Incoterms (International Commercial Terms), is a set of sales terms defined by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). They are widely used as a standard for international trade because they clarify the responsibilities between buyer and seller.
- Authority letter
- Bill of Lading / Airwaybill copy
- Original Commercial Invoice – with signature and company stamp
- Original Packing List – showing HS Code, cargo weight and measurement, with signature and company stamp
- Certificate of Origin -Issued by the Chamber The invoice must be completed properly showing the:
- Country of origin
- Detailed description of the goods.
- Total amount of the goods.
- Currency used.
- Certain goods will require additional documentation, please contact us for more information.
LCL and airfreight shipments rates are based on volume or gross weight, whichever is greater. In order to calculate the volume of a shipment, the dimensions of each piece are required. If the volume weight exceeds the actual weight, the shipment is rates at the volume weight. If the volume weight is less than the actual weight, the shipment is rated at the actual weight.
Cargo insurance is not mandatory, but it is a wise decision. If something goes wrong, it is important to have cargo insurance in place to protect your business. In certain situations, shippers can become liable for losses and damages. Yes, we can provide a cargo insurance quote. Just provide us with the nature of the cargo and the invoice value of the goods.
Yes, we can facilitate door-to-door pickup and delivery, to and from anywhere in the world.
We need to know from where your shipment will be picked up, delivery location, number of pieces/pallets – weight and dimensions and a description of the commodity. You also need to indicate the terms of shipping (Incoterms) and preferred mode of transport (Air/Sea).
Dangerous goods are divided into 9 categories, according to the type of hazard they represent. Some of the classes are divided into divisions:
➢ Class 1: EXPLOSIVES
➢ Class 2: GASES
➢ Class 3: Flammable liquids
➢ Class 4: Flammable Solids
➢ Class 5: Oxidizing substances and organic peroxides
➢ Class 6: Radioactive material
➢ Class 7: Corrosives
➢ Class 8: Miscellaneous dangerous goods
Yes, we can handle your personal effect shipment from Door to Port/Airport only including providing dismantling and packing services.
Air cargo is moved in both passenger and freighters aircrafts. Acceptable dimensions vary depending on the type of the plane. In general, you can follow below guidelines on the maximum pallet height: Passenger Flight: Max Pallet Height: ≈ 155 CMs Freighter: Max Pallet Height: ≈ 243 CMs Outsized cargo will require Charter Services.
There are 3 types of packaging accoding to the degree of danger they represent:
- Packing Group 1: High Danger
- Packing Group 2: Medium Danger
- Packing Group 3: Low Danger.
It is the shipper’s responsibility to determine and classift the shipment class, division and packing group to fall to.
We do handle personal effects cargo on door to port basis only.
We need to have the details of the shipment in order to decide to move it as LCL, FCL or by air , also we need to know more details if we will collect the cargo or we will deliver the empty container to the client, we need to know if the client will stuff the container or we are required to stuff it, if we got these details from the client we will get the rate from the shipping line and will work on the rate, if not, we have to do a survey and continue the same procedure.
We will move as LCL or as airfreight shipments since we are charging per CBM if we move the shipment as LCL
Yes, we do a proper packing for export, also we do domestic and corporate packing and relocation locally within UAE, we need to do a survey.
We need to check with the shipping line based on the final destination we are required to ship to.
It depends on the shipping line and their services to the required destination.
Personal effects cargo 1. Packing list 2. Passport and visa copy, and EID copy of the shipper 3. Certificate of export if car is included Note: In addition to above we require the full address of the consignee, and he will sign an export declaration, and no objection letter to MICCO to export the car in case the car included Commercial cargo 1. Commercial invoice copy 2. Packing list copy Note: Original docs are required when the shipment is on door to door basis and on temporary basis. for temporary export
Yes, we can, we need to know the details and the location to arrange the no of facilitators required and the suitable type of truck required.
No is it excluded but we can a cargo insurance quote, if the client insists to have insurance included he needs to provide us provide us with the details of the cargo and the invoice value of the goods in details.
It depends on the no of rooms/items to be shifted and the location of the new apartment/ villa
Yes, we can; based on the details which we will collect from the client.
We do not keep personal cargo in our warehouse, and for commercial we need to have a storage contract /agreement in order to store them in our facility
– It is 5% of the value of goods plus CIF (Cost Freight Insurance).
– There is 50% Duty payable for alcohol while 100% for cigarettes.
Yes, this is possible for all merchandise that can be distinguished as well as goods that have a serial number. However, there is no temporary entry for auto spare parts, tires, batteries and other consumables.
1. A bill of lading is a document issued by a carrier acknowledging that specified goods have been received on board as cargo for conveyance to a named place for delivery to the consignee who is usually identified.
2. It is considered to be an evidence of the content of contract concluded between the shipper and the carrier since the bill includes all the special provisions agreed upon between the shipper and the carrier on the transport and delivery of the cargo to the intended destination.
3. It is considered to be an ownership document of the cargo indicated herein since it is the party that issues the bill of lading on behalf of the owner and it can accordingly endorse it to any other parties within certain condition and can be used as a guarantee to get bank facilit
The types of Customs Declarations are:
- Temporary Admission
- Free Zones