If your business activity requires you to import goods from Indonesia into Australia, you need to find a freight forwarding company you can depend on. Exporting from Indonesia requires high precision, top-level organizational skills, and competence in order to ensure your consignments reach Australia safely – and in the least time possible. TSL has all the facilities, contacts and professionalism to be able to deliver an 100% reliable and great-value service. This includes all types of freight forwarding, including air and sea freight imports from Indonesia</strong to Australia.
Exporting From Indonesia
Total two-way trade between Indonesia and Australia for merchandise was estimated at A$11.1 billion in 2016-17. Indonesia’s top trading partner is China, which received around 11.6% of Indonesian exports during that year. The US is Indonesia’s second biggest trading partner, receiving around 11.2% of Indonesian exports. Japan was third; this country received about 11.1% of Indonesian exports. Australia is Indonesia’s 12th biggest trading partner for exports, receiving approximately 2.2% of Indonesian exports (A$4.5 billion) for 2016-17. To find out more about Australia’s trade relationship with Indonesia, this report from the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is a useful place to start.
Free Trade Agreement
When exporting from Indonesia to Australia, it is likely your goods will benefit from the AANZFTA, the free trade agreement between Australia/NZ and the countries in the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations). Thanks to this agreement, many import tariffs for goods entering Australia from Indonesia have been removed completely. These tariffs apply to both air and sea freight from Indonesia.
To find out how much you will pay when exporting a certain product from Indonesia to Australia, you can use the Australian Government’s Free Trade Agreement Portal. With this tool, you need to enter your item into the search engine and add the countries you are importing from/exporting to. You’ll then be given the tariff you will pay on arrival into the country you have selected.
Air Freight Import From Indonesia To Australia
Exporting from Indonesia via the sky is the quickest way of getting it here – Indonesia is more than 3,500km from Australian shores. Airfreight imports from Indonesia to Australia take around 1-7 days with TSL Australia and are more costly than freight sent via the ocean. Airfreight Australia is the best transportation method to use if you have an unlimited budget. This transportation method is best used for cargo that is on the lighter side and does not take up too much space.
Sea Freight Import From Indonesia To Australia
Boats are, of course, much slower than planes, but there are a number of advantages of sending your precious cargo via the sea. For a start, sea freight imports are cheaper than air freight imports from Indonesia to Australia. This mode of transport is especially well suited to consignments that are bulky, heavy or oversized. Sea freight from Indonesia to Australia typically takes between 16 and 22 days.