Breakbulk Caribbean: Nirint provides the logistics solutions
Nirint provides transportation between Northern Europe and the Caribbean. We help our customers find the optimal logistics solutions. Nirint is experienced in shipping breakbulk Caribbean: no matter the volume or size of the cargo, with our expertise we ensure that it arrives swift and secure.
What is breakbulk cargo?
Breakbulk cargo includes any type of cargo that does not fit in standard shipping containers or cargo bins. Contrary to bulk shipping, such as grain or oil, breakbulk is transported individually. This might include goods transported in boxes, bags, crates, cradles, bundles or drums. However, long, heavy or over-sized goods are also considered breakbulk cargo. Examples are large vehicles, cranes, construction materials, turbine blades and large engines. Read more about breakbulk shipping
Breakbulk Caribbean: why choose Nirint?
Breakbulk shipping is more time-intensive than ordinary cargo because the goods need to be loaded individually and often additional measures are required to ensure that the cargo does not get damaged during transport. Fortunately Nirint has the in-house expertise and equipment to ensure that breakbulk Caribbean is shipped as quickly and safely as possible. We have special ships available with cranes that can be used for onshore and offshore loading/unloading in any port. Our experienced team and specialized equipment guarantees the most efficient transport for any type of breakbulk cargo.
Shipping routes for breakbulk Caribbean
Nirint has a number of different shipping routes to the Caribbean. We transport breakbulk from Europe, Canada and Asia to various ports in the Caribbean. Our base ports are located in the Netherlands, Spain, Curaçao, Aruba, Bonaire, Cuba and Canada. As the Nirint ships are en route anyway, we are also happy to divert to other destinations outside of these transport routes, as long as these are no more than 3 sailing days away. Because of this flexibility in our transport services we often deliver loads to Venezuela, the Dominican Republic, the French Antilles, Jamaica, Haiti, Trinidad, Colombia, and Costa Rica.
Europe - Caribbean route
Shipping breakbulk Caribbean to and from Europe is made easy with Nirint’s fortnightly service. This regular service takes between 10 to 14 days and sails from the Baltic Sea to Europe and the Caribbean. The ports included are:
- St. Petersburg, Russia
- Klaipeda, Lithuania
- Rotterdam, The Netherlands
- Antwerp, Belgium
- Bilbao, Spain
- Willemstad, Curaçao
- Oranjestad, Aruba
- Kralendijk, Bonaire
- Mariel, Cuba
- Santiago, Cuba
- Moa, Cuba
Canada - Caribbean route
This trade route is a 10 to 14 days service, which offers fast and competitive transport from the Caribbean to the East Coast of Canada for all cargo types. The ports included in Canada are:
- Halifax, Canada
- Montreal, Canada
- Toronto, Canada
Asia - Caribbean service
This is a monthly service that offers a direct or non-direct competitive transport service from Asian ports to and from the Caribbean. Cargo can be transported directly, or via a transfer to one of the liner services sailing from Europe. The shipping schedules, volume, quantity and type of cargo determine which options are available. The ports included in Asia are:
- Hong Kong, China
- Shanghai, China
- Tianjin (Xingang), China
- Singapore, Indonesia
- Tokyo, Japan
- Busan, South-Korea
Ports that are not listed are subject to inducement. View our sailing schedule here
Breakbulk Caribbean: choose Nirint as your logistics partner
Nirint believes that an efficient production chain is more than good logistics. We support our customers with local knowledge and years of experience in integrated and international chain management. Work together with us to make your production chain simpler, safer and more efficient by exploring new avenues and thinking outside the box. Get a rate enquiry for shipping breakbulk Caribbean.
If you would like more information about Nirint or our services, please visit our contact page. You can also reach us by phone at +3110 224 9111 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.