Import To Indonesia By Sea
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Are you looking to import to Indonesia by sea? Need a freight forwarder to take charge of the important stuff for you? You’re in the right place. TSL Australia can provide great-value and highly efficient freight forwarding services for any business carry out a goods import from Australia to Indonesia. Our comprehensive range of activities covers the whole gamut, from packing to distribution and from warehousing to customs clearance.
Goods Import from Australia To Indonesia
If you’re an Australian business on the lookout for new markets for goods exports, why not consider the biggest country in southeast Asia? Indonesia’s annual growth rates are around 5% per year, and it’s expected that the country will be the fourth largest economy in the world by 2050. It has a huge population – almost 260 million – and those who import goods to Indonesia can market their products to a consuming class of around 45 million.
Free Trade Agreement
The ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Agreement (AANZFTA) is an agreement between Australia/New Zealand and the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations). It has eliminated many import tariffs for trade between these countries since it came into force in 2009. If you want to discover what tariff you will pay when importing a certain product into Indonesia from Australia, you can use the Australian Government’s Free Trade Agreement Portal.
Ocean Freight Services To Indonesia
Want to import to Indonesia by sea? Shipping via the ocean is a fantastic option for businesses who are not limited for time. TSL can provide great-value, reliable ocean freight services to Indonesia. We can organise packing, inland travel, customs clearance, warehousing/storage and distribution both in Australia and Indonesia. If you need to import to Indonesia by sea and would like to know more about ocean freight services to Indonesia with TSL, please get in touch on our website or, if you prefer, reach us via phone or email.
How Long Does It Take?
With TSL, you can expect sea freight goods imports from Australia to Indonesia to take between 16 and 22 days. The transit time will generally depend on the following factors:
- Ports of departure/arrival: Shipping from Melbourne or other southern Australian ports will take longer than if your consignment leaves from a northern port in the north, simply because there is more ocean to cover.
- Container type: Sending your cargo in a private shipping container will usually mean it arrives more quickly. Why? Because hiring full container loads (FCLs) means your cargo will be subject to fewer delays than if it shares less than container loads (LCLs) with other consignments.
- Cargo type: Certain items will be subject to stricter and lengthier customs checks when they arrive into Indonesia.
- Weather conditions: These can affect the vessel’s departure from Australia, its progression when out at sea and its arrival into Indonesia.