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Old 03-06-2013, 09:21 PM   #11
Cocoa Beach Bum
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Originally Posted by ToneWrx02 View Post
I need help shipping my car to Sweden, from what I read is not go thru a broker. From what I know mark how much mileage car has, put only enough fuel to take car in and out of containers.

I live in a port city gothenburg Se, so picking up wouldn't be a problem. car Is located in Sioux city, IA Usa, parents would be the one delivering to shipper.

I need advice and name of known companies, I'm willing to shell out 2-3000$ for shipping.

thanks: D
You might want to investigate Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (WWL). They actually own ships and port facilities and move cars from the US East Coast to Europe ports, including Gothenburg, SE. Subaru uses them to ship cars from its plant in Lafayette, IN to Europe via the Port of Baltimore and WWL has an office there in Lafayette. An ideal situation would be to drop your car off at the Subaru plant in IN and it gets shipped to the Port of Baltimore via train with a bunch of new Subaru Tribecas. I wouldn't hold my breath on that, though. It is possible that WWL can recommend a carrier that can safely move your car from Sioux City to one of their port facilities on the East Coast.

Here are some WWL links.
WWL home page:
East Coast sailing schedule for next few weeks:
Shipping instructions for POVs (Privately Owned Vehicles):
List of WWL offices in North America:
WWL's Port of Baltimore information:
Gothenburg Office Contact Info:

Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics
Mailing Address
Sydatlanten 10, Skandiahamnen
Gothenburg 403 36
Physical Address
Sydatlanten 10, Skandiahamnen
Gothenburg 403 36
Switchboard: +46 31 645 050
Telefax: +46 31 645 070
Primary Email: [email protected]
Notes: Notes : E-mail Agency 24 hrs: [email protected]
Contact Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics

The US DoD is, by far, the largest customer which needs to arrange shipment of POVs out of the US. You might want to try and figure out who the DoD uses as contractors.
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