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  • Storage & Fees

    Our storage facility is under 24/7 camera and security surveillance. Day 1 begins once the vehicle arrives to our holding yard. We provide 30 days free storage, thereafter Y500 per day per vehicle.   

  • Shipping of EV vehicles?

    IMPORTANT NOTICE:

    Global shipping lines have banned EV's and PHEV vehicles. A major reason for this ruling is due to a fire which broke out onboard a MOL vessel the Felicity Ace which sank in the Atlantic.  The cause of the fire was traced back to an EV vehicle.  

    The only current option is to ship with Hapag Lloyd (HPL) - however cars must be shipped as dangerous goods and will attract a DG surcharge of US$1300.00 per container.  Good are shipped by standard 40ft HQ container with no restrictions on the number of cars to be loaded. 







  • Can I trans-ship my container to port Addu or Kulhudhuffushi?

    All ocean freight quotes provided by JAP EXPRESS are to port Male ONLY. 

    If you wish to trans-ship your container from Male to other ports, then you will need to contact your local shipping agent  (e.g. One World Logistics) 

    A round trip voyage from Male to Addu or Kulhudhuffushi will cost  approx MRV 55,000 + 6% GST | Total MVR 58,300  (Approx US$3,700.00 GST incl*) 

    JAP Express cannot simply change the "Port of Discharge" without paying the additional trans-shipment freight costs.  

    For more information contact your local agent 

  • How long does shipping take?

    Normally the sailing time is approx 30 ~35 days, but this may change depenidng on shipping line - We currently use CMA-CGM, Hapag-Lioyd, Maersk, Cosco and MOL 

  • How many cars can you load per container?