Discover Your Shipping Options
Air and sea freight modes are the most commonly used and reliable freight modes between the US and Spain. We offer sea and air freight shipping services between the US and Spain, which can handle your requirements. You can choose suitable freight modes based on your requirements to complete the shipping process.
While ocean shipping offers the cheapest and volume-based pricing, it is slow and may cause delays in your supply chain. Air freight is fast and reliable, but it can be expensive and has multiple rules and restrictions you must abide by. Let’s dive deep into understanding the different freight mode services we offer.
Ocean Freight Service
Being the best ocean freight forwarders, we are NVOCC-certified by FMC for international shipping by sea and can safely handle your sea freight shipping between the US and Spain. You can choose between our full container load (FCL) for shipping complete containers and less than container load (LCL) for small cargo volume transport services.
Our ocean transportation, freight forwarding, and logistics services are cost-effective and ideal for managing large cargo shipments.
Air Freight Services
We are certified with an IATA membership to help you ship your perishable items or high-value products using our reliable air freight shipment services. When shipping by air freight from Spain to the USA and vice versa, we ensure that the safety of your cargo is intact.
The transit time for air freight between the US and Spain can vary depending on the specific airports of departure and arrival and the airline and type of aircraft being used. On average, the transit time can range from 6 to 12 hours.
Express shipping (Courier)
We can also help you provide express shipping or courier services to ship small packages from the US to Spain or vice versa. It can help you minimize transit time and save resources to complete the shipment. On average, express shipping can take between 2 to 5 business days with the help of professional express courier shipping service providers like FedEx, DHL, UPS, etc.
Ensure that the shipment weight is 5 C.B.M.s and 20 kilograms to avoid future troubles during the express transit process.
Ware Housing and Distribution
We offer reliable warehousing and distribution solutions to help you import and export goods. Our network of warehouses and distribution centers is strategically located throughout the US and Spain, and our services range includes storage, inventory management, order fulfillment, and transportation.
Being an integral part of the modern supply chain system, we ensure you can rely on our warehouses and distribution centers to receive and distribute physical goods like agricultural products, hazardous materials, packing materials, and raw materials. All our centers are near major ports, airports, and transportation hubs to minimize shipping complications.
Break Bulk / Project Cargo
We handle your oversized, heavy, high-value cargo that requires proper planning and execution from origin to destination. Our professional project cargo logistics division simplifies the transportation process and seamlessly handles break bulk cargo like locomotives, tugboats, pipes, tanks, airplane components, etc.
Our solutions involve specialized vessels and equipment like heavy-lift ships, roll-on/roll-off ships, and flat-top barges. At AIR 7 SEAS, our team has years of expertise managing break bulk cargo with finesse.
Labeling requirements in Spain
As a member of the European Union, Spain follows the EU regulations on labeling requirements for imported goods. All imported goods must be labeled in Spanish and include the following information:
- The name and address of the manufacturer or importer.
- The net weight or volume of the product.
- A list of ingredients for food products.
- The expiration or "best before" date for perishable goods.
- A batch or lot number for traceability purposes.
- Any necessary warnings or precautions for use.
- The country of origin of the goods.
- Instructions for use or care, if applicable.
Labeling requirements in the US
In the United States, labeling requirements for imported goods are regulated by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The main labeling requirements for imported goods include:
- Country of origin
- Product name
- Net weight/volume
- Date of Manufacture and expiry
- Warning or cautionary statements
- Safety Information
- Compliance with US regulations
- Automotive products
- Textile and clothing
- Processed foods
- Medical devices
- Industrial goods
Why AIR 7 SEAS?
A leading Freight Transportation Solution Provider since 1986 in USA. We deliver Your cargo - When You Need It and Where You Need It.
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