title.

Receiving Criteria for all vehicles:

Please note Ports are increasingly strict about receiving guidelines and do not make exceptions to receiving rules:

​⚬Must have a key
⚬No fluids leaking from the vehicles
⚬No household goods or trash.
⚬Must be clean with no mud or other contaminants.
⚬Any broken windows must be covered to prevent water ingress.
*Ports will reject vehicles with any broken glass exposed – we recommend vacuuming glass and wrapping all windows/windshields for port safety.
⚬NO Hybrid and/or Electric Vehicles are accepted for export.
*Please be careful with vehicle purchases to avoid being rejected at the port – carriers are not making exceptions for these vehicles especially after the July 2023 Newark Vessel Fire 

Receiving Criteria for Runners (Cars / SUVs):

​⚬Must have a functioning driver’s seat door, seatbelt, a complete windshield, be steerable, and have brakes; with no broken glass, bodily fluids, sharp metal, hanging exploded airbags, or anything that could harm the driver or hinder the safe ability to drive the vehicle.
⚬Nothing in vehicle other than the spare and the jack.
⚬About ¼ tank of fuel
*Ports will consider Running vehicles as NonRunner if there is not enough fuel to drive the car, please make sure there is around ¼ tank filled before delivery.

 Receiving Criteria for NON – Runners (Cars / SUVs):

⚬Unable to move under its own power but​ able to roll safely
⚬Must have a key.
⚬Nothing in vehicle other than the spare and the jack.
⚬Less than ¼ tank of fuel

Receiving Criteria for Forklift (Cars / SUVs): 

⚬Unable to move under its own power or presents a hazard to the operator
⚬Must not be leaking fluid or any other condition which would create a hazardous work area
⚬Must not present a fire hazard

Receiving Criteria for High and Heavy Trucks:

⚬Must a functioning driver’s seat door, seatbelt, a complete windshield, be steerable, and have brakes; with no broken glass, bodily fluids, sharp metal, hanging exploded airbags, or anything that could harm the driver or hinder the safe ability to drive the vehicle.
⚬Should be in good running order.
⚬Nothing in or on the truck other than well secured vehicle specific spare parts
⚬Not much less than ¼ tank of fuel
*Some ports accept Non-Running & Forklift Vehicles on a case by case basis – email Docs@gforwarding.com for special bookings

ATLANTIC CONTAINER LINES LTD


Port
Non-Runner
Forklift
Port Demand
Baltimore
OPEN
OPEN
MED
 
Freeport
OPEN
OPEN
HIGH
 
Jacksonville
OPEN
OPEN
LOW
 
New York
CLOSED
CLOSED
HIGH
CLOSED pending Port Authority Vessel Fire Investigation - No Opening Date scheduled 
Providence
OPEN
OPEN
LOW
 
Wilmington
OPEN
OPEN
LOW
 

SALLAUM LINES DMCC


Port
Non-Runner
Forklift
Port Demand
Baltimore
CLOSED
CLOSED
MED
South Locust Point *NonRunner & Forklift Closed as of 2/5/2024 
Baltimore
OPEN
OPEN
MED
Tradepoint *Port Closed for All Deliveries as of 2/5/2024 
Boston
CLOSED
CLOSED
HIGH
CLOSED for all cargo. 
Davisville
OPEN
CLOSED
MED
 
Freeport
OPEN
OPEN
MED
 
Jacksonville
OPEN
OPEN
MED
 
Newark
CLOSED
CLOSED
HIGH
CLOSED pending Port Authority Vessel Fire Investigation - No Opening Date scheduled 
Philadelphia
OPEN
CLOSED
MED
 

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