Your car will need to be cleaned and vacuumed thoroughly. New Zealand’s bio security standards are very high.
Ensure that all food stuffs, spills and the like are removed and cleaned.
Check that any plant material and insects or bugs have been […]
So you want to take your car to New Zealand – here is some basic information you will need to know.
There are 2 ways of shipping your car:
Using a RORO (roll on roll off service) – this is […]
It is always recommended that you insure your shipment, but the reality is that you need to consider the value of the goods, the cost of insurance, the risk involved, and any excess charges or restrictions that might apply.
For household […]
Japan has made a name for itself as a nation of quality and innovation and consumers are drawn to premium, high-end goods.
Australia has a free Trade Agreement with Japan, so some commodities are duty free, whilst some are subject to […]
Are you wanting to take your car overseas when you travel?
You may be interested in investigating what a carnet is and how it may be of use to you.
Shipping your car to another country if you are intending to reside […]
In this regard we are supposing you are using a self pack shipping container and it is a full household load – remembering that a container can hold all of the contents for a 3 bedroom house. And the container […]Read More
This information is readily available from Department Of Foreign Affairs and Trade, but most people only hear about our major trade partners, and our balance of trade figures.
Currently, the federal trade minister is Steven Ciobo.
For the year 2016/2017, Australian Exports […]
If you are interested in shipping goods to Canada, then here are a few things to consider.
Australia does not have a free Trade Agreement with Canada, so most commodities are subject to some duties and restrictions – notably wine and […]