26.- What other costs are involved at the arriving port?

Customs brokerage and handling fees – An approximate figure for U.S. West Coast ports is about $400 (0.01 cents x lb.) The per lb. cost is lower for 2 or more containers because this fee is per shipment not per container. Some ports can charge slightly higher fees.

Inland Trucking – We ship to any seaport in the United States, Canada or Mexico. To minimize your costs, plan delivery to the closest port to your ultimate destination.

Door-to-Door Service – Sigma has partnered with leading U.S. logistics companies to offer you seamless and competitively priced freight rates. The ultimate goal is to offer you the best-in-class service at the lowest price point possible and with the least impact to the environment. Request CFR Plus service when asking for a quotation. Our partner’s team of logistics specialists will use their years of experience and sophisticated software to find the best and lowest cost to route your cargo.

Competitive Rates

The lowest available. For example, cargo arriving to Long Beach or Oakland, California to locations within the state for our Fish Powder, shipping rates will range from 0.09 to 0.16 cents x lb. Includes ocean shipping and inland trucking all the way from the origin country to your location. All fees included.

Of course rates are subject to change with market conditions so for the latest/best price on your product of interest visit the Product Page and send a Request for Quotation.

No obligation but you owe it to yourself to compare Quality and Price.

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