From

Busan, South Korea (seaport)

To

Moscow, Russia (city)

Cargo type
Quantity
Weight

Container

1x40

20000.0 KG

The cost from 6 882 USD

From

Busan, South Korea (seaport)

To

Novorossiysk, Russia (seaport)

Cargo type
Quantity
Weight

Container

1x40

3000.0 KG

The cost from 7 785 USD

From

Busan, South Korea (seaport)

To

Vladivostok Commercial Sea Port, Russia (seaport)

Cargo type

Less-than-container/ truckload cargo

Volume
0,008 m 3

Quantity

1 pcs

Weight

5.0 KG

The cost from 88 USD

From

Busan, South Korea (seaport)

To

Makhachkala, Dagestan Republic, Russia (city)

Cargo type
Quantity
Weight

Container

1x20

20000.0 KG

The cost from 2 163 USD

From

Busan, South Korea (seaport)

To

Gdansk, Poland (seaport)

Cargo type
Quantity
Weight

Container

1x20

9000.0 KG

The cost from 3 215 USD

From

Busan, South Korea (seaport)

To

Gdansk, Pomeranian, Poland (city)

Cargo type

Less-than-container/ truckload cargo

Volume
9,216 m 3

Quantity

8 pcs

Weight

8000.0 KG

The cost from 1 261 USD

From

Busan, South Korea (seaport)

To

Kraków, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland (city)

Cargo type

Less-than-container/ truckload cargo

Volume
5,760 m 3

Quantity

5 pcs

Weight

5000.0 KG

The cost from 850 USD

From

Busan, South Korea (seaport)

To

Klaipeda, Lithuania (seaport)

Cargo type
Quantity
Weight

Container

1x20

20000.0 KG

The cost from 3 315 USD

From

Busan, South Korea (seaport)

To

Hamburg, Germany (seaport)

Cargo type
Quantity
Weight

Container

1x20

20000.0 KG

The cost from 3 309 USD
General Information

Freight shipping from South Korea

South Korea has a good balance of imports and exports. Export partners are the USA, Russia, Mexico, and India. Main export commodities: automotive products, chemical products and electronic equipment. For US imports, China and Chile are the main trading partners. Chemical products, wood/lumber, scrap metal, aluminum are often imported into South Korea. Possible ways to deliver goods from South Korea are by sea, by air and in multimodal communication – a method that is gaining popularity. It implies delivery by sea containers with the participation of road and/or railway transport.