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ROLL ON ROLL OFF (RORO) CAR SHIPPING

Roll On Roll Off  (RORO) Vessel

Roll On Roll Off from UK

What is Roll On Roll Off? 

Roll On Roll Off (RORO) car shipping method is a method used to ship vehicles/ Cargo by driving them on and off the car shipping vessel. Cars may also be loaded in the shipping vessel using a platform vehicle such as a self propelled modular transporter.  The most common and cheapest method to ship cars from UK to Africa, Asia, Australia, Far East,Middle East, The Caribbeans, South America and USA  is RORO is as it does not involve use of expensive lifting equipment.

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           We ship cars from UK to most  destinations in Africa.   Most popular car shipping  destinations in Africa are  Gaborone in Botswana, Walvis Bay in  Namibia,  Mombasa and Nairobi in Kenya,  Livingstone in Zambia, Victoria Falls, Plumtree, Kazungula, Harare, Bulawayo  in Zimbabwe

  • Australia
    We ship cars from UK to Fremantle, Melbourne, Port Kembla/Sydney, Brisbane and Newcastle 
  • New Zealand
    Vehicle shipping from UK to  Auckland, Lyttelton, Christchurch and Wellington 
  • South Africa
    Car shipping from UK to Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, East London and Durban in South Africa. 

Further export destinations are available on request, please contact us for further details.

We also ship travel trailers, tractor units, cargo trailers, and oversized vehicles via our RORO services.

Useful information

Vehicles should run, drive, brake and steer.  Personal effects and loose cargo are not permitted within most RORO shipments. ( Please ask before you load personal effects as there is a surcharge if the service is offered)    Vehicles should be clean to reduce risk of Customs / Quarantine charges.

RORO services are focused on modern, running vehicles and reliable classics.  Certain ports will ship a non running vehicle with additional surcharges.

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  • ZAMBIA
  • Tanzania
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  • AUSTRALIA
  • South Africa
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