If you are considering send goods out of Thailand, you must be aware of export requirements such as packing, labeling, documentation, and insurance requirements to ensure that your goods arrive on time and at the right price. It is important that your goods are:
Victor Richer Trans assists you (exporter) in preparing price quotations by advising on freight costs, port charges, consular fees, costs of special documentation, insurance costs, and handling fees. We will absolutely reserve the necessary space on a vessel, aircraft, train, or truck. The cost for the services is a legitimate export cost that should be included in the price charged to the customer.
Once the order is ready for shipment, we willl review all documents to ensure that everything is in order. This is of particular importance with letter of credit payment terms, the bill of lading and any special required documentation. After shipment, we can route the documents to the seller, the buyer, or to a paying bank. Also we can make arrangements with customs brokers overseas to ensure that the goods comply with customs export documentation regulations.
Returning Thai residents who have been abroad for one year or longer, for the purposes other than touring are eligible to bring in household effects acquired abroad free of taxes and duties. In addition, nonresidents changing their residence to Thailand may import the household effects subject to the conditions stated without payment of import taxes duties.
Duty is calculated on the CIF value of a shipment. This means the Cost of the goods (as detailed on your suppliers’ commercial invoice), the Insurance paid on the shipment (if you haven’t insured the shipment Customs will still expect a figure to be accounted for), and the freight paid to move the shipment from A to B (all the costs, from door to door). Victor Richer Trans can assist in calculating Duty liabilities as well as undertaking Customs clearance on your behalf and ensuring the correct Duty is paid to Customs.
To promote Thailand as a global trade hub, Thai Customs administers provide various Customs-related incentive schemes to facilitate the trading community. They also constantly review the schemes to meet the needs of our traders.
Please refer to the list of incentive schemes below.
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As of July 1, 2016, Amendments to SOLAS chapter VI to require mandatory verification of the gross mass of containers, either by weighing the packed container; or weighing all packages and cargo items, using a certified method approved by the competent authority of the State in which packing of the container was completed.
ISO tank is more cost-efficient, as it contains more volume per shipment than drums and flexi-bags. General 20ft container holds about 16,000 liters (80 drums at 200 liters), whereas ISO tank allows you to ship up to 26,000 liters. Since the product is loaded directly into the tank, you can also save time and cost of packing materials.