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Choosing a Freight Forwarder

Professionalism is no luxury but a prerequisite in choosing a freight forwarder, potential customers seek assurance in terms of capability and integrity. When considering sales or purchases outside the UK, due attention should be paid to the physical delivery at the outset. If integrated into the international marketing strategy at the planning stage the freight … Continue reading Choosing a Freight Forwarder

International Vehicle Shipping

The International car shipping industry is a very competitive and private industry.  Our core business of the shipping industry is to ship cars overseas by either water, air or road.  The international automobile shipping industry is growing at an exceptional rate.  International shipping services are operated on certain well known and very established routes. If … Continue reading International Vehicle Shipping

Car shipping to South Africa

Guidelines for the Importation of Used Vehicles into South Africa Car shipping to South Africa, including Durban and Capetown, East London and Port Elizabeth Information imported from ITAC Website General Information: Persons / Firms that wish to or intend importing a used or second-hand vehicle and /or used or second hand spares and parts are … Continue reading Car shipping to South Africa

What is a Bill of Lading?

Both the ‘ticket to ride’ and the document of title, it is fair to say that in the international sale and movement of goods the ocean bill of lading, is a crucial document which has been relied upon by the commercial community over many years.  Indeed, it is regarded by the banks as the most … Continue reading What is a Bill of Lading?

New Arrangements on Personally Imported Vehicles – Australia

The Personal Imports Scheme allows migrants settling in Australia, and expatriate Australian citizens returning permanently to Australia after a long period overseas, to bring their personal vehicles with them.  The scheme is outlined at regulation 13 of the Motor Vehicle Standards Regulations 1989.  The scheme was recently amended by the Motor Vehicle Standards Amendment Regulations … Continue reading New Arrangements on Personally Imported Vehicles – Australia

Importing Vehicles into New Zealand

Information supplied by the New Zealand Import Agency (NZTA) When a vehicle is imported to be used in New Zealand, it must go through a process called entry certification.  This process checks the vehicle is in a roadworthy condition, has not been crashed or water damaged, and is legally the importer’s property. New Zealand seeks … Continue reading Importing Vehicles into New Zealand

Cars entering Australia – Update

Vehicle shipping to Australia Update – News just in from Australia 29.07.10 We have just received further advice from the Department of Environment, The scenarios do not apply to personally imported vehicles.  Personally imported vehicles (That is a vehicle with an Import Approval under the personal import category) will not need degassing until further notice … Continue reading Cars entering Australia – Update

Car Shipping to New Zealand

Firstly if you’re emigrating to New Zealand, ‘Good Luck with your new Venture’. It can be very exciting yet un-nerving period of your life, one full of decisions that you may need to make. e.g. What furniture should I take? Should I take my car with me or sell it then buy a new one … Continue reading Car Shipping to New Zealand

Car Shipping to Australia

Whether you’re looking for car shipping to Australia in a 20ft/40ft container or by the cheaper method of roll on/roll off you will need to obtain a ‘Vehicle Import Approval’. An application form must be completed for car shipping to Australia and usually costs approximately $50. This can take up to 6 weeks to arrive … Continue reading Car Shipping to Australia

The Flights

Air transport is often the most regulated of all the modes, stemming from the fact that airlines are often of national carrier stature and the subject of bilateral rights between two trading nations.  Within Europe, air transport has been liberated but the fixing of tariffs and other regulations continues in other parts of the world … Continue reading The Flights