International Automobile Shipping Services for Excavators / Cranes / Bull Dozers / Dump Trucks to Port-Au-Prince, Haiti

Because of the high frequency of earthquakes that hit Haiti, there is always a demand for construction equipment. With a reliable international shipping company like K International, transporting construction equipment from brands like Komatsu / Caterpillar / Kobelco is easy, efficient, and affordable!

Some reasons to ship to Haiti include:
  • Port Au Prince is Haiti’s main shipping port
  • the port can handle containers and all roll-on/roll-off cargo, including construction equipment shipping.
  • The Port can handle around 600 containers a day
  • Port Au Prince handles 90% of shipping to Haiti.
With all of these notable features, why not ship today?
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K International offers several international shipping services that can make the shipping process hassle-free:
  • K International Transport can ship your cargo from any port in the United States, including those in New York, Maryland, Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Texas, California, and more! 
  • If your cargo is located outside of a port city, K International Transport offers inland trucking and transportation services to transport your belongings to a port before they are shipped overseas! 
  • Roll-on/roll-off services if you are shipping wheeled cargo
  • Rigging and Dismantling services. We’ll even load your construction equipment for you!
  • and more!


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By Sunridin (Own work) [CC BY 3.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons

For more information about international shipping, call us at 212-267-6400, email us at, or reach out to us on Skype at kinternationalny. For an international shipping rate request, visit our rate request page today