Goods Export Australia To Indonesia

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Here at TSL Australia we have one mission: to get your consignment from Australia to Indonesia (or anywhere else you need it sent) as fast as we can. We can provide a fully comprehensive freight forwarding service including customs clearance, inland travel, packing, distribution and warehousing. TSL is here to organise shipping to Indonesia with sea freight or air freight. We look forward to working with you and your company.

Why Export To Indonesia?

Indonesia has an enormous population of around 260 million, and is the largest economy in southeast Asia. Around 45 million belong to its consuming classes – this is a significant number of people who may be interested in buying goods and services from overseas. Indonesia’s annual growth rate is around 5% and its population is growing rapidly, with more and more urban dwellers requiring imported items each year.

You can find out more about goods exports from Australia to Indonesia from the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade).
Indonesia Fact File
– Capital city: Jakarta
– Composition: More than 17,500 islands
– Top trading partners: China, the US and Japan
– Key imports: Refined petroleum, crude petroleum, phones, vehicle parts and wheat
– Key imports from Australia: Wheat, crude petroleum, live animals, sugar, molasses and honey
– Yearly merchandise trade with Australia: A$11.1 billion (2016-17)

Less Export Tariff: Australia To Indonesia

The great news is that because of the, AANZFTA, the economic partnership agreement between Australia and Indonesia, which came into force in 2009, the import and export tariffs you pay when transferring goods to Indonesia are lower – and often non-existent.

The AANZFTA opened up a dynamic Asian market to Australian businesses, because it meant there was less export tariffs from Australia to Indonesia when bringing goods into this country. In order to benefit from preferential tariffs, your products must comply with the agreement’s Rules of Origin. This means they need to be accompanied by a COO (Certificate of Origin) from an authorising body such as the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry or the Australian Industry Group.

Shipping To Indonesia Sea Freight

Ocean freight is the cheapest way of carrying out goods export Australia to Indonesia and takes around 16 and 22 days. Transporting goods the 3,500km between these two countries via the sea is ideal if your cargo is particularly heavy or bulky.

Shipping To Indonesia Air Freight

A faster alternative to shipping to Indonesia with sea freight is sending your goods in a plane. Air freight is ideal if your cargo is not too heavy or large. If you import by air from Australia to Indonesia, transit time is usually between one and seven days.