There are millions of freight forwarders that will do the job, Peters & May spring to mind as they move alot of boats. For price and reliability we have started using a big outfit called Panalpina. They have an office in nearly every city around the world. Try www.panalpina.com
Remember that a container is 2.3 m wide , so if its wider with its tubes down you will have to use a 'flat rack' which will allow it to hang out over the side. You will get charged accordingly.
Also If putting it in to a container, you will need to drive it to the nearest loading ramp to put it in - an easy process.
Either company will also be able to quote for roll on roll off freight which means that the trailer is simply driven on to the boat and no container is used - sometimes an expensive option.