Shipping Cargo, Containers & Vehicles To Benin
Africa Import Export offer shipping and freight forwarding services for importers, exporters and trading companies shipping bulk cargo and 20ft, 40ft, 40ft HC (High Container) containers for delivery within Benin.
Cotonou is the main shipping port, business centre and capital city of Benin, while Porto-Novo is the administrative seat of government and other major towns and cities include Abomey-Calavi, Djougou, Parakou, Godomey, Bohicon, Kandi, Dassa-Zoume, Lokossa, Ouidah, Abomey, Natitingou, Kouande and Save
Our container shipping team can arrange the best quotes, lowest prices and cheapest costs for shipping bulk cargo, containers, cars, vehicles, trucks and heavy machinery to Benin from USA, UK, UAE, Europe, South America, Turkey, India and China
- Shipping 20ft, 40ft, 40ft HC Containers
- Shipping Cars, Buses & Vans
- Shipping Trucks & Heavy Machinery
Benin Supply Chains, Sales Agents, Wholesalers & Distributors
Africa Import Export offer consultancy services on every aspect of importing, exporting, selling and distributing goods and products into the Benin market,
- supplier selection, sourcing trading partners, contract negotiation, best shipping terms
- carrier and route selection, licensing, customs clearance, warehousing, sales and distribution
Bank Letters Of Credit, Guarantees & Payment Obligations
We advise wholesale buyers, bulk importers, trade distributors and exporters on the best bank payment options and terms for the profitable export, import and sales of products and goods in West Africa.
- Bank Letter of Credit (L/C)
- Standby Letter Of Credit (SBLC)
- Bank Guarantees & Counter Guarantees
- Bank Payment Obligation (BPO)
- Documents Against Bank Payment
Please contact us for a no obligation discussion regarding starting, set up or develop a business or to discuss business investment opportunities in Benin, West Africa.
Travel, Holiday & Tourism Business Opportunities in Benin
Benin Republic was, as a colony of France, formerly known as Dahomey. It first gained self-government in 1958, before becoming independent on the Ist of August 1960.
The total land space of Benin is 112, 600 square kilometres. It has a mixed terrain; varying from, dense forests, lagoons, low, almost flat and sandy coastlines, to very fertile land on the plateaux. The mountain which straddles Benin on the northwest and Togo is about 640 metres at its peak, whilst the Niger River valley occupies the northeast.
The Benin climate is tropical, with an average temperature of 270C or 800F. Benin consists of about 40 different ethnic groups. Benin has a long tradition of Kingdoms dating back to the 12th century, with links to the Benin Kingdoms in Nigeria.