What is the difference between “to port” and “to door” shipment routing?

“To port” means it’s pre-paid to the docks at the destination. You will have to arrange customs clearance and collection of your shipment from a local warehouse. You will have to pay customs, and local port fees, which for a small shipment can be $200-$700. If the quote says “to door” then the price includes customs clearance, local port fees and delivery to the residence.

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