Export To Germany By Sea

Export To Germany By Sea

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Looking to export to Germany by sea? TSL helps Australian businesses export goods to Germany with its top-quality logistics service. This merchandise is destined either for sale on the German market or in the wider Eurozone in countries such as the UK, France and Poland.

Freight forwarding is an intricate process made up of hundreds of different links. These join up together, forming a chain that starts the moment your produce leaves its source location in Australia and doesn’t stop until its safe delivery at its German destination. It’s vital that your logistics provider knows what they’re doing – and has great working relationships with those in charge of each section of the chain. With TSL, that’s a given.

Germany Fact File (figures from 2018)
: 82.9 million
Capital: Berlin
Currency: Euro
Location: Europe (bordered with nine other European countries)
Distance from Australia: 13,500km
Major imports: Motor vehicles and car parts, trailers, computers, machinery, chemicals and electrical equipment
Top 3 imports from Australia: Oil seeds, soft oleaginous fruits, coins, precious metal ores and coal
Annual goods imports from Australia
: AU$ 2.7 billion
Total annual goods trade between Australia and Germany: Almost AU$ 17.8 billion
Germany’s top import source countries: China, The Netherlands and the United States
Free Trade Agreement with Australia? Find out the latest here
Major ports: Hamburg, Bremen, Bremerhaven and Emden

Goods Export: Australia To Germany

Merchandise entering Germany via boat will usually arrive into the Port of Hamburg. This huge port located on the River Elbe receives a phenomenal 8,000 ship calls per year. It is equipped to receive all types of shipment including RoRo, bulk, breakbulk and container. Typically, ocean transit between Australia and Europe takes around 42 days.

TSL’s Sea Freight Services To Germany

When you export to Germany by sea with TSL, you’re benefitting from decades of experience and expertise in the logistics industry. Our teams are equipped and ready to handle any eventuality during the transportation of your goods. Collecting, carrying and delivering your goods safely involves several separate tasks and stages that contribute to the full operation. Some of the subtasks we may organise are hiring a machine surveyor, carrying out shipping consultations on transport methods, packing, labelling, steam cleaning, applying for oversize permits and escort services, arranging special equipment for loading and unloading oversized items and requesting release after unlawful seizure by overseas customs.

TSL’s Air Freight Services To Germany

You may assume that ocean transportation is the best option for you. However, our professionals will make an assessment of your needs and your consignment and may recommend you export goods to Germany by air instead. This may be due to time restrictions, with air freight services to Germany taking a maximum of just 6 days (compared to 42 by ocean). Or it could be because of difficulties or delays associated with clearing items through certain ports in Australia or Europe. In some cases, the overseas buyer will specify that they prefer that you employ air freight services to Germany over ocean transportation methods.

What TSL Will Do For You

-Find the most cost-efficient way for you to export goods to Germany
-Strike deals with air and sea carriers in order to trim down rates for your business
-Cater specifically for your company’s requirements

More About Goods Exports Australia to Germany

Austrade’s Guide to Exporting has lots of useful tips for those who wish to carry out goods exports Australia to Germany.

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