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Old 10 Apr 2023
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South Africa air freight to South America

Does anybody have current information or suggestions of good companies to handle air freight of my bike from Anywhere in South Africa to South America. All help most appreciated
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We sent our bike from Cape Town to Buenos Aires in October 2022.

We used EconoTrans in Cape Town, and used Dakar motors to clear the bike in BA.
lyndon@econotrans.co.za

dakarmotos@hotmail.com

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many thanks sorry about the tardy reply. I have been away in Europe for several weeks. Please if it is not too much trouble can you advise the approx cost for the shipping and at each end. Thanks
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My bike is presently in Cape Town and has been since the beginning of September. I'm getting quotes to fly it to South America as I was unable to secure a spot in a container with African Overlanders. The quote I'm getting from Econo Trans to Buenos Aries is $4240.00 USD for my 2009 Suzuki DR650!
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Cassablanca to Cape Town

looking for an agent to ship my moto from Cassablanca to Cape Town
Janurary 2024

or any other convienient logistical place in Morocco or even Spain,
I will have to get it out og Morocco before the TVIP expires

Plenty of options

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Container to Cape

I just dropped off my moto in Cassblanca to be fully crated, stored, and shipped to Cape Town, where I will meet it in August, to continue my adventure in Africa. I looked at airfare, costs logitic's, plus the fact I had to be there in person, before and after. So I decided to fullycrate,and place it in a container. This works since I have arranged storage on both ends.. My Moroccan TVIP permit will expire while in transit, so I was instructed to leave it with agent, who will regesister with customs.
$2,350, I anticipate a few minor costs, plus I will probably get a carnet before it arrives in Cape Town. OR I can purchase a TVIP directly with South Africas,, I haven't decided yet which one is best since I don't know exactly where and when my moto and me end up in a few years?

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