Agricultural and Construction Equipment Transport, Shipping and Logistics Specialists to Canada
Dornack International are experts in the shipping and transport of Agricultural and Construction equipment to Canada.
We have over 30 + years experience in importing and exporting Agricultural and Construction machinery to and from Canada. We specialize in the shipment of tractors, combine harvesters, balers, backhoe loaders and excavators. Dornack provide worldwide shipping and transport services.
Because of our knowledge and experience we offer a complete door to door or port to port service. As a result we are able to transport your equipment from anywhere to anywhere in the world.
We ensure that your tractor, baler, combine harvester or excavator will be in the safe hands of our highly trained operators for the duration of its journey. At the same time our team in the UK will be working hard to guarantee the safe and reliable shipment of your goods.
When you need to ship Agricultural or Construction equipment to Canada you can rely on Dornack International for a professional and trustworthy service. Contact us now for a quotation.
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Examples of Agricultural and Construction Equipment items commonly shipped to Canada include:
RORO – Roll On Roll Off
Together with our partners, we operate a number of Roll-On / Roll-Off (RORO) routes. This is normally the most cost effective method of shipping combine harvesters, large balers and excavators. We can offer door-to-door or port-to-port (solely sea freight) services depending on your requirements.
20ft, 40ft, 40ftHC Containers
Depending on the size of your tractor, combine harvester, baler, excavator or indeed any other piece of machinery, you may be able to ship by container. In some cases however you may have to disassemble your machinery in order to meet the internal dimensions of the container.
- Abnormal Loads
- Conventional Trailer
- Specialist Machinery Trailers
Approximate Shipping Times
Ferry Crossing UK to Canada is usually 8 to 9 days subject to the sailing schedule
Ports of Entry
For cargo shipments, some of the main ports of entry to Canada are: