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Shipping to Asia? Select an international freight forwarder with the experience shipping to and within the continent of Asia. LILLY + Associates specializes in service and competitive rates to this region, streamlining your supply chain in time, cost and overall efficiencies.

Don’t see one of your shipping destinations below? Don’t worry, we ship everywhere in Asia! Give us a call today (305) 513-9540 to discuss your specific shipping needs.

Many of our customers use China for one part of their supply chain or another, whether that means importing products for Chinese consumers or exporting finished goods that were assembled in Chinese factories. LILLY is known for its international presence, and this includes our wholly owned offices we operate around the world – and yep, we have some in China. One of the many benefits of this international system is that you will always have someone to talk to, 24/7, thanks to our global presence.

When handling your imports, we’re experts in utilizing blind bill of ladings to protect your supply chain if you need to, and we employ customs agents at the ports to handle all necessary processes. Trucking is a vital part of the import business into China, whether shipments are going to a warehouse or an end user, and either way – we’ve got you covered.

We are no less prepared when it comes to exporting goods from China. We can have someone inspect the factories where your merchandise is being manufactured if you are unable to do it yourself. We take care of quality control, we run warehousing and consolidations, and we always put in place a blind bill of lading when the discretion of your supply chain is a must.

China has 172 ports, of which the most popular are:

    • Nansha Port
    • Port of Chiwan
    • Port of Guangzhou
    • Port of Huangpu
    • Port of Lianyungang
    • Port of Ningbo
    • Port of Qingdao
    • Port of Shanghai
    • Port of Shekou
    • Port of Tianjin
    • Port of Xingang
    • Port of Yantian

As one of the world’s fastest-growing economies, India is a bustling hub for all sorts of imports and exports. The country’s largest industries include textiles, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, food processing, steel, transport equipment, petroleum, machinery, and software, among many others. All these industries require moving merchandise in and out of the country, such as electronics and ingredients for food.  In particular, we receive a lot of requests to ship used and shredded tires into India, but LILLY can handle any type of shipment.

With the help of our agents in India, specifically dedicated to serving that locale, you will always have someone to talk to and help you out.

There are 76 ports in India, the most popular of which are:

  • Nhava Sheva
  • Port of Chennai
  • Port of Cochin
  • Port of Haldia
  • Port of Kolkata
  • Port of Mumbai
  • Port of Mundra
  • Port of Pipavav
  • Port of Visakhapatnam

As an archipelago of at least 7,107 islands, ocean travel is an understandably very popular method of transportation in the region. The country exports a lot of semiconductors and electronics products, as well as transport equipment, clothing items, copper products, petroleum products, coconut oil, and fruits. Philippine shippers do a lot of business with the United States as well as other Asian countries and certain European nations, such as the Netherlands and Germany.

There are sixty two ports in the Philippines (understandable, with all those islands!), of which the most popular are:

  • Port of Bataan
  • Port of Batangas
  • Port of Bugo
  • Port of Cagayan de Oro
  • Port of Cebu
  • Port of Davao
  • Port of Iloilo
  • Port of Manila
  • Port of Subic Bay

Did you know that Thailand is the world’s number one exporter of rice? Despite that impressive fact, that’s not all Thailand is known for exporting. Major exports out of Thailand include rice, textiles and footwear, cars, jewelry, rubber, computers, and electrical appliances – all products with which LILLY has extensive shipping experience!

Thailand has 20 ports, including:

  • Bangkok Modern Terminal
  • Erawan Terminal
  • Port of Bangkok
  • Port of Chiang Khong
  • Port of Chiang Saen
  • Port of Kantang
  • Port of Khanom
  • Port of Koh Si Chang
  • Port of Krabi
  • Port of Laem Chabang
  • Port of Map Ta Phut
  • Port of Phrapradang
  • Port of Phuket
  • Port of Ranong
  • Port of Rayong
  • Port of Samui
  • Port of Songkhla
  • Prachuap Port
  • Sattahip Commercial Port
  • Sriracha Harbor

Although you might not have guessed it, as of 2014, Singapore is the 14th largest exporter and 15th largest importer in the world. This is partially due to its strategically beneficial geographic location and its well-developed port facilities – both of which makes LILLY’s shipping job much easier! The country has relatively few trade barriers, which makes the nation a popular shipping location worldwide. That being said, there are some import restrictions, mainly due to environmental, health, and public safety concerns. For example, importers must have a license to ship rice into the country to ensure both food security and price stability.

There are only two ports in Singapore for all its business:

  • Jurong Port
  • Port of Singapore

Trade between this archipelago and other nations is greatly facilitated by its strategic location off a sea lane. Indonesia’s biggest trade partner is Japan, and the country’s main exports are oil and gas, electrical appliances, plywood, textiles, and rubber. As far as imports are concerned, LILLY works with customers to bring machinery and equipment, chemicals (mainly through isotanks and other hazmat containers), fuels, and food products into the country.

Indonesia has quite a number of ports, clocking in with 154 different locations. The most popular are:

  • Port of Banjarmasin
  • Port of Belawan
  • Port of Dumai
  • Port of Jakarta
  • Port of Kuala Tanjung
  • Port of Panjang
  • Port of Surabaya
  • Port of Tanjung Priok
  • Port of Teluk Bayur

Although all of Southeast Asia is considered a trade hub, Malaysia in particular is considered a fundamental commercial center. The country has good shipping relationships with a number of countries, especially the United States. To facilitate this strong partnership, LILLY + Associates has gone out of its way to develop and maintain solid, communicative relationships with all our Malaysian partners. We send a number of different types of goods to the country from the US, including machinery and electronics.

There are 25 shipping ports in Malaysia:

  • Dermaga Tanjung Lembung
  • Johor Port
  • Kemaman Port
  • Kertih Port
  • Kota Kinabalu Port
  • Kuantan Port
  • Kuching Port
  • Kudat Port
  • Kunak Port
  • Labuan Port
  • Lahad Datu Port
  • Lumut Port
  • Malacca Port
  • Miri Port
  • Port of Bintulu
  • Port Dickson
  • Port Klang
  • Port of Penang
  • Rajang Port
  • Sandakan Port
  • Sepangar Bay Oil Terminal
  • Sungai Udang Port
  • Tanjung Pelepas Port
  • Tawau Port
  • Teluk Ewa Jetty

Japan is the 5th largest importer and exporter in the world. A lot of LILLY’s business with Japan involves shipping raw materials, as the country imports the materials in order to process them and then export them again for additional value. Lately, Japan has been the top exporting nation for fifteen other countries!

The small island of Japan is home to 292 ports, the most popular of which are:

  • Port of Chiba
  • Port of Kashima
  • Port of Kobe
  • Port of Mizushima
  • Port of Moji
  • Port of Osaka
  • Port of Sendai
  • Port of Tokyo
  • Port of Yokohama

Taiwan does quite a bit of business with other Asian countries, and Taiwanese businesses have invested heavily in countries such as China and Vietnam. In particular, the nation is heavily involved in technology and exports computer chips, LCD panels, networking equipment, and other consumer electronics.

There are six ports in Taiwan:

  • Hualien Port
  • Mailiao Harbor
  • Port of Kaohsiung
  • Port of Keelung
  • Port of Taichung
  • Port of Taipei

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