Export To Germany
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If you’re looking to expand your network and sell products in Europe, why not export to Germany? This European country is the fourth largest economy in the world and the strongest in the (EU) European Union – it could mean great things for your business. If you’re looking to secure low-cost sea freight to Germany with a reputable and reliable logistics company, get in touch with one of our team today. We’ll organise every aspect of the freight forwarding process on your behalf.
Export To Germany With TSL
Perhaps you need us for a factory relocation to Europe, a one-off job to shift a fleet of agricultural machinery or a new venture to market products to German consumers on a regular basis. Whatever your reason to export goods to Germany, you won’t be alone – the merchandise trade between Australia and Germany is worth almost $17.8 billion.
The top 3 Australian exports into Germany are oilseeds & oleaginous fruits, coins, and precious metal ores – but there’s plenty of potential to export goods from other industries too. For more information on Germany’s market profile, please see this information compiled by Austrade.
Low-cost Sea Freight To Germany
Hamburg Port is the main seaport in Germany – it’s likely your goods will arrive there before being forwarded by road or rail to their end destination within Germany or the wider European zone. Ocean transit from Australia to Germany takes around 42 days – not bad considering there’s 13,500km to cover!
TSL has fantastic relationships shipping lines throughout the world, and as such we can trim down prices and secure you great deals on low-cost sea freight to Germany. Hamburg Sud, Hapag Lloyd and BBC Chartering are three of the main companies dealing with sea freight between Australia and Europe.
Low-cost Air Freight To Germany
Depending on the type of consignment you are sending, air transportation may be preferable to ocean freight forwarding. It could be that your European buyer has already specified that they’d prefer you to export to Germany by air. Shipping and flight schedules may also affect which transit method best suits your needs.
Whatever your requirements, TSL will discuss your options with you. We’ll use our experience and relationships with top logistics facilitators to secure you great deals on freight flights. Air freight between Australia and Germany can take between 1 and 6 days depending on the availability of direct flights.
Pay Less Export Tariff: Australia to Germany
Germany is a member of the European Union (EU) and as such is subject to the laws of the trade agreements put in place by it. Any business or individual exporting from a non-EU country such as Australia must therefore comply with the legislation and regulations put in place by this single market.
In June 2018, negotiations began for a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Australia and the EU. An FTA with the EU would mean less export tariff from Australia to Germany, thereby opening up a huge market for Australian services and goods. These discussions were still underway at the time of writing. For the latest information on the deal, please check with the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.