Cargo delivery from the UAE to Thailand is at high-demand on the international delivery market. Thanks to the perfect geographic location of the Kingdom of Thailand – it is located in the southwestern part of the Indochina Peninsula and in the northern part of the Malay Peninsula – World Post are able to offer high-quality delivery service from the Emirates. Punctuality, expertise, reputation and experience are the main criteria due to which partners opt for our company. World Post experts will help to choose the best route for the cargo to Thailand which will allow you to receive the delivery to Thailand on time.
How does World Post deliver from the UAE to Thailand?
Having more than 10 years of experience, World Post has established a transparent and easy cargo delivery framework from the Emirates to Thailand. Particular attention we pay to a developed and thought-out system of maritime communications. as well as to big number of airports, serving fast cargo transportation. It is the seaports of Thailand that stimulate the country's economy and contribute to its further growth.
World Post is eager to reduce shipping costs, minimize possible risks and ensure reliable cargo delivery from the UAE to Thailand.
Our company offers the following types of cargo delivery:
- air freight
- sea freight
Air Freight from the UAE to Thailand
Thailand has a fairly developed network of airports that excites the constant increase in air freight turnover among the United Arab Emirates and Thailand. There are currently approximately 106 airports in the Kingdom. The largest airfields are located in Bangkok, Pattaya, on the islands of Phuket and Samui.
The main airports for cargo delivery by air:
SuvarnabhumiSuvarnabhumi is Thailand's largest international airport, located east of Bangkok 25 kilometers from the city center. Being one of the largest air hubs in Southeast Asia, Suvarnabhumi Airport provides cargo delivery services in a separate cargo terminal with an area of 549.416 square m, and the annual cargo turnover equals to 3 million tons.
Samui International AirportSamui International Airport is located on the island of the same name, about 2 km north of the main village of Chaweng. Samui Airport is probably one of the most unusual airports in the world – it has no internal premises, only a souvenir shop. It is also curious that it is located in the forest and fits perfectly into the local landscape. Despite its modest size, it is the sixth busiest airport of Thailand.
Phuket International AirportPhuket International Airport is 32 km from the center of Phuket and takes second place in the total air traffic of Thailand. This airport plays an important role not only for the tourism business, but also for cargo transportation. The cargo terminal ships 12,000 tons of cargo per year.
Sea freight from the UAE to Thailand
Bordering with the Indian and the Pacific Ocean creates unlimited opportunities for sea freight from the UAE to Thailand. 19 ports of Thailand are located on the Pacific coast and 4 on the coast of the Indian Ocean, two more ports on the Mekong River. The largest ports include Bangkok, Laem Chabang, Pattati, Sattahip, Satun, Ranong.
Port BangkokPort Bangkok is Thailand's largest port. It is located on the left bank of the Chao Phraya River, so almost all of the country's main cargo volumes pass through it. Its area equals to 3.6 square km and includes 18 berths. Numerous sea routes from around the world converge in the port of Bangkok. Port cargo turnover is approximately 21 million tons annually.
Laem Chabang PortA large part of international import shipments to Thailand passes through Laem Chabang port. It is a whole city with about 100 thousand inhabitants. The port consists of seven container terminals, such as multi-purpose terminal, ro-ro terminal, passenger terminal, general cargo terminal, shipyard terminal. The port is connected with the local districts of the country by a double-track railway and an autobahn. Laem Chabang connects the Asia-Pacific region with North America and the Great Silk Sea Route with Europe.
World Post cargo delivery service in Thailand
If you have any questions regarding our cargo delivery from the UAE to Thailand, you can contact World Post managers at any convenient time.
Our contacts in Thailand:
- Contact persons: Kseniia
- Phone\ WhatsApp\ Telegram: +971 (56) 9-22-99-77
- Skype: world-post
- E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday – Thursday 09:00 – 18:00
Friday – Saturday 10:00 – 16:00