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    Customs Clearance

    Air Transportation

  • Don’t wait until your goods arrive to be informed that you have failed to comply with regulatory licensing or import permit requirements, contact us prior to placing your order.
  • Prompt clearance is required as storage charges apply to all cargo which is not collected within specified time frames.
    We can attend to most regulatory issues prior to arrival of your consignment when commercial documentation is provided in advance by either email or facsimile transmission.

    Minimum documentation required to facilitate clearance, must be in English and clearly legible :
    •  Commercial Invoice (not pro-forma)
    •  Packing List
    •  Air waybill
    •  Completed Letter of Authorisation & Acknowledgement of Trading Conditions
    •  Evidence of Identity

    Sea Transportation

  • Don’t wait until your goods arrive to be informed that you have failed to comply with regulatory licensing or import permit requirements, contact us prior to placing your order.
  • With the introduction of Sea Waybills, Express Bills  of Lading, Telex release and surrendered bills of ladings, clearance may, in most instances, be facilitated on emailed or  faxed documents. If an original of lading is issued at the origin and all copies are  not surrendered to the issuing office, the correctly endorsed original bill of lading is required to be lodged with  the representatives’ office in the destination port to obtain a delivery order.

    As with airfreight, storage charges accrue after a specified time frame for consignments which remain uncollected at the expiry of the free period.
    Prompt action by you, the importer, in providing the necessary documentation well in advance of the vessel arrival will be beneficial in the clearance process.

    Minimum Documentation  to Facilitate clearance, must be in English and clearly legible :

    •  Commercial Invoice (not pro-forma)
    •  Packing L:ist
    •  Quarantine Packing declaration
    •  Bill of Lading
    •  Completed Letter of Authorisation & Acknowledgement of Trading Conditions
    •  Evidence of Identity

    Parcels Post

  • Don’t wait until your goods arrive to be informed that you have failed to comply with regulatory licensing or import permit requirements, contact us prior to placing your order.
  • Packages arriving are “screened” by Australian Customs and Quarantine. If  the regulatory authority deems further information or a
    Formal import declaration is required to facilitate release, a notification letter or card will be forwarded to the addresse nominated on the
    package.

    Minimum documention required to facilitate clearance, must be in English and clearly legible :

    •  Notification letter or card from Australia Post
    •  Commercial Invoice (not proforma)
    •  Packing List
    •  Completed Letter of Authorisation & Acknowledgement of Trading Conditiions
    •  Evidence of  Identity

    Upon release authorisation being granted, Australian Customs will inform Australia Post to faciliate delivery to the consignee.

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